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  • agatoneagatone September 2012

    I add the shortcode such as:


    [pano file="panoramas/subarrile/image.html" panobox="off"]


    When I go to view the image on the blog the image is cutted and misses the lower part with the arrows and buttone I created in pano 2vr

  • Sam+RohnSam Rohn September 2012
    try adjusting the panopress window size either in the panopress settings or in the shortcode, see the instructions for details


    sam


    Sam Rohn :: 360° Panoramic Photography :: Location Scout :: New York City
  • agatoneagatone September 2012

    Hi sam ,this problem is solved,I've uploaded my demo panorama images on a demo blog similar to your demo test


    http://panorama.easymobishop.com/


    It seems with IE the time to open is huge,while best performance are with Chrome and Firefox.


    It amaze me the resolution in your panorama demos.They're awsome


    From now I' m using a pocket camra (a little canon .The result is good .But I'would improve the resolution using for example my Nikon 801 or Leica m6.The probem is that theese cameras are analogic so I've to get the steps to develop the film.What would you suggest me?


    And more..how do you make the 360 degree even to floor to ceiling ?.I use Pano2vr 3.0 beta


     

  • Sam+RohnSam Rohn September 2012
    see these tutorials on youtube for info on creating spherical 360° x 180° panoramas

    http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=15B8C737F69319BE

    forget about film for 360° panoramas, get a DSLR from nikon or canon, micro four thirds camera from panasonic or olympus, sony nex, or other digital camera with a fisheye lens


    also see the panoguide forums for discussions on starting out with panoramic photography


    sam
    Sam Rohn :: 360° Panoramic Photography :: Location Scout :: New York City
  • agatoneagatone September 2012

    thanks for the tutorials.I've another question.I've created my panoramas using Pano2vr.,with the flash option,including html and multiresolution options.Then I've uploaded the folder on the server . Is this panorama viewed on mobile devices as well ? Is  the right way to be displayed on mobile ?


    Unfortunately I' can't test

  • Sam+RohnSam Rohn September 2012
    sounds like a pano2vr question, best to ask in the pano2vr forums :)


    sam
    Sam Rohn :: 360° Panoramic Photography :: Location Scout :: New York City
  • agatoneagatone September 2012

    You're right


    Thanks for your support