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Friday, August 8th 2014, 10:07pm

pano orientation "header" in VIEW parameters

Hi,
I would like to have a command in the parameters of the VIEW who would allow an adjustment of the North between panos; so that all the panos of the virtual tour were directed in the same direction; so that we can apply the KEEPVIEW command and look in the same direction when passing between panos.
It is not enough to begin to take the first shoot of the pano, in the direction of the North. Because of the numerous installations, inside the buildings, the North often goes astray. The configuration of the panoramic head with regard to the North is not precise. An adjustment by means of the script, during the editing would facilitate the task. A kind of " header ", as for the radar, but applicable to the pano orientation inside the virtual tour.
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Hub

Here you are an exemple to show for what kind of presentation may it be used: http://www.annecypanoramique.com/EXEMPLES/PAN-GATO/
Try to keep the horizontal lines parallel to the screen, then, click the next hotspot and go ahead. I would like to find all horizontal lines of the new centering in the next pano in the same parallel position.

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Saturday, August 9th 2014, 5:01pm

Use prealign for this.

set(image.prealign,'0|0|0')

180 degrees

set(image.prealign,'0|180|0')

Or stick it in the <image /> tag

Then hlookat/vlookat will still be 0 and keepview will work.
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Saturday, August 9th 2014, 9:10pm

Thank you Sacha,
The solution that you propose works fine.
Best regards,
Hub