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  1. Philip Kotler Room

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    ..no its not his actual room......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

    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..

    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?...
    The joining line is located to the right (pan to the right a bit) when you first open the VR...

    Thanks in advance..

    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



    Cheers,
    Riefa Istamar
    www.idVR360.com
  2. Re: Philip Kotler Room

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riefa View Post
    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
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Houghton View Post
    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... (see attachement)
    and now i'm flattening once more....and the line is gone...

    Thanks for the tips John..

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

    =Riefa=



    Cheers,
    Riefa Istamar
    www.idVR360.com

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