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2008-02-07
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I think that it would be beneficial for Easypano to develop an application just for this - Convert pano to a high quality DVD output. No other software out there can do this, at least not easily... Looks like they are half way there with what is built into TW already, but I think there is enough demand in the pano world for a stand alone application that will do this for us... Please Easypano listen to us?
Will Best
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2008-02-07
#13

Yes, we all want (or at least we all should) uncompressed .AVI movie output and that way we can deal with the file anyway "we" choose. At the moment it is pretty poor on anything but an old CRT television and even than I wouldn't offer it to a client.

It is Chinese New Year and holiday time in China so don't expect any answers for at least two weeks.

Regards, Smooth


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2008-01-28
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I think the crew at EasyPano need to realize that most of us that use their software are somewhat savvy around computers and they just need to either do away completely with encryption and compression in their software, or at least offer it as an option for us to choose or not to actually use.  Just my $.02 worth.

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2008-01-28
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My APPLE TV is able to read videos produced from TW.

WOW.  Now, me and the 2 other guys on the planet who bought APPLE TV'S can see the videos.

I hope Easypano will add other codec options for maintream users as they are our customers.

 


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2009-01-14
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*BUMP!*

Ijust read a simular question on antoher forum, it seems that avidemux can do the job. I don't have any h264 files here so I can't check it, but it's a free tool so it can't hurt to try it.


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Thanks Vilmer I will take a look.

Regards, Smooth