Re: where are the tiles


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Posted by Andrew Jakowleff (77.121.127.36) on December 17, 2008 at 12:46:44:

In Reply to: Re: where are the tiles posted by Rudy on December 17, 2008 at 12:36:40:

: : : High. I have the tile parameter to 1. It looks like panocube is making six jpg tiles in my source folder, but then they dissapear. I want tiffs anyway. Can't seem to find any output. ?

: : Was .mov file created in the folder?
: : Looks like you didn't put the Script.txt in the source folder and the program works in pano2movie (default) mode.

: : =Andrew Jakowleff

:
: I'm having the same issues. Can someone please help!
: This is what's inside the Script.txt in my source folder:

: # This script will switch PanoCube in equirectangular->cube faces mode
: # copy the file to a folder with panorama(s)
: # rename it to Script.txt
: # for single panorama conversion just drag'n'drop the panorama onto PanoCube
: # for batch panoramas conversion just drag'n'drop folder with panoramas onto PanoCube
: # Cube faces have next naming scheme:
: # FName11.tif front face
: # FName22.tif right face
: # FName33.tif back face
: # FName44.tif left face
: # FName55.tif top face
: # FName66.tif bottom face
: 85
: 640
: 480
: 0
: 0
: 90
: -180
: 180
: -90
: 90
: 5
: 120
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 1
: 1
: 1
: 25
: -
: -
: -
: -
: -
: -


If the program creates temporary jpg tiles and then deletes it it's means that PanoCube works in equirectangular2qtvr mode and a .mov file should appears. In your case the program doesn't "see" the script. Or it named other than Script.txt or it not in a source panoramas folder.

=Andrew Jakowleff



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