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I am trying to take a 360 snapshot and it seems to work but no jpg or any image is saved. The buttons create and save turn green sometimes. I can click and drag the preview no problem. But again no file saved. Is there an easy tutorial? My first language is not english. Blogs I found are too complicated for me to understand. It is supposed to be easy to use but Ive been trying all day with no result. A step by step guide would be great. Do I need any special software or plugins? I have a Nvidia geforce rtx 2070 graphics card.
does someone have problem to save photos on pc? in the folder there is not the 360° photo I make a search on the PC the photo is there, in the right folder and it say that the link is missing... I suppose it is a problem with my old pc more than a bug (by the way: great inotiative: thanks SL)
In this tutorial we focus on creating Second Life panoramic images that scroll seamlessly and continuously across the screen when your PC is idle, using a lightweight and free programme called WPanorama. https://www.sl-inspiration.com/2020/02/create-panoramic-screen-saver-using.html Below is an example of a screen saver I made using images taken at DLabs. Click the link above to view the tutorial.
Second Life has a revised 360-Image Viewer available now (7/7/2017) in the current collection of Alternate Viewers. As it is a project viewer it is more along the line of a Beta version. In this case, I think the Beta is more about the Snapshot part of the viewer. Otherwise, it is pretty much the new 64-bit version that is now the main SL viewer. So, it should be stable, but there are no guarantees. When installed it installs as a separate viewer. So, you can have the main viewer installed or your favorite 3rd party viewer. It won't break them. The 360-Camera is not complete. The current version 220.127.116.116743, does not add metadata to the image. So, it is a bit hard to see the final image in a 360-Image-Viewer, like Flickr. However, it is not hard to "INJECT" the needed metadata. See Second Life – The 360 Viewer – Add Image Metadata. Click the image to jump to Flickr to see the 360-Image display correctly on screen. I've used Gear VR and a friend used Cardboard to see the images in VR. There are quite a few 360-Images from SL. See https://www.flickr.com/search/?text="Second Life" 360 If you are posting 360-Images of SL, please give us a link.