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  • "VN2009" started this thread

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Saturday, March 21st 2009, 5:57am

to gui or not to gui

that is the question. at first all i ever wanted was a great gui for krpano. i can see the overall benefits of that. on the other hand a gui would almost allow any Tom, Dick and Harry the ability to create nice tours. the easier it is the more people will do it. the more people that can do it the more competition for us tour creators. to create a great tour it does not matter only how good of a photographer you are, you must also be able to read and recreate code in order to make "good" tours. that is a niche not alot of photographers have.

what are your thoughts on this?



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Saturday, March 21st 2009, 7:51am

I agree with you on this - and is why I have never pushed for a gui for any player and why I don`t create panos with pano2vr

there is a place for it but not where most krpano guys are at

On the other hand - its progression, and ignoring it will leave krpano behind (along with us)