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== 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 22:50, 16 August 2006

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[edit] Project Page

For full information or download go to FSPViewer

[edit] 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.

[edit] Platform

Windows Only

[edit] 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.

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