Re: Dimensions limit on Quick Time output
- Hi Hans,
downloaded krpano...following the tutorial for mac I was able to create an html output of a low resolution version of the spherical pano. It's just 26000x13000.
How can I use the kmakemultires droplet with the full resolution panorama, 110000x55000px, given that I can't save it either in jpeg or tiff?
Thank you for your help,
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Hans Nyberg" <hans@...> wrote:
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "marlanit" <marlan@> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Is there any limit in output dimensions, that you know of, creating a QT strait of PTGui?
> > I have a spherical panorama of an apse almost 110.000x55.000px... using the full resolution I got an error.
> > So, what's the limit I might safely use?
> That depends on how you want to use it.
> If you want to use it on your own High end computer with Lots of Ram you might be able to create and see a QTVR from a 40000x20000.
> I just tried to do one with Pano2VR and it did make the movie but the movie could not be seen in Quicktime or my browser. Even if I have much more Ram than needed.
> A 24000x12000 gives you a 6000x6000 cubefaces QTVR. It uses 1,2 GB when you view it.
> For use to an average viewer who just have max 1 GB Ram you need to use maximum around 4000x4000 cubefaces
> This is the same also for most Flash viewers.
> Currently the only viewer which can show a Gigapixel panorama as a perspective corrected spherical is the KRPano viewer www.krpano.com
> Also Microsoft HDView has similar features but it is only Windows.
> KRpano uses a special system similar like Zoomify to load only the visible areas into the browser.
> The largest one shown until now is the Yosemite panorama which is 65536 x 32768 ~ 2 Gigapixel