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A very new and real promising Windows freeware project by Thomas Rauscher to convert equirectangular (360�x180�) panos to QuickTime cubic movies and link them together to virtual tours.  
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A very new and real promising Windows project by Thomas Rauscher to convert equirectangular (360�x180�) panos to QuickTime cubic movies and link them together to virtual tours.  
  
Features until now (28 Jul 2005):
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Features for the free version until now (18 Sept 2005):
* converting equirectangular to [[QTVR]] (.mov files).
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* converting equirectangular and cylindiric images to [[QTVR]] (.mov files).
 
* converting equirectangular to single cube face files (either [[JPEG]] or [[TIFF]])
 
* converting equirectangular to single cube face files (either [[JPEG]] or [[TIFF]])
 
* setting of [[PTStitcher]] interpolator and interpolator gamma for cube face creation
 
* setting of [[PTStitcher]] interpolator and interpolator gamma for cube face creation
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* setting of most (if not all?) QTVR parameters like f.e. pan, tilt and Field of View defaults and limits, title, description, author, date and time, copyright, source, comment...
 
* setting of most (if not all?) QTVR parameters like f.e. pan, tilt and Field of View defaults and limits, title, description, author, date and time, copyright, source, comment...
  
Pano2QTVR page: http://sinnfrei.at/pano2qtvr/
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The commercial pro version is also able to add additional tracks like [[autorotator]], sound files, images, [[Flash]] movies and other sprites.
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Pano2QTVR page: http://www.pano2qtvr.com/
  
 
[[Category:Software]]  
 
[[Category:Software]]  
 
[[Category:Software:Platform:Windows]]
 
[[Category:Software:Platform:Windows]]

Revision as of 21:59, 18 September 2005

A very new and real promising Windows project by Thomas Rauscher to convert equirectangular (360�x180�) panos to QuickTime cubic movies and link them together to virtual tours.

Features for the free version until now (18 Sept 2005):

  • converting equirectangular and cylindiric images to QTVR (.mov files).
  • converting equirectangular to single cube face files (either JPEG or TIFF)
  • setting of PTStitcher interpolator and interpolator gamma for cube face creation
  • cube face creation with an optional external JPEG compressor
  • assembling single cube face files into a QTVR (.mov file)
  • creating hotspots in an internal hotspot editor using various forms (round, elliptic, rectangle, rounded rectangle, polygon)
  • setting of most (if not all?) QTVR parameters like f.e. pan, tilt and Field of View defaults and limits, title, description, author, date and time, copyright, source, comment...

The commercial pro version is also able to add additional tracks like autorotator, sound files, images, Flash movies and other sprites.

Pano2QTVR page: http://www.pano2qtvr.com/