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Panopano, v1.0 Panopano is a 360° panorama viewer. It also supports video transitions between panoramas, popup images, plugins. A useful plugin is to extract/import a 'view' of the panorama (and modify it with The GIMP). How to load into Eclipse: Install Java3D (see https://java3d.dev.java.net/ ). Start Eclipse, create a new project in 'panopano/trunk/' with the sources in 'panopano/trunk/src/'. In 'Project->Properties->Java Build Path', add the 2 external class folders ('lib/uncompressed', 'lib3d/uncompressed') -- or all the jar files in 'lib' and 'lib3d'. The 'main' method is in nikiroo.gui.MainForm.java. How to install: The programme is written in Java, but still needs Java3D. So, the only thing you have to install is Java3D (see https://java3d.dev.java.net/ ). How to run: java -jar -Xmx1024m panopano.jar "$@" (The -Xmx1024m means that you allocate 1024 Mb RAM to the JVM -- you can fine-tune it to any value you like, but the greater the panorama, the more RAM you need; 1024 should be enough for almost any panorama.) How to embed in a webpage: <APPLET archive="panopano.jar" code="net.homelinux.nikiroo.gui.JPanoApplet" WIDTH="800" HEIGHT="600">An applet is here.</APPLET> It will look for a file 'default.html' in the same directory. Here is an example 'default.html' file: <APPLET archive="panopano.jar" width="800" height="600"> <PARAM name="file" value="equi.pano.jpg" /> </APPLET> Note: you can look at 'tools.properties' in the archive: this is a working plugin configuration file for Panopano. It uses The GIMP, pafextract (from the package pano-scripts) and Hugin to export/import views. If you want to use it, you jave to put it in "$HOME/.panopano/tools.properties" ($HOME looks like /home/user under Linux and is somewhere in 'C:\Documents and settings' under Windows) You can contact the author at Roo.Niki@gmail.com
Source: README.txt, updated 2010-12-09