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Thursday, January 28th 2010, 6:47am

wavy lines in multires

I have a multiresolution spherical pano that I am having some trouble getting straight lines near the zenith. If you look at http://www.xrez.com/krpano/html/chi12.html and tilt up and behind you there is a tower that has very wavy lines. I have tried to change the details in several places in the xml but have not had any luck.

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Thursday, January 28th 2010, 7:18am

your link does not work, but I looked at your chi7 pano and you are using a sphere instead of cubes. Try converting the sphere to cube first then run it through the tools or use the tool: sphere to cube multires and it will do the work for you. Just replace the images and the image code in your xml.

As I understand it cubes, will take out the waves.

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Thursday, January 28th 2010, 8:31am

Hi,

your xml is not valid,
I thinks this comment lines make the problem:

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a xml comment begins with "<!--" and ends with "-->" but
I think there must be 'whitespace' after the beginning and before that end,

about the waves - for spherical panos - only way to improve that would be to increase the details setting...

but I would recommend converting to cube - this will give better quality and better performance,

just try the latest krpano tools, e.g. use the "MAKE PANO (MULTIRES) Droplet", it will automatically
convert the spherical image to a cubical one, and large panos in PSB format are also supported now,

best regards,
Klaus

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Thursday, January 28th 2010, 6:10pm

Thanks Klaus, I didn't realize it would support converting a gigapixel to a cube. I will give it a try!