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Re: [PanoToolsNG] qtvr2mov - what should I do with the sequence of pictures generated by

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  • Pat Swovelin
    ... Well duh! If you move my reply to a question about Pano2QTVR it ll actually work as described ... but my face will still be *red* from my obvious
    Message 1 of 7 , Jul 27 12:12 AM
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      Ian Wood wrote:
      > Not on Windows it doesn't.... as I don't know enough about
      > controlling QT via the command line on Windows...
      >
      > Virtual Dub is probably your best bet if you don't have access to
      > higher-end video editing software, I keep meaning to update the docs
      > for QTVR2MOV to include a link to it.
      >
      > Ian
      >
      > P.S. It's so nice when everyone else answers questions about your
      > software before you even have a chance to reply!

      Well duh! If you move my reply to a question about Pano2QTVR it'll
      actually work as described ... but my face will still be *red* from my
      obvious inability to read and understand English.

      I've really got to take that ESL class.

      > On 26 Jul 2006, at 11:27, Pat Swovelin wrote:
      >
      >> Andrey Ilyin wrote:
      >>> I've downloaded the demo of qtrv2mov and successfully generated the
      >>> bunch of jpegs - what is the next step on the way to the generating
      >>> video?
      >> Start a new a project and name it. Browse to your equirectangular
      >> pano. Give it an output filename (if different from the project's
      >> name). Click Create Movie.
      >>
      >> It will create the .MOV and open it in Quicktime when it's finished
      >> generating the .MOV file.
      >>
      >> You can fiddle with the settings on the QuickTime Settings tab (and
      >> the
      >> other tabs) but the above steps will give you a spherical pano in
      >> short
      >> order.
      >>
      >>> Sorry my stupidity.




      Pat Swovelin
      Cool Guy @ Large
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