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    Hi
    Just trying out my technique...apart from maybe should have done HDR are there any glaring mistakes? (btw the rug really really does come 'out' like that)...... and yep I've seen the shadows on the 'tea-towel' wall.
    Also how do I add the pano so it's an image that you click and then it loads the spherical instead of just a link?

    http://127.0.0.1:52242/breCo8uw/outp...0Panorama.html

    Shot using Jpeg......yes I know.......................lol
    Shot with my D800 14-24mm @14mm URS 154 LRS 136 Nadir adapter in the 'normal' position on an Ultimate M1

    Thanks
    John
    Last edited by Johnytuono; 09-15-2013 at 01:53 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnytuono View Post
    Also how do I add the pano so it's an image that you click and then it loads the spherical instead of just a link?

    http://127.0.0.1:52242/breCo8uw/outp...0Panorama.html
    The link you have provided does not give us access access to your panorama as it's a local network address on your own computer. You need to upload the panorama data to a file server with public access. You may well have personal web space commonly provided with your internet account that you can use. If so, you copy the folder that the PTGui "Publish to Web" generates to your web page using an FTP client such as the free Core FTP LE or WS FTP LE . See the help pages of your Internet Service Provider. Alternatively, you could generate a QTVR .mov file with PTGUI and upload that to the file sharing service at http://ge.tt/ (an unregistered account gives you 250MB for free).

    John
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    Thanks John..............as you can tell , i've a lot to learn......although I realised my mistake much later.
    Thanks again
    John
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    Hopefully i've done this right......until i get my website up and running

    https://www.360cities.net/image/the-....62,15.89,88.8

    John
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