Settings in the Panorama layer

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In the Panorama layer, there are three gauges that are used to control the user experience in the reader.

 

The following explains what the viewer sees upon entering the Panorama in the reader.

Field of View:
"Initial" is the type of camera lens (Telephoto / Wide angle)
"Minimun" is zoom in
"Maximum" is zoom out


Pan:
"Initial": This sets where you want the view to start
'0' points at the 'front'; -90 points at the 'left' image, and so forth

"Minimum": Sets how far left you want to go

"Maximum": Sets how far right you want to go

For free spinning horizontal axis panoramas, the settings should be:
Minimum: —180
Maximum: 180



Tilt:
Up/down
"Initial": Start point (0 is the horizon)

"Minimum": Sets how far down you want to go

"Maximum": Sets how far up you want to go

For free spinning vertical axis panoramas, the settings should be:
Minimum: -90
Maximum: 90

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    Kat

    This is very helpful, thanks!

    However, no matter what I set the minimum value to for the field of view I can't get it to zoom in as far as I want. It actually doesn't seem to change no matter what values I put in there. Zooming out changes, just not zooming in.

    The zoom controls also seem to be broken when full-viewing a book.

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    Ofrot Illustrateur

    great / thanks a lot !!!!
    As Joe and Liam explain a panorama must be prepared .
    it's tricky ?

    have a great day !

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