panorama software,virtual tour software
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2005-01-25
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20 Scene Tour

Greetings All, Here is a 20 scene tour that I am particularly proud of. Just tooting my own horn. Thanks! I love the easypano products (Have all of them!)

David 


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I suppose a link would help...

 

http://www.mlsinfo.info/25649/Tourviewer_VirtualTour11.html

 

;-)


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2005-01-26
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Nice tour but I get jerky movement, not sure why this is?
Terry
Nikon D300(Sept08), Sigma 8mm, agnos short
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2005-01-27
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I think it's due to the amount of images. I've had that issue before when I reach a certain amount of data. It might be worth doing a large tour in two portions... something I've done on a few occaisions. It also means that there is less data to load at one given time.
If I only had an hour to chop down a tree... I'd spend 45 mins sharpening the axe.
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2005-02-22
#5

I had no problem viewing.

One tip. Take 3 min for each pano and remove the tipod and/or tripod shadow. very little effort in Photoshop but makes it just a bit better :-)

Markus


Nikon D70s, Sigma 8 mm, 4 to 12 shots, Agnos MrotatorTShort, PTGui, PS CS3, and lots of other software :-)
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2005-03-10
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davids,

Another tip :) you cand add your own personal floor(logo) on bottom of the image ... but i recomand Photoshop for that, you can convert that image from cylindrical to cubical and set the "floor" in the cubic mode and tranf back. u will gain a better quality of the "logo" not like now and u see that poor gif that damage the total image.