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igor.socha

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Monday, January 27th 2020, 11:28am

BUG? krpano rendered project is sharper than everpano one

Hi Jordi,

I noticed that the resolution or quality of panorama rendered by everpano is much different/worse than the one rendered by krpano droplet, take a look
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Monday, January 27th 2020, 11:29am

i checked the tiles and the code, and it seems that they are the same, hmm
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Monday, January 27th 2020, 11:31am

Depthmap is a problem?

when disabling this line:

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<display depthmaprendermode="3dmodel" />



the image is again sharp as in krpano!
What could be done here?
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Monday, January 27th 2020, 11:41am

Hi,

everpano 3D is just using the krpano tools in order to tile the images, so when you go and check both pano folders with the images they should be exactly the same, in both cases, please check it.
On the other side, right now ,krpano is able to use depthmap in multires panoramas, but it can load just one level, so when zooming in you will not get new levels loaded, and this is what probably you are referring to, as you have already observed that when you disable the depthmap in the project it looks same in both cases.
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Monday, January 27th 2020, 11:49am

Yes, this is the case. Do we have some chance, that multires will be fully supported or not really?
Becasue, at the moment it has no sense to shoot high res pano when i now I use depthmap
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Monday, January 27th 2020, 12:18pm

Hi,

I think you should keep shooting multires and using it in depthmap projects, on one side the loading is much efficient, and on the other side, probably in some future release that will be supported.
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