12539Re: New Panoramas for critique
- Sep 1, 2007--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Carel <cs@...> wrote:
> Hi Mahmood,
> I think you files will be much smaller if you restrict sharpening to
> that will really benefit from it. Viewing the panos from a pcwithout video
> card, I see a lot of "shimmering" (which is usually caused bysharpening) on
> the water and ground. Your file size will be greatly reduced if youleave
> those areas unsharpened. I also always leave the sky unsharpened.http://www.nabble.com/New-Panoramas-for-critique-tf4364550.html#a12441913
> Carel Struycken
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> Sent from the PanoToolsNG mailing list archive at Nabble.com.Thanks Carel for your advise.
It actually makes sense not to use sharpening on water and sky, a very
good point that can both lower the shimmering when moving on some
computers and reduce the file size. I have to put it into practice to
see how much extra time it would take to exclude sky/water and how
much it reduces the size.
The shimmering problem is something that I don't see at all on my
computer when using DevalVR and just a little when using QT, only when
I move the panorama but I can imagine that it can be a bigger problem
on some systems.
I will definitely use your advise in some of (if not all of) my future
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