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The latest version of KRPano includes support for your projects in webvr 1. The trial version adds watermarks to your images but aside from that, it includes all the features and abilities of the registered version so that you can try it out fully and decide if it is something you wish to purchase. Its variables within the program can be edited through using the XML scripts. KRPano holds a default set of navigation images which you may customize or create your own versions of.
If you go into this folder and open up the images one by one in your chosen editing program you can edit or replace the images. Save your new images with the original filename and when you open your tour again, your new images will be the skin implemented on the icons within your virtual tour. Customizing these images is a great way to individualize and professionalize your virtual tour. KRPano supports different panoramic formats such as cube and cube stripe images, cylindrical panoramas, partial panoramas, flash images spherical panoramas, panoramic videos, QTVR Video files.
In addition to this, the program supports different 3D projections. The normal rectilinear projection, fisheye, stereographic fisheye, Panini and architectural projection. Each of these styles of projection can be manually configured and a transition effect implemented e. You could open each photosphere in a popcorn planet style view and have it transition to a normal rectilinear projection. The technical name for popcorn planet is stereographic fisheye projection.
Its VR capabilities are also impressive, with presets for viewing your work in various head-mounted displays and the ability to create your own presets. You can use KRPano tools to transform your equirectangular image to a cubic form or from cubic to equirectangular form and have it automatically create various resolution versions of your images. KRPano created content is created specifically to be consumed by the end user in a browser but you may also use the viewer with the tools to check your content.
Using this method you can implement very high resolution gigapixel images with little resource cost to your end user. Attempting to use a gigapixel image directly will result in so much RAM being used that the system will crash in most scenarios, resulting in a bad user experience and no more work for you.
This method can be used by using the multi-resolution droplet. It is possible for KRPano to encrypt your content so that if someone attempts to pirate your work it will just be a jumbled mess and unusable.
KRPano uses. These droplets are based in the command line so that they do not take up much in the way of system resources. This tutorial will deal with creating a cubic panorama in the different ways KRPano allows and also the three different styles of virtual tour that KRPano can help you to generate. To complete the tutorial you will require a set of images from a location with which you wish to create a virtual tour. To begin to create your panorama or to create a tour is simply a case of dragging the image or image sets onto the droplet you wish and letting go of the mouse button.
This will automatically start the. To make KRPano start processing your panorama , simply drag your image s onto the desired droplet option:.
Make Pano MultiRes — This shall create a cube based panoramic image with multiple different resolutions. This method results in a panoramic image in cubic form which is presented to the user all at the same time and shall include a skin with default navigation buttons. There are three. Once you have dropped the files onto your droplet of choice, a terminal window will open and your images will be processed by KRPano.
After this has completed, close the terminal window and in the folder where your original image set is you will find a new set of files and folders. You no longer require your original files so if you want you can move them to somewhere else or delete them. If you now find the. Once the tour is loaded you will be presented with the first image of your tour Rotate The image until you can see where you want your first Hotspot.
KrPano's features and tools. What you need to get started. Step-by-step walkthrough. Make Pano Flat — This will create a cube based panorama out of flat images. Repeat this process until you have worked your way through all the images in your tour.
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KRPano Tutorial: How to Create a Panorama or Virtual Tour with krpano
Types of panoramas Hotspots What is a hotspot? How to delete logos? Adding plugins in your tour Combobox Options. In current version of MakeVT supported spherical and cylindrical panoramas.
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