You can also use the Deval viewer... it's what I use.
I also found a rather strange behavior... iTunes will play QTVR. Quicktime
won't... but iTunes will.
Running Win7 64-bit.
On Fri, Dec 25, 2009 at 12:26 PM, Ken Warner <kwarner000@...> wrote:
> I'm not certain exactly what you want to do. You can preview your pano
> using FSPViewer by Tools -> Viewers -> Uncheck Use QuicTime player
> and Browsing to the location for FSPViewer for Equirectangular JPEG
> also works for TIFF)
> But to preview .mov that PTGui makes with W7 64 -- I don't know how to
> do that. I suppose you will have to use a Flash viewer that is compatible
> with .mov movies like fpp or CuTy or some other viewer. And I don't know
> how to make PTGui use that as a previewer.
> But for preview purposes, there should be no difference. And if you follow
> the directions above, you will be able to *PREVIEW* your pano.
> I CC'ed the list because someone else might know how to do what you want.
> Hakan Durgut wrote:
> > Hi Ken, I've tried
> > http://www.fsoft.it/panorama/FSPViewer.htm<
> > it only opens the equirectengular pics, I need something that would
> > associate my .mov files ( spherical 360 ) and play them instead of
> > quicktime.. Everytime I click on PTGui "preview it creates a small pano
> > then tries to open quicktime which wouldnt work ..
> > do you know any solution for that
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