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Friday, November 5th 2010, 1:22pm

Mersin, Turkey

Still under construction but it will be good, i hope.



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Tuesday, November 9th 2010, 7:01pm

you have a major problem with your pano head. I have never seen a pano so crooked before.…ler/anit-ucak/8



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Tuesday, November 9th 2010, 8:50pm

The site looks great. I love the colours you've used and the layout.

Problem is the whole site is dedicated to your 360 degree images and you need a bit more practice on those, or at least as VN2009 mentioned to take a look at the pano head and see why none of the images appear to be level. That may also clear up the areas where the hand rails and other objects don't align between the images. Seems a shame really as you have a great place there for 360's.

I personally use PTGUI for the stitching and blending. There's an auto level function in there but it's easy to do it manually in the Panorama editor.

Download their demo version and try it on the images you've already taken ;-)




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Tuesday, November 9th 2010, 9:39pm

Hi all,

Even if it is better to level the pano from inside the stitcher, a pano can be levelled with krpano using the image.prealign attribute... more info here ...

Taking as example the pano mensioned by VN2009,…ler/anit-ucak/8
you can use the following settings to level the pano:

Source code

    <image type="SPHERE" prealign="7.65|0|0">
    	<sphere url="pano_1.jpg" />

Hope this help...


in waiting for the new release, stuffs and doc ;)...


Wednesday, November 10th 2010, 10:04am

Thank you for your comments.

We weren't using PTGui efficiently but we're learning new things day by day, thanks to you *smile* . We'll fix and publish them again.

Interesting, I will try.

Thank you again.
Note: I just replaced that pano head about aircraft. You can take a look again if you wish. Don't forget to clear cache.…ler/anit-ucak/8