panorama software,virtual tour software
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2005-04-07
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ANY HELP?

Hello fellow PT'ers,

I may be touching on a subject that was previously brought up. If so..please forgive.

I am looking to slow the speed of my initial pano. All others run at the speed I have specified. Any help would be great.

Regards


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2005-04-20
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Thanks for the replies. Will try that!
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2005-04-08
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ZJoker
You can adjust the speed of the rotation in the "Scene" window (and change direction), under autorotation speed. Or, under the "Movie" screen, create a new Movie and extend the time each scene is in view, from the standard setting under slide show, which is I think 20 seconds to say 30 seconds. Give it a go.
Ajay
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2005-04-08
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Thanks aj,

I have been changing the speed in the scene window, and it works fine for all panos except the first one. It still shoots around pretty fast.

I am not sure I am wanting to create a new movie just to correct one scene. It appears as though movie 1 is locked?...no way to unlock?


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2005-04-09
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you can't unlock movie 1, thats why i suggested you create a new movie, it isn't difficult or time consuming, but does give u extra control.
Don't understand why you are having problems with first scene though. When you are viewing, are you doing so with the movie setting to play automatically or not?
aj
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2005-04-11
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Don't forget that with a right click on the standard movie that u can then copy this movie and the click underneath "Movie1" and paste movie. Now u have the initial movie which you can extend the time for with less hassle. It will mean having to adjust all the time line elements forward a tad so that u keep the general time allotted for the following frames intact, however it's easier and less time consuming then having to create the movie from scratch.
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