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Saturday, September 26th 2020, 7:35pm

I am unsure whether to buy or not

hello.
I have krpano old license. I can give 35 euros and upgrade to the new version.
but I am unsure whether to buy everpano?
I downloaded the trial version of Everpano and tried it. I'm not sure if it's a software that deserves my money?

What are you thinking. Should I buy both krpano update and everpano for 109 euro?
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Monday, October 5th 2020, 9:30am


hello.
I have krpano old license. I can give 35 euros and upgrade to the new version.
but I am unsure whether to buy everpano?
I downloaded the trial version of Everpano and tried it. I'm not sure if it's a software that deserves my money?

What are you thinking. Should I buy both krpano update and everpano for 109 euro?


It depends on what your ultimate goal is?

put your money down on krpano now and buy everpano later if you think it worth it

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Monday, October 5th 2020, 10:41am

to use the newest krpano is mandatory if you do professional websites.
1.19 is outdated and does not support modern phones or browser quirks

everpano is completely separate from krpano

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Monday, October 5th 2020, 11:57pm

I too was in your position ;-) I don't have a great deal of tour work anymore and so was it worth upgrading? Of course!! Help keep Klaus in work so he can keep up with all the changes in browsers and phones. Every now and again a new feature comes along and it's a bonus.

Regarding Everpano, I was so shocked at the total lack of support I won't go near it. Can't even imagine how frustrating it was for all those users that had projects for clients and no way to fix bugs etc. so if you want to go down that road it's entirely your choice.

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Thursday, October 8th 2020, 11:15pm

Thank you very much for your answers. *thumbsup*

I will shoot an exhibition like in the photo. The Custumer wants to navigate the boards as if he were walking. I can do this with everpano, but I'm not sure if I can only do it using krpano1.20?
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Sunday, October 11th 2020, 9:32pm


Thank you very much for your answers.

I will shoot an exhibition like in the photo. The Custumer wants to navigate the boards as if he were walking. I can do this with everpano, but I'm not sure if I can only do it using krpano1.20?


if you can create the depth maps yourself then everpano is not needed as it is standard feature of krpano

krpano include a free version of Navigator Plugin

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Tuesday, October 13th 2020, 1:17pm

if you can

Thank you very much for your answers.

I will shoot an exhibition like in the photo. The Custumer wants to navigate the boards as if he were walking. I can do this with everpano, but I'm not sure if I can only do it using krpano1.20?

voww. I did not know this feature. It doesn't make much sense to buy everpano. If I can do the example below with krpano 1.2, that's enough for me.
Thank you very much *thumbsup*

https://krpano.com/releases/1.20.8/viewe…xtured/test.xml
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Tuesday, October 13th 2020, 6:17pm

if you can

Thank you very much for your answers.

I will shoot an exhibition like in the photo. The Custumer wants to navigate the boards as if he were walking. I can do this with everpano, but I'm not sure if I can only do it using krpano1.20?

voww. I did not know this feature. It doesn't make much sense to buy everpano. If I can do the example below with krpano 1.2, that's enough for me.
Thank you very much *thumbsup*

https://krpano.com/releases/1.20.8/viewe…xtured/test.xml


Can you use a 3D modelling program??

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Tuesday, October 13th 2020, 8:11pm

if you can

Thank you very much for your answers.

I will shoot an exhibition like in the photo. The Custumer wants to navigate the boards as if he were walking. I can do this with everpano, but I'm not sure if I can only do it using krpano1.20?

voww. I did not know this feature. It doesn't make much sense to buy everpano. If I can do the example below with krpano 1.2, that's enough for me.
Thank you very much *thumbsup*

https://krpano.com/releases/1.20.8/viewe…xtured/test.xml


Can you use a 3D modelling program??
Is there a tutorial video on this topic? Which 3D software can it be done with?
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Wednesday, October 14th 2020, 10:17pm

if you can

Thank you very much for your answers.

I will shoot an exhibition like in the photo. The Custumer wants to navigate the boards as if he were walking. I can do this with everpano, but I'm not sure if I can only do it using krpano1.20?

voww. I did not know this feature. It doesn't make much sense to buy everpano. If I can do the example below with krpano 1.2, that's enough for me.
Thank you very much *thumbsup*

https://krpano.com/releases/1.20.8/viewe…xtured/test.xml


Can you use a 3D modelling program??
Is there a tutorial video on this topic? Which 3D software can it be done with?

blender tutorials
in theory this can be done with sketchup

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Wednesday, October 14th 2020, 10:48pm

in theory this can be done with sketchup
Michael Adam uses a free Blander for this. Its easy. Read the first thread carefully here *squint*

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Thursday, October 15th 2020, 12:45am

the final option if you don't want to use everpano is photogrammetry software.

witch is the path I'm taking for my projects