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Thursday, May 5th 2016, 12:48pm

convert pano tiles to spherical image

Hello

Is there a tool to convert pano tiles to spherical image?

Any input would be depreciated.
Thank you !

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Thursday, May 5th 2016, 1:31pm

have you tried the "Convert CUBE to SPHERE" droplet provided with the KRpano suite?

I used to use a application on OSX called "cubic converter", but that was PPC, not Intel..

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Friday, May 6th 2016, 11:44am

Hey Timescale

Thank you for your reply. Sorry I was not clear.

My problem is I don't have the original spherical images, I only have the pano files created by krpano. What I would like to do is convert the pano file back to spherical images.


Thank you again.


Please let me know if there is any ticks or tool that can do this?


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Friday, May 6th 2016, 1:35pm

Your generated pano, is it a multi-res panorama?

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Saturday, May 7th 2016, 9:56am

Hi,

first 're-tile' the largest level from each cube faces and then use the cube-to-sphere droplet.

See here for 're-tile':
http://krpano.com/tools/kmaketiles/#retile

Get the tiles placeholder url syntax from the xml file.

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Saturday, May 7th 2016, 12:30pm

็Hi Timescale
Thank you again for your reply.

Yes I did multi res.

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Saturday, May 7th 2016, 12:36pm

Hi Klaus,

Thank you for your feed back.

I did try to do what you have written but could not figure out. Don't even know where to start.

Could please you run me through the process?

Thank you!
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Saturday, May 7th 2016, 12:36pm

็Hi Timescale
Thank you again for your reply.

Yes I did multi res.
See the message above from Klaus for a solution. The documentation he provided should be enough to figure it out.

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Wednesday, May 11th 2016, 7:53am

Hi Klaus,

Still couldn't figure this out. Looked through the forum but all were intermediate to advance versions.

Could you give me some tips.

To Start were can I find the krpanotools Maketiles Tool?

Thank you

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Tuesday, July 12th 2016, 3:25pm

Hi,

I have tiles named like this:

l1_b_0101.jpg
l1_d_0101.jpg
l1_f_0101.jpg
l1_l_0101.jpg
l1_r_0101.jpg
l1_u_0101.jpg

I can't figure out the right syntax.

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./kmaketiles l1_b_%0v%0h.jpg retiled.tif 0

doesn't work, just like

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./kmaketiles l1_%_%0v0h.jpg retiled.tif 0

or anything else I tried. I always get this:
ERROR: unable to open inputimage l1_%_%0v0h.jpg

What´s my mistake?
0100011101101100011001010110100101100011 0110100000100000011010110110110001100001 0111010001110011011000110110100001110100 0110010101110100001011000010000001001010 0111010101101110011001110110010100101110 0010000001000101011000110110100001110100 0010000001101010011001010111010001111010 0111010000101110

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Monday, July 18th 2016, 9:35pm

Hi,

you would need to provide additional information about the (retiled-)source image via the 'insize' and 'intilesize' (and optionally also 'inindexbase') parameters.

E.g. if the source image was 1000x1000 before the tiling and the tilesize was 512 use this call:

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krpanotools maketiles l1_b_%0v%0h.jpg retiled.tif 0 -insize=1000x1000 -intilesize=512

Btw - these information could be get from the xml file (e.g. tiledimagewidth, tiledimageheight, tilesize).

Best regards,
Klaus

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Tuesday, March 7th 2017, 9:21am

Since my Hdd was crashed and I lost all my edited sphere, all I can get back were those tiled images from my web server.

still can't figure out how to use the retile command to retrieve the sphere, Do you have a droplets that I can just drag those folder w/ tiles to have the sphere retrieved?

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Sunday, June 11th 2017, 11:18am

Almost there, but need advice

Hi,
i have the same problem like the other guys here.

Here is my info from the XML:

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<level tiledimagewidth="4553" tiledimageheight="4553"><cube url="panos/111220-utopia-09-assembly.tiles/l4_%s_%0v_%0h.jpg"



This is the code for the commandline i am trying:

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E:\KrPano\programm\krpano-1.19-pr10\krpanotools64.exe maketiles l4_%s_%0v_%0h.jpg retiled.tif 0 -insize=4553x4553 -intilesize=512



First tile is l4_b_01_01.jpg and its 512x512px in size.

I put the tiles themselves into the directory where the krpanotools64.exe is. Still i get the "unable to open..." message.
What might be possibly wrong?

Thanks for any help!
Cheers,
Jan
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