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Thread: First Attempt in fullscreen 360 Pano.

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    wah!
    amazing ..

    just like in a 3D game

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    nice shot ys! i love it!
    San Francisco Bay Area California Wedding Photographer
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaystudio
    Bugis Junction. My first attempt to do a fullscreen spherical panorama, you can pan fully up, down and all around
    http://www.bigdaystudio.com/Panobugis.mov

    You need quicktime to view the above.

    http://www.bigdaystudio.com/bugis/index_xml.html (Using Java, no need quicktime)

    ys
    YS, the full screen toggle with the Java viewer is terrific.

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    Default Another 360pano but...

    here is another one but lousy weather. Boring sky.
    http://www.bigdaystudio.com/esplanade.mov

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    can sell to STB.
    may I know what software you used? is it freeware? if must buy, from where & how much?
    thanks.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee
    can sell to STB.
    may I know what software you used? is it freeware? if must buy, from where & how much?
    thanks.
    Doubt so easy as they will tell you to wait for request to submit tender...


    anyway there are plenty of professional pano photographers/company so tough..

    I use PTgui just key in control points. Its only US$49.00 so its one of the most affordable but not easy to use. Another one is Realviz stitcher.. this one is easier but i think it very costly. You can also try panoweaver.

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    where can i buy PTgui?
    thanks.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    you can down it from www.ptgui.com
    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee
    where can i buy PTgui?
    thanks.

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