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Samstag, 24. Juni 2017, 05:17

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How to use droplets with pano files that are 360 horizontal but less than 180 vertical?

Nevermind. The droplet asks what type and if you tell it Spherical it will ask for hfov and make the panorama properly. Disregard my post.

Samstag, 24. Juni 2017, 04:40

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How to use droplets with pano files that are 360 horizontal but less than 180 vertical?

I am taking 360 pano pictures with a drone and as such, I do not take zenith pictures. Therefore, my panos are not 360x180 but instead 360x120 (give or take a few degrees). The krpano droplets don't like it when I try to use an image that is not 2:1. PanoTour (which uses krpano as it's foundation) however, detects the dimensions of the picture I give it, and adjusts the vertical FOV automatically instead of just giving me a "pano.tiff is not a 360x180 panorama image!" error like krpano does. Is ...

Donnerstag, 22. Juni 2017, 05:37

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How to add plugins to the .config file

I figured out how to do it. No thanks to you guys For others that may stumble upon this thread in the future here is what I did: I placed the gyro2.js file in a plugins folder. I then copied the following files: MAKE PANO (MULTIRES) droplet.bat and renamed it to MAKE PANO (MULTIRES_GYRO2) droplet.batmultires.config file found in /templates/ and renamed the copy multires_gyro2.configpanoonly.xml and renamed it panoonly_gyro2.xml I then edited MAKE PANO (MULTIRES_GYRO2) droplet.bat to point to mul...

Mittwoch, 21. Juni 2017, 19:45

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Windows 10 - Droplets do not accept panos being dragged onto them

I have Windows 10 and started using krpano just yesterday and dragging and dropping one pano picture (jpg) onto the PANO(NORMAL).bat worked fine. Not sure what could be wrong with your setup but just thought I'd chime in to say that it works for me.

Mittwoch, 21. Juni 2017, 18:35

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How to add plugins to the .config file

I use the gyro2 plugin for all of my 360 panos but it's a pain having to manually add it every time after running the NORMAL.bat file which uses the normal.config file. Is there a way to edit the normal.config file (or a copy of it) so that the .bat file automatically adds the gyro2 plugin to the new directory it creates AND edits the pano.xml file to include the gyro2 plugin activation and settings code? Thanks in advance for your help on this matter.