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PTEditor is a [[Java]] based tool that displays a spherical panorama much the same way as [[PTViewer]]. It runs on any OS that has [[Java]] installed. If you want to start PTEditor by double click make sure [[JAR]] files are linked to the [[Java]] Virtual Machine.
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PTEditor is a [[Java]] based tool that displays a spherical panorama much the same way as [[PTViewer]]. It runs on any OS that has [[Java]] and a panotools library (pano12 or libpano12, depending on OS) installed - this currently precludes native OSX support. If you want to start PTEditor by double click make sure [[JAR]] files are linked to the [[Java]] Virtual Machine.
  
Amongst other functions PTEditor provides a very convenient way to extract partial [[Rectilinear Projection|rectilinear]] views from spherical panoramas and insert them again after having edited them. PTEditor loads [[equirectangular]] panorama files in [[JPEG]], [[PNG]], [[TIFF]] or [[BMP]] format.  
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Amongst other functions PTEditor provides a very convenient way to extract partial [[Rectilinear Projection|rectilinear]] views from [[spherical]] panoramas and insert them again after having edited them. PTEditor loads [[equirectangular]] panorama files in [[JPEG]], [[PNG]], [[TIFF]] or [[BMP]] format.  
  
 
There is a nice Tutorial on [[How to use PTEditor]] and another one on [[How to allocate enough RAM for PTEditor]] on Windows.
 
There is a nice Tutorial on [[How to use PTEditor]] and another one on [[How to allocate enough RAM for PTEditor]] on Windows.

Latest revision as of 08:22, 10 March 2008

PTEditor is a Java based tool that displays a spherical panorama much the same way as PTViewer. It runs on any OS that has Java and a panotools library (pano12 or libpano12, depending on OS) installed - this currently precludes native OSX support. If you want to start PTEditor by double click make sure JAR files are linked to the Java Virtual Machine.

Amongst other functions PTEditor provides a very convenient way to extract partial rectilinear views from spherical panoramas and insert them again after having edited them. PTEditor loads equirectangular panorama files in JPEG, PNG, TIFF or BMP format.

There is a nice Tutorial on How to use PTEditor and another one on How to allocate enough RAM for PTEditor on Windows.