Support » Plugin: WP Photo Sphere » Using with flat panorama

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  • Plugin Author Jeremy

    (@jeremy-heleine)

    Hi,

    What do you mean by “flat panorama”? Panoramas that don’t contain the whole sphere?

    Yes. Please follow the link that I posted to see examples.
    I just take a few pictures around and generate it on dermandar.com.

    Hello, Jeremy.
    So, is it possible?

    Plugin Author Jeremy

    (@jeremy-heleine)

    Hi,

    Yes, it’s possible, but it’s not really simple for the moment (I recently thought about a new way to achieve this, it will be in a new version, but not right now).

    You will need to play with the attribute full_height which must be filled with the height your image should have if the panorama were complete. If you don’t know it, you can try with the value we find in the most cases: half of the width.

    For instance, let’s assume that I have a panorama with a width of 4000 pixels. This panorama covers 360° horizontally but not 180° vertically, so I use this shortcode: [sphere 7 full_height="2000"].

    Hi,
    Thank you for the answer.
    When do you plan to release the new version of the plugin?

    Plugin Author Jeremy

    (@jeremy-heleine)

    If there’s no big issue, this week or next week.

    Oh, it would be very nice.
    Good luck. And thank you.

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