Panorama Rendering with Blender

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Panorama Rendering with Blender

Postby Kato » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:44 pm

I've been using BlenderGoCubic 0.0.7 and Blender 2.4. I rendered a panorama, and it looks good to me, but when I import it (the aspect ratio is correct, and I have tried several different ones) it looks like a tent--it looks "folded." Even though the room I made for this test was a simple cube, the panorama (when viewed in AM) looks like it has folds in it.

Anyone have suggestions?

I can show the panorama picture and the AM version, if necessary.

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Postby Imari » Wed Jan 25, 2006 1:21 am

Currently, you can only use a cylindrical panorama in AM. I'm not familiar with Blender panoramas, but perhaps its cubic?
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Postby Kato » Sat Feb 04, 2006 10:33 pm

No--the plugin I am using has several different options, I was using "cylindrical."

But it doesn't matter, I've found a better solution. I'm going to model in Blender and render in Bryce. :)

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