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Asperix

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Friday, November 27th 2009, 6:49pm

My first experience from Italy

Hello everyone, i introduce myself with my first experience with Krpano.

-> Santuario Tindari <-

I like many of your comments and suggestions.

(sorry for my english)

ByeBye
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Friday, November 27th 2009, 7:23pm

Hi Asperix,

B R A V O ... B R A V Í S I M O

Can this be done better than it is *question* *rolleyes*
It is obvious you have a lot of knowledge about panos *thumbup* ... and about Krpano also *thumbsup* ...

Well Done.

SAlut.

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Friday, November 27th 2009, 7:37pm

Very nice! And such a beautifull church as well!

Bravo!
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Friday, November 27th 2009, 8:16pm

Thanks !!!!! there are two days work! not know well Krpano

You have seen autotour?

Yes I have a little experience with pano2vr, now I'm testing Krpan, very difficult but very very powerful.

Let me know if you run smoothly.

thanks byebye
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Friday, November 27th 2009, 8:34pm

I liked the autotour setup. Very cool that it is optional. I would have liked to zoom in a bit more, but it is nice as is.

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Friday, November 27th 2009, 9:01pm

Hi,

I agree with jarredja ;-) :

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I would have liked to zoom in a bit more, but it is nice as is.
Perhaps you would use maxpixelzoom instead of fovmin to limit the zoom...

<view
<!--fovmin ="80.000000"-->
maxpixelzoom = "1.0"
fovmax ="100.000000"
/>

SAlut.

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Friday, November 27th 2009, 9:26pm

Modified in maxpixelzoom = "1.0"

thanks for the advice.

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Saturday, November 28th 2009, 1:11pm

BEAUTIFULL!!

maybe customize the loader a bit...

Source code

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<!--
loopings(color,points,size,bigpoint,smallpoint,
         glowcolor,glowwidth,xpos,ypos)
	
	
	color = color of points, default=0xFFFFFF (=white)
points = number of points, default=15
size = radius of looping wheel, default=15 (=white)
bigpoint = size of biggest point, default=0 (=automatic)
smallpoint = size of smallest point, default=0 (=automatic)
glowcolor = color of glow, default=0xFFFFFF (=white)
glowwidth = width of glow, default=8
xpos = position on screen (0..1), default=0.5 (=center)
ypos = position on screen (0..1), default=0.5 (=center)
			
			-->
			
    
			<progress showwait="loopings(0xFFD800,15,30,10,10,0xFFFFFF,0,0.9,0.5)"/>
		 
		

	<progress showload="none" />



or so...

very nice!!

Tuur
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Saturday, November 28th 2009, 4:36pm

Thanks Tuur for the advice I can just do some testing.

I wanted to ask there is a tripod to make panoramas inside the machines? There is a particular technique? I saw a car on your site is perfect.

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Saturday, November 28th 2009, 5:03pm

Hi Asperix,

about the car... it's a horizontal pano... i explain:

i have a thing so that i can make the stand horizontal.. i clambed it to the window of the car.. so the zenith (top) shot is direction the other door and not to the top...

the last shot is made from the other side...

I use PT GUI and then you can easily change the pano to the state as it is normal

http://public.fotki.com/haroldro/360-pan…o/04810028.html

search also for this post on the forum: JODEL 113 : visit of a private plane on an airport in Savoy (France)

or horizontal pano

that will make things clear..

(Thanks to Karine (MA) Phill, mr Jung and others for the info)

Cheers

Tuur *thumbsup*

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Sunday, November 29th 2009, 1:36am

Hi Asperix,

The autotour is really great of course.... but it is long and slow... that is adequate for what we are seeing of course, but when the visitor wants to interact, the autotour stops playing and after some inactivity, plays again from the BEGINNING... It would be better if it plays at the point it was stopped, don't you think so?

Look at this thread to see a way to do it: Auto Tour with user control and resume?

Hopes this can be of interest ;-) .

SAlut.

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Sunday, November 29th 2009, 11:55am

Excellent michel ...
I still have to study ;)

try to understand how it works ...thanks
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