How might we obtain a User Manual? I'm trying to recreate a particular camera view which someone else had created and then which I handily deleted as I was trying to duplicate the settings on another similar camera. I was looking through the settings for this particular view trying to duplicate when my finger twitched on the mouse and I inadvertently deleted it. The view was created by entering the Edit mode, selecting 360' Image dewarping, then Viewing Mode, then Split screen or was it???...
The view I'm trying to recreate is what I'm calling a "split-screen" view where the camera view is divided horizontally with the top view facing in one direction and the bottom of the view being 180" opposite. I've tried "cloning" and creating two views but the way the original view worked (which I really liked and was trying to duplicate with another camera) when I rotated the view BOTH views rotated together and stayed "in-sync" with each other. Everything I've tried so far results with (for instance) the top view rotating but the bottom view does not. I don't mind reading through a User Manual to figure out how to recreate the camera view - but I cant even find access to one on the Obseron website. Somebody please help!!!
I've spent a couple hours now trying every which way to duplicate the view but just can't get there! The one thing I can't get to is on the drop-down menu for the view I want (the best I can recall) there were multiple choices. I seem to recall that there was something like "Single View" and "Multiple Views" and several more choices - But I just can't get that same drop-down menu. When I finally get to this menu all it has is ONE choice of "Single View" (or something like this).
thank you for your input and welcome to our community! Obseron Info Center has all the info we provide. A separate document file is not available.
Sounds like what you are looking for is Panomorph dewarping's "Panoramic View". Click the wrench icon on desired camera image while in "Edit Mode" and select "Enable Panomorph". Then enter the wrench menu again to adjust "Dewarp Settings > Viewing Mode > Panoramic".
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