28th June 2005, 02:14 AM
29th June 2005, 02:32 AM
It really depends on what tools you use. First of all your tripod head will be the most important, you need to be able to rotate your lens where the diafragm is (many lenses have a gold ring at that point). If you take your shots rotating a preset number of degrees every time, it will be easy for your software to join them for you. I used to work creating those VR tours and I used Stitcher 4 to create them. It's made by RealViz. It's pricey but they have a trial version on their website. I'm sure you can find other software, probably some free that does the job but this is what I have experience with. This is their website: http://www.realviz.com/products/st/index.php
Good luck, Gus
29th June 2005, 05:11 AM
If you have loads of QTVR to do, this might be worth a consideration. No stitching needed, they have some samples on their webby as well ...