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Creating Partial Panoramas (Pano2VR)

This is the documentation for Pano2VR 4. You can find the new documentation for Pano2VR 5 here.

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Partial panorama images have a field of view of less than 360º. They are also called cylindrical panoramas. This article will outline the basic steps in outputting a partial panorama.

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The First Steps[edit]

  1. Import your partial panorama.
  2. If you haven't already done so, choose Select Input from the input section and select Cylinder as the Input Type.
    Select Input dialog
  3. Enter the angle of the image into the Field of View text box. Choose OK when you are done.
  4. In the Viewing Parameters section, you can set a default view and the Zoom limits.
    Viewing Parameters dialog for a Cylindrical Panorama

  5. If you like, you can add hotspots and sound to your project.
  6. Go to the Output section and choose one or more of the following output formats.


Outputting to QuickTime[edit]

  1. Choose QuickTime from the format list and then click Add to open the settings.
  2. Adjust the QuickTime settings just as with a full panorama.

Just a few things to note:


Outputting to Flash[edit]

  1. Choose Flash from the format list in the Output section and click Add to open the settings.
  2. Adjust the Flash settings like you would for a full panorama.

Something to note:


Outputting a Thumbnail[edit]

  1. Choose Transformation from the format list in the Output section and click Add to open the settings.
  2. Adjust the Transformation settings as you would for a full panorama.

A few things to note:


See: 3D Distortion Examples

See also[edit]

Importing an Image (Pano2VR)
Flat Images (Pano2VR)
Flash Output Settings (Pano2VR)
HTML5 Output Settings (Pano2VR)
QuickTime Output (Pano2VR)
Transformation Settings (Pano2VR)