On this page we'll see how to edit and debug a sequence of panoramas to discard filming errors.
To edit the new video sequence we can use any image manager such as those normally installed on any computer. For this example we will use Windows Picture And Fax Viewer that comes with Windows XP. To begin, we'll start from the two file folders that we have left at the last step of the previous chapter :
The first step is to remove or change of location of the source files to avoid confusion. We will work only with panoramas created by 0-360 UnWrapper ignoring other files that we have been using so far :
With the help of Windows Picture And Fax Viewer we can see one by one the frames of the sequence being able this way to have complete control over the time when the sequence begins and the time when it ends. This allows us to also delete blurred frames, which appear quite often while photographing parabolic mirrors in open spaces exposed to winds :
Similarly we'll edit the sequence corresponding to the second video file, which is still in a separate folder :
At the end of this step on each folder we have nine hundred panoramas, which projected at a rate of 30 per second mean 30 seconds of video for each shot :
If we have been careful to use consecutive file names both within each folder and related to the file namesin the other folder, we are ready to assemble the 1800 image files in a single folder, in which they will be ordered consecutively as sorted by file name or creation time :
The next step is to match all the panoramas to the same size to prevent gaps when projecting the scenes one after another.
Windows Picture And Fax Viewer
|Plattaforms :||Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8.|
|Languages :||Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian.|
|License :||Included in Windows's installation.|
|Open source :||No.|
|Weight :||428 Kb.|
|Version in tutorial :||-|
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360 Degree Interactive Panoramas
In Three Easy Steps
After reading this tutorial you'll be able to create your first 360 degree interactive photography with the camera you already have :
1 - Photograph
Take one or more pictures of the place you want to show.
2 - Edit
Convert your pictures into 360 degree panoramas.
3 - Publish
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