This is video three out of a series of eight that explain how to create completely immersive panoramic photographs. In this video I explain how to import your photos into PTGui and stitch them together into a spherical 360×180 equirectangular photograph.
This is video five out of eight tutorials explaining how to create fully immersive panoramic photographs. In this tutorial I revisit the nadir photograph. After processing the photographs through PTGui and Pano2QTVR, the nadir photograph is unwarped and easier to finish editing in Photoshop.
My PTGui Workflow for a 360 pano. See the completed panos at 360.itcow.com, See http for writeup.
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A tutorial on how to level a panorama using vertical control points in PTGui
A quick example of how to process a panorama taken with the Samyang 8mm, a Canon 20D and a Manfrotto 303SPH. Final Panorama can be seen here: go360.gogopixel.pt
PTGui is a paid program for panorama photostitching that I use for great results
Tutorial on stitching multiple images into a 180 degree panorama using PTgui Pro on a Mac. This is my typical workflow for stitching hand-held images into a 180-degree panorama for KrPano. Video by Ryan Jackson, ryanjackson.ca
This tutorial walks you through the process of nadir stitching in PTGui using the Viewpoint feature. (My apologies, the video jumps around a little bit now and then.)
Tutorial on stitching multiple images into a 360×180 degree equarectangular panorama using PTgui Pro on a Mac. This is my typical workflow for stitching hand-held images into a 360-degree panorama for KrPano. Video by Ryan Jackson, ryanjackson.ca
This is part 1 of the video tutorials for PTGui. PTGui is panoramic photo stitching software for Windows and Mac OS. For more information about PTGui or to download a free trial visit www.ptgui.com . This first part of the tutorial covers a short introduction to PTGui and explains how to take photos for a panorama in order to get the best stitching result. Part 2 youtu.be
This is part 2 of the video tutorials for PTGui. PTGui is panoramic photo stitching software for Windows and Mac OS. For more information about PTGui or to download a free trial visit www.ptgui.com . This second part of the tutorials gives an overview of the PTGui user interface and shows how to stitch the panorama. Part 1 youtu.be
Part 3. After shooting and developing the images, we will now stitch them together into the final 360×180° fully spherical panorama. To try it out for yourself, download the images from here: ge.tt ! This tutorial covers the images shot with the “Philopod pitch variation technique”. I’m just showing you my regular workflow in PTGui (www.ptgui.com) — the images I shot handheld (in the first tutorial video) turned out to be accurate enough so that there were no major problems. Using SmartBlend on the Mac wiki.panotools.org PanoGLView: sourceforge.net This is Part 3 in a whole series of tutorials: www.youtube.com Thanks for your interest and stay tuned! Florian PS: For those who need it, I also went through the trouble of adding subtitles to the videos… Click on the [CC] icon to enable them.