PDA

View Full Version : Philip Kotler Room



riefa
06-10-2009, 03:10 AM
..no its not his actual room...:biggrin:...it's one of my office meeting room named after Philip Kotler, the father of Marketing...:p

here is the link (Multiply link) : http://tr.im/nTTq (http://tr.im/nTTq)

I also post some shooting information at my Multiply, so that everyone can review and make comments, critics, and corrections....and hopefully I can improve my VR..:001_smile:

One issue i cannot solve:
There is a visible joining line after i convert the equirectangular image to VR. What might be the cause of this visible line?...:sad:
The joining line is located to the right (pan to the right a bit) when you first open the VR...

Thanks in advance..:001_smile:

P.S.
for those who prefer to directly download the VR files for better views, please click the link below (Rapidshare link, 3.5MB file size):
QuickTime (.mov): http://tinyurl.com/n3yt82
Flash (.swf): http://tinyurl.com/nujyst

John Houghton
06-10-2009, 06:29 AM
One issue i cannot solve:
There is a visible joining line after i convert the equirectangular image to VR.
The feint line is usually a Photoshop resizing artifact which you get when resizing a layered file down to the final size. The solution is simple: flatten the image before resizing, even if there's only one layer. The rule is: if the flatten option is not greyed out on the Layers menu, you need to flatten. You can check for any mismatch at the wrap join by using Filter->Other->Offset and shifting the image sideways with the wrap option checked.

John

riefa
06-10-2009, 07:35 AM
The feint line is usually a Photoshop resizing artifact which you get when resizing a layered file down to the final size. The solution is simple: flatten the image before resizing, even if there's only one layer. The rule is: if the flatten option is not greyed out on the Layers menu, you need to flatten. You can check for any mismatch at the wrap join by using Filter->Other->Offset and shifting the image sideways with the wrap option checked.

John


Yes i did flatten before resizing, well i actually resize from 5860 to 6000...is it might be the cause?

Also, i'm looking at my equirectangular image right now...at 3200% zoom at the edge of the image...and the line is visible...:biggrin: (see attachement)
and now i'm flattening once more....and the line is gone...:biggrin:

Thanks for the tips John..:001_smile:

Lesson learned: always flatten before final save....especially you upsizing the image, even only a 140pixel...:biggrin:

=Riefa=