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aristepp private msg quote post Address this user
I've always been flustered by my flailing attempts to generate a nice smooth, full circle sweep. I just looked at a tour Dan Smigrod did of a kitchen remodel..... lovely, no stuttering, full circle. What am I missing? Also, when constructing a tour, I can only manage about 90 degrees before the next snap shot takes over. So I waste barrels of time trying to guess just how far left or right in the frame to make the snap shot so my viewers aren't looking into a wall before we move on to the next scene. Man, it's frustrating to waste time like that. What's the trick? Thanks in advance.
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DouglasMeyers private msg quote post Address this user
Here is a little trick I found...
When I start a scan I know the camera goes clock wise so I know that the spin will start pretty much where I started it at the location. I have noticed when you use walk thru and the pictures are in use when it goes to the next scan it starts where I started it, sooo don't start it on a wall or what not and point the starting position where you think it will look best at the start.
Good Luck...
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