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Great information here about the rendering of lights, we now use mostly LED lighting on our installs. Thanks for sharing.John Advent, May 10, 2018
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Hi Sebastian, V-ray should have a setting to “override viewport” which will allow you to input a custom aspect ratio (in this case, any pixel dimension is ok but it just needs to be a square). Please see the manual here:David Huang, November 20, 2015
If this does not work, you can crop the image square in any image editing software (such as photoshop). The goal is to get 6 square images to import into Pano2VR.
I hope that is helpful!
best regards, David
I was wondering how to export from here with vray. I have the scenes set-up, but when I render, the aspect ratio of the image is set by vray. Would I have to crop out the image and then stitch it somehow? If you would, please elaborate on the process.
Thank you, Great tutorialSebastian, November 20, 2015
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Wow it’s awsome design and great blog thanks for sharing it.Johhny Smith, July 15, 2015
Hi Rosar, you’re on the right track – this is exactly what CubicPanoOut.rb does – it automatically generates 6 jpeg images (the faces of a cube). It can also, if you choose, create 6 scenes in Sketchup – 1 for each image. You can then render each scene, assuming the camera locations are still retained in V-ray (I use Twilight rather than V-ray to render). The 6 images can be stitched into an interactive panorama using a software Pano2VR. Please let me know if you still have more questions. Thanks!David Huang, June 27, 2014
Hi Sir, how do you generate the views from Cubic Pano out? I dont know how to link Vray and CubicPO, im getting only .jpeg imgs.Rosar, June 27, 2014