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Sunday, August 28th 2016, 10:10pm

1500x1500 source images

When I use 1500x1500 source images, the scenes have bad seams in them. You can see an example here:

http://www.virtually-anywhere.net/tours/…tour/index.html


Here is my btour-multires.config I use to build the tour:

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# Virtual Tour with Multi-Resolution Panos# Skin with Scrolling-Thumbnails, Bingmaps, Gyroscope, VR-Support# Documentation: http://krpano.com/tools/kmakemultires/config?version=119# krpano 1.19

# basic settingsinclude basicsettings.configpanotype=autodetecthfov=360makescenes=true

# outputflash=falsehtml5=true

# convert spherical/cylindrical to cubicalconverttocube=trueconverttocubelimit=360x45

# multiresolution settingsmultires=truetilesize=512#levels=auto#levelstep=2levelsizes=1500,700maxsize=automaxcubesize=auto

# output images pathtilepath=%INPUTPATH%/vtour/panos/%BASENAME%.tiles/[c/]l%Al/%Av/l%Al[_c]_%Av_%Ah.jpg

# preview pano settingspreview=truegraypreview=falsepreviewsmooth=25previewpath=%INPUTPATH%/vtour/panos/%BASENAME%.tiles/preview.jpg

# generate special optimized, non-tiled, lower-res images for VRcustomimage[vr].size=1536customimage[vr].path=%INPUTPATH%/vtour/panos/%BASENAME%.tiles/vr/pano_%s.jpgcustomimage[vr].imagesettings=jpegquality=82 jpegsubsamp=444 jpegoptimize=truecustomimage[vr].xmlsceneparameters=havevrimage="true"customimage[vr].xmlimageparameters=if="!webvr.isenabled"customimage[vr].xmllevel=krpanocustomimage[vr].xml=<image if="webvr.isenabled">[NL][TAB]<cube url="[PATH]" />[NL]</image>

# generate smaller mobile imagescustomimage[mobile].size=1024customimage[mobile].path=%INPUTPATH%/vtour/panos/%BASENAME%.tiles/mobile_%s.jpgcustomimage[mobile].imagesettings=jpegquality=85 jpegsubsamp=444 jpegoptimize=truecustomimage[mobile].xml=<mobile>[NL][TAB]<cube url="[PATH]" />[NL]</mobile>#customimage[ipad3].size=1500#customimage[ipad3].path=%INPUTPATH%/vtour/panos/%BASENAME%.tiles/ipad3_%s.jpg#customimage[ipad3].imagesettings=-jpegquality=82 -jpegsubsamp=422 -jpegoptimize=true#customimage[ipad3].xml=<mobile devices="iPadRetina">[NL][TAB]<cube url="[PATH]" />[NL]</mobile>


# generate thumbnailsmakethumb=truethumbsize=240thumbpath=%INPUTPATH%/vtour/panos/%BASENAME%.tiles/thumb.jpg

# xml outputxml=truexmlpath=%INPUTPATH%/vtour/tour.xml

# html output/templatehtml=truehtmlpath=%INPUTPATH%/vtour/tour.htmlhtmltemplate_html5=auto

# skin / xml templateinclude vtourskin119.skin

# include vtour editorxmltemplate_additional_file=xml/plugins/vtoureditor.swfhtmltemplate_additional_file=html/tour_editor.html



I am not sure what I can do to make the seams go away.

Sergey74

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Monday, August 29th 2016, 10:26am

In your file "tour.xml" specified tiledimagewidth="1400" tiledimageheight="1400"

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  	<scene name="scene_Bernina_1" title="Bernina 1" onstart="" thumburl="panos/310_310.tiles/thumb.jpg" lat="" lng="" heading="">

    	<view hlookat="17.4" vlookat="17.9" fovtype="MFOV" fov="105.0" maxpixelzoom="2.0" fovmin="70" fovmax="140" limitview="auto"/>

    	<image type="CUBE" multires="true" tilesize="512" progressive="false">
      	<level tiledimagewidth="1400" tiledimageheight="1400">
        	<cube url="panos/310_310.tiles/l2_%s_%v_%h.jpg"/>
      	</level>
      	<level tiledimagewidth="700" tiledimageheight="700">
        	<cube url="panos/310_310.tiles/l1_%s_%v_%h.jpg"/>
      	</level>
      	<mobile>
        	<cube url="panos/310_310.tiles/mobile_%s.jpg"/>
      	</mobile>
    	</image>


   	</scene>
translation difficulties *huh*

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Saturday, September 3rd 2016, 4:33pm

Seems pretty simple now that you have pointed out. Thanks!