Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Is There Market Demand For An iOS Panorama Player API?
- View SourceOn Sat, 19 Mar 2011 01:28:18 +0900, dduuggllaa <douglass.turner@...>
>Oh dear. That puts a whole extra step in the preparation process for
>> Doug, you might want to build your app around the very popular Dropbox
>> app, which already provides the synching functions. They list lots of
>> apps that use it. I do, and would be one of the first customers for
>> what you are Aldo are discussing.
>> Roger W.
>> Work: www.adex-japan.com
> You read my mind Roger ;-) That is exactly what I intend to do. One
> issue I want to bring up is panorama format and file size. At least in
> the initial version I will support only cubic format - left/right,
> top/bottom, front/back - with a maximum cubic face size of ~1900 px.
> Currently on iOS the maximum GL texture size is 2048x2048 so we don't
> have a lot of GL texture memory to play with. I assume this is a
> non-issue since everyone has a copy of CubicConverter and
> Imagemagick/Photoshop on their PC/Mac to prep the files.
me. I would far prefer just to use the 360x180 rectilinear JPEG files.
Is that so much more difficult? Of the programs you mention, I only
have PhotoShop, and have never come across a cubic format converter in it.
(But then, what do I know?)