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The Nadir is streched to a line in [[Equirectangular Projection]] hence it is hard to edit it directly. However, a [[Rectilinear Projection|rectilinear]] view can be [[Extracting and inserting rectilinear Views|extracted]] for editing.  
 
The Nadir is streched to a line in [[Equirectangular Projection]] hence it is hard to edit it directly. However, a [[Rectilinear Projection|rectilinear]] view can be [[Extracting and inserting rectilinear Views|extracted]] for editing.  
  
The Nadir usually gives much more problems than the Zenith because there either is a tripod to cover or there are [[Parallaxe]] errors to edit. An usual way to solve this problem is to use [[Tutorials|Tripod Caps]].
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The Nadir usually gives much more problems than the Zenith because there either is a tripod to cover or there are [[Parallaxe]] errors to edit. An usual way to solve this problem is to use [[Tutorials#Tripod_Caps|Tripod Caps]].

Revision as of 18:39, 9 April 2005

The point directly below the person viewing or below the camera. The opposite (above) point is named Zenith.

The Nadir is streched to a line in Equirectangular Projection hence it is hard to edit it directly. However, a rectilinear view can be extracted for editing.

The Nadir usually gives much more problems than the Zenith because there either is a tripod to cover or there are Parallaxe errors to edit. An usual way to solve this problem is to use Tripod Caps.