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stage_reel [2013/05/30 04:14]
admin [Reel: Stitched Panorama]
stage_reel [2013/05/30 04:29] (current)
admin [Reel: Stitched Panorama]
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 Place some instructional or informative text directly beneath the presentation. May be left empty. Place some instructional or informative text directly beneath the presentation. May be left empty.
 ===== Reel: Stitched Panorama ===== ===== Reel: Stitched Panorama =====
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 +The "Stitched Panorama" implementation allows you to present a "stitched" (photo-merged) panorama on the page. Panorama images larger than the image viewport may be panned or scrolled. Works with partial or full 360-degree panoramic images.
  
 To use, in the **Color Palette** control pane set **Page Type** as "CE3 Standard": To use, in the **Color Palette** control pane set **Page Type** as "CE3 Standard":
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 +Setup requires two images of equal height:
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 +  - A cropped, partial view image used as placeholder. Should be the size at which you would like the panorama "window" to be viewed.
 +  - The full panorama image.
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 +These files must be named in a specific way. Any file name will do, but the images need to be named as:
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 +  * image.jpg
 +  * image-reel.jpg
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 +... where "image" is the placeholder image, and "image-reel" is the full panorama. The "image" portion may be any file name you like. The panorama image must have the same name, and end with "-reel".
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 +The placeholder image should occupy the first slot in your filmstrip; the panoramic "-reel" image should be in the second slot.
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 +Because Lightroom's Web preview offers only partial support for the CSS3 "background-size" property, the preview may look ... //odd// ... in Lightroom. Sorry, but we cannot help this.
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 +In general, it's good to operate with image output settings at a very large width, and then use the Height slider to control the size of resultant images:
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 +{{:wiki:panorama-file-output.png?nolink|}}
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 +Be sure to verify published pages immediately upon upload to make sure your settings all work out happily for the desired presentation. You should always do this anyway, but because Lightroom's preview can sometimes be wonky with this, here it is doubly important.
  
 See available options listed under Reel: Frames above. See available options listed under Reel: Frames above.
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