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On Nov 28, 2005, at 9:54 AM, Matthias Taugwalder wrote:
I'm also very interested on this one...
I want to dynamically create QTVR on the fly with a Linux server. I'm building equirectangular images on the fly now but I'd really like to offer fullscreen.
As far as I know the only command-line based software for creative cubic
QTVRs is Realviz Stitcher 4.0 (how it's with the new version I don't know).
One possible approach could be that you have a Windows emulator software
like VMWare running with Stitcher on it. Then you make a script accessible
over a webserver software on the Windows machine. This script calls the
batch command with the in the query specified input file and stores the
output to a network shared folder (Samba). This is the folder you can access
There was once also a software from Apple called VRMakePano, written in C.
With some knowledge of C you could probably adapt that. As far as I remember
it was limited to cylindrical movies.
However, it really seems that the commercial vendors are not interested in
batch featured software for creating, rendering and converting VR files to
all possible formats.
Please keep me updated what you find out...
Best regards from Switzerland:
--- Matthias Taugwalder email@hidden
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