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Sep 23, 2010 14:28 |  #1

Ok my client went from nice images of the showflat to interactive QTRV in a week so now i have to produce these qt files before 5th of october ( 4 showflats with 3-5bedrooms ) that you can drag the mouse and see the whole room. I am **** out of luck for two reasons - I sold my sigma 12-24mm.

Also Id like to hear what people are using to generate these files. I shot a room at 45 degrees - 8 shots and then 8 shots up and another 8 shots down. all in all I have 24 images to produce the file but WITH WHAT :)

please help it is very URGENT.

cheers!!!!


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Sep 23, 2010 15:19 |  #2

Well, I don't have any experience with that, I'm not a real estate photographer, so can't help -- sorry!

But I've noticed a Real Estate photography thread in the Urban photo sharing section -- you might check there and ask the folks for advice! Check it out:

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=902973


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Sep 23, 2010 15:59 |  #3

thanks im trying there as well....

pls pls anyone... :)


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Sep 23, 2010 18:16 |  #4

I use Pano2VR... I have no Idea how it stacks up against the competition but it works for me.


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Sep 23, 2010 20:11 |  #5

I use PTGui to generate an equirectangular (360°x180°) pano. Once that pano is made, PTGui has a tool that will convert it to a QTVR. For example, here is a equirectangular pano I shot:

IMAGE: http://kirkt.smugmug.com/Photography/Photo-of-the-Day/krpano/1019756786_6W7qS-X3.jpg

Here is the default dialog in PTGui to convert it to a QTVR:

IMAGE: http://kirkt.smugmug.com/Photography/Photo-of-the-Day/panodialog/1019756766_Z97fv-X3.jpg

And here is a link to download the resulting 8MB QTVR (the original pano is ~12k pixels wide x ~6k pixels tall):

https://files.me.com/k​irkthibault/q4p457.mov (external link)

Hope this helps. Pano2VR also works well, but if you already use PTGui, you can use the tools you already have.

I started using krpano recently - it is more versatile than the above and generates multi-resolution Flash/HTML in addition to a bunch of other features. Here a rough, early pano I made with krpano:

http://web.me.com …bault/Site/log_​cabin.html (external link)

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