Re: New App?
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Sacha Griffin" <sachagriffin@...> wrote:
>then you can't look straight up or down (without loading 4 video files which either won't work well or will be too intensive for the client computer). i would consider that a major drawback. 1-dimensional panning of a pano is, well, 1-dimensional. Even if there is a nadir hole, it is still nice to have the perspective of looking down (and up).
> An interesting idea.
> It brings up the question of why are 360 videos solutions are stitched.
> Who really cares? Why not forget about the nodal point, and use better
> cameras with a stitchless method.
> When someone pans to the edge of the frame, swap video.
for cylindrical pano videos, yes, this would be good.
"where half of the video is
crowd or wall." a crowd, for me, is usually a lot more interesting than a wall!! But i see what you're getting at. Sure, most things don't really need a 360video. Just like most movies don't need to be shot in 3D.