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Old 09-20-2011, 12:03 AM
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hey guys,

the hospital contacted me once again and have asked for high res (300dpi+) snapshot of a vantage point from within the tour. is this possible? i can't extract the image correctly from the equi because it is warped. it has to be from inside the cubic. does anyone know if PTGui can do this or how it would best be accomplished?

here is the snapshot they want out of it:

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hey guys,
the hospital contacted me once again and have asked for high res (300dpi+) snapshot of a vantage point from within the tour. is this possible? i can't extract the image correctly from the equi because it is warped. it has to be from inside the cubic. does anyone know if PTGui can do this or how it would best be accomplished?
Feed PTGui with your equi (source image = equi 360x180) and set the output image (at Panorama Settings tab) to rectilinear with the wanted fov (e.g. 100x60). Then change Image Parameters (yaw, picth and roll) to accomodate the extracted view. Depending on your PTGui version you may as well be able to tweak with these parameters directly in the editor.

The printing size of the resulting image at 300dpi will depend on the cambas size of the original equi (In PTGui set maximum size at Create Panorama tab for starters ;-)

Hope this help!

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THANK YOU!!

i will try that tonight when i get home. i always wondered how to do that. i will report back with my results
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