panorama software,virtual tour software
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2010-05-29
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newbie help

Can anyone please help me?

I purchased a PW Pro 6 a while ago now and am still trying to get a perfect 360 panorama.

My equipment is Nikon D200, Sigma 8mm F4, Nodal ninja 3, NN Ez leveller II, PW Pro 6 on a iMac.

I am taking 6 images to make my 360 tour, but can never seem to get a perfect stitch, can anyone help?
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Nikon D200 | Nikon 10.5mm | NN3 Mk2 | Panoweaver 6 Pro | PTgui | CS5 | Aperture 3
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2010-05-29
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Can you post a stitched 360 that you are having problems with so we can see.
I don't use that lens but the compatibility page says you should be shooting 4 "drum" images.
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2010-06-01
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Hi Jerry,

Thanks for your reply.

I have tried shooting 4 images and 8 images with no luck but 6 seems to be able to stitch(well sort of... :-o)

I have sent a stitched 360 to your email address as I cant seem to attach an image on here.(hope thats ok).

The settings at Lower rail - 61 / Upper rail 87.

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Nikon D200 | Nikon 10.5mm | NN3 Mk2 | Panoweaver 6 Pro | PTgui | CS5 | Aperture 3
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2010-06-03
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You equipment is Nikon D200, Sigma 8mm F4, Nodal ninja 3, NN Ez leveller II, PW Pro 6 on a iMac  So you will shoot the 4 or 6(top+buttom) shots drum images. 6 shots will produce better effect.

I wonder if your source images are too large to exceed 8000, if your images exceed 8000, you had better "slice display" your images in the paublish settings when you publish your panoramas. You can try it !


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