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1- Made a film 30 frames per second of model you want to make.
2- Import the movie into a video editing software "AVS Video Converter".
3- Décomposer le film, en plusieurs images jpeg, avec le paramêtre : une image toutes les secondes.
4- Votre sécance est prête à être envoiée.
decompose the film, several jpeg images, with the setting: an image every second.
Ive tried and its not as good as you'd think. It take a lot of time due to motion blur to select the frames you want.
@BodsonStany, is that how you made these two Spins?
World Peace Flame, Nijmegen. http://photosynth.net/preview/view/e27a4cdf-642b-4b42-84c4-eb40503b2227
I setup a train track to test this I'll post my results. So far the video looks better than the timelapse for blur.
PS team why?, its on a perfect track. Video exported, so limited time taken info per file.
but other than that it looks great. Changed my mind i'll try and shoot video everywhere.
I wonder if exporting more frames per second from where the camera is going around the turns (around each end of the coffee table) would help things stick together a little better, since that's where the camera is changing angles the most (and most quickly).
Separately, have you looked at all into boosting your color saturation on the video before/after exporting to jpg?
Video compression tends to wash colors out a bit, especially with the fluorescent lights like this and it would be nice for Photosynth viewing to juice things up a little bit until those Coke labels are brighter red again.