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== Project Page ==
 
== Project Page ==
[http://www.fsoft.it/panorama/fspviewer.htm FSPViewer]
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For full information or download go to [http://www.fsoft.it/panorama/fspviewer.htm FSPViewer]
  
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
a fast viewer for local, high resolution panoramic images.
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A fast viewer for local, high resolution panoramic images.<BR>
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From the Project Website:<BR>
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FSPViewer is designed for viewing local (hard-disk, network or CD) high resolution panoramic images at full screen and with very high image quality. It uses advanced [[interpolation]] algorithms to show you smooth images without losing sharpness. </i>
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== Platform ==
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Windows Only
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== Some Comments from a user ==
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FSP is my "program of choice" for viewing of full and partial panoramas on my PC.<BR>
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The Good things:<BR>
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FSP Viewer includes a simple script language that can use and create auto scrolling, limitations on pano field of view, hotspotscreating a using the inst
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The only disadvantage I can think of:
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By default images are assumed to be full 360 deg panoramas with the horizon at mid line (ie a "pure" pano imapge). Tthis means that partial panoramas look a little strange, but they are still very viewable. With a little work even partial panoramas can look good too by following the instructions.
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[[Category:Software:Platform:Windows]]

Latest revision as of 20:50, 16 August 2006

Project Page

For full information or download go to FSPViewer

Description

A fast viewer for local, high resolution panoramic images.
From the Project Website:
FSPViewer is designed for viewing local (hard-disk, network or CD) high resolution panoramic images at full screen and with very high image quality. It uses advanced interpolation algorithms to show you smooth images without losing sharpness.

Platform

Windows Only

Some Comments from a user

FSP is my "program of choice" for viewing of full and partial panoramas on my PC.
The Good things:
FSP Viewer includes a simple script language that can use and create auto scrolling, limitations on pano field of view, hotspotscreating a using the inst The only disadvantage I can think of: By default images are assumed to be full 360 deg panoramas with the horizon at mid line (ie a "pure" pano imapge). Tthis means that partial panoramas look a little strange, but they are still very viewable. With a little work even partial panoramas can look good too by following the instructions.