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Sender:Chris Mason
Date/Time:2000-Jul-11 18:24:52
Subject:RE: Panorama Tools Front End


proj-imim: RE: Panorama Tools Front End Chris Mason 2000-Jul-11 18:24:52
I'd be happy to send you a couple of fisheye lenses from the 990/fisheye to
play with.

Chris Mason
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-----Original Message-----
From: #removed#
[mailto:#removed#]On Behalf Of Joost
Sent: Tuesday, July 11, 2000 8:13 AM
To: Imim-list
Subject: RE: Panorama Tools Front End

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gummy Bear [mailto:#removed#]
> Sent: maandag 10 juli 2000 19:03
> To: Joost Nieuwenhuijse; Imim-list
> Subject: Re: Panorama Tools Front End
> I still had to crop my circular fisheyes.  I guess that would be pretty
> tricky to implement in this program?

Isn't that what the mx and my parameters of PTools are used for?

Otherwise, if the crop is always at the exact same location, I could add a
'crop all images' function, with presettable crop coordinates. What about

Please tell me what would work best, since I'm (still) one of the poor guys
without a fisheye lens, you know..


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