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arthur1985

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Thursday, January 5th 2017, 11:52am

Flip (tiled) panorama's

Hi guys,

I've was wondering if it is possible to flip (tiled) panorama's in Krpano. I've got about 100+ panorama's which my client would also like to see the flipped versions. Ofcourse I could flip the images and export them again, but I was hoping there is a more efficient way of doing this.

I've read about the flip-attribute (https://krpano.com/docu/xml/?version=107) but this doesn't work for tiled CUBE images.

Does anybody know an other solution I could try?

Thank you in advance,

Arthur

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Thursday, January 5th 2017, 1:41pm

IF by flip you want image to be upside down then prealign is your command: documentation

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<image type="CUBE" multires="true" tilesize="512" [b]prealign="0|0|180"[/b]>

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Friday, January 6th 2017, 10:56am

Thank you for your response Umalo,

I should have been more specific, I would like to flip the image horizontal (left is right and right is left). The prealign can rotate the panorama, so you the panorama is upside down. But I'm not sure this will do what I need. Do you know an other sollution to flip it horizontal?

I didn't know about the prealign attribute so thank you for sharing. I'm sure this will be of use someday!

Arthur