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I wrote a Photoshop action that produces these mirror spheres below out from<br>
 
an equirectangular panorama. As you can see are three sizes available.<br>
 
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[[Image:Mirrorball_small.jpg]] [[Image:Mirrorball_big.jpg]] [[Image:Mirrorball_xxl.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Mirrorball_small.jpg]] [[Image:Mirrorball_big.jpg]] [[Image:Mirrorball_xxl.jpg]]
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Small covers 5% ,Big 8% and XXL 12% of panorama height (equirectangular projection)<br>
 
Below you can see the region that will be covered with the mirrorball.<br>
 
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[[Image:Mirrorball_pano.jpg]]
 
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Here the action set in Photoshop:<br>
 
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[[Image:Mirrorball_action.jpg]]<br>
 
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Download the Photoshop action here:
 
[http://www.panotools.info/members/wiki/PeterNyfeler/Cap.atn Cap.atn]<br>
 
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For a flexible nadir cap which can be streched to your needs:
 
[http://www.panotools.info/members/wiki/PeterNyfeler/CapFlex.atn CapFlex.atn]<br>
 
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Don't know how to install a Photoshop action?<br>
 
Take a look at [[How to install actions in Photoshop]]
 
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'''Worklflow'''
 
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1.) Open equirectangular / psphere image in Photoshop<br>
 
2.) Run desired action (small / big / xxl))<br>
 
3.) Save as....<br>
 
4.) Finished<br>
 
 
 
 
[[User:Pitdavos|Peter Nyfeler]] (Pitdavos)
 
 
[[Category:Tutorial]][[Category:Tutorial:Nice to know]]
 

Revision as of 15:40, 9 April 2005

Mirrorball small.jpg Mirrorball big.jpg Mirrorball xxl.jpg