P.S. Waverley - last sea-going paddle steamer tour

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P.S. Waverley - last sea-going paddle steamer tour

Postby calzie » Thu Nov 24, 2011 8:30 am

Hi there

First let me say thank you to all the gnome team for producing this great software, updates and help.

The link is to a imaged mapped tour of the P.S. Waverley, using a modified simplex skin, main output HTML5 with flash fallback.

http://www.360urbex.com/projects.html

Please have a look round and let me know of any bugs or improvements you think would work.

I think for me, it would be good to have some way of controlling the size of the FLASH file used, same way the HTML5 has the mobile tab, as I have to limit the resolution of the FLASH panoramas so that they don't crash smaller Android devices.

Cheers

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Re: P.S. Waverley - last sea-going paddle steamer tour

Postby Svendus » Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:21 pm

Nice work check What's new in PTGui 9.1
many new things that makes stitching easier
how many pictures do you shoot 6 around and 1 up ?
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Re: P.S. Waverley - last sea-going paddle steamer tour

Postby calzie » Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:43 pm

Hi Svendus

Thank you for your comments, there are still a few stitching errors (mostly just zenith) to correct, kids and work get in the way, so hopefully I will get these fixed later, I currently use the latest pro version of PTgui, the masking operation is great.
All of there panoramas were taken from a monopod, needed to be quick and some of the places are quite tight, so they are not as good as steady tripods shots would be, I take 8 going round with bracketed exposure, the nodal ninja head is set -10deg, then one set pointing up and one set hand held looking down. Using the -10deg angle on the main pictures means the nadir hole is very small and con be easily stitched.

I will be adding more projects, already taken and processed, just not done the web page index stuff...

Cheers

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