Most of the parameters on this screen are pretty self explanatory. File
names can be set to auto or custom names can be added. A thumbnail container
is included for to help identify panoramas. I use a 200x100 pixel
image for these, copying and pasting from a Photoshop action.
Set the pano type to Pano and start numbering from 0.
The description is used for popup menus for NewPanofromList. Plan you
descriptions carefully! Changing descriptions after adding links to
panos will prevent relooking up pano numbers for links should you reorder
your panorama list.
Height and width refer to the image that you used to measure hotspot
coordinates. These dimensions are only used to convert pixel coordinates for
hotspots to relative hotspots.
The FOV of a panorama defaults to 360° unless specified in PFOV. If
you specify a partial FOV for a panorama then you must use PTViewer 2.6beta.
I've included Latitude, Longitude and Date here as I am starting to
indetify my panoramas with this data as a hotspot with popup text at the
nadir of each pano. A coordinate for this hotspot is automatically
added to each pano but the text is not inserted.
Simply tick the box next to the inits that apply to each pano. These
areadded in the order that they appear. The init actions are entered
in the global options. By default the
first init is selected when you create a pano so you will need to deselect
it if it is not needed.
This field has been created so that you can quickly find completed
panoramas. I use this mostly for the thumbnail
This is an automatically calculated value based on the pano image's
height and width. I added this so that you can distinguish between
complete 360x180° panos and partial height panos. There was a specific
reason for this but it escapes me now ;-)