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-A <b>Cylindrical panorama</b> uses the <a href="Cylindrical_Projection.html" title="Cylindrical Projection">Cylindrical Projection</a> and is the format used by the original Quicktime plugin.
-</p><p>Most aspects of cylindrical panorama are the same as for partial panoramas. You find anything you need in the article about high resolution partial panoramas except that for web presentation you don't need very high resolution.
+A <b>Cylindrical panorama</b> uses the <a href="Cylindrical_Projection.html" title="Cylindrical Projection">Cylindrical Projection</a> and is the format used by the original Quicktime<a class="external" href="http://wiki.panotools.org/Quicktime">[*]</a> plugin.
+</p><p>Most aspects of cylindrical panorama are the same as for partial panoramas. You find anything you need in the article about high resolution partial panoramas<a class="external" href="http://wiki.panotools.org/High_resolution_partial_panoramas">[*]</a> except that for web presentation you don't need very high resolution.
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