Share tips for making and sharing amazing panoramas from your phone.
I remember, that in one former version of photosynth, my panoramas where directly downloaded (as jpeg) to my local pc drive, when I connect my iPhone to my PC.
Does anyone know, how I can transfer my iphone made panoramas from my phone to my pc as jpeg? Is the only way, to send each photo one by one via eMail?!?!?!
Or should I upload every picture here to the online account?! But what should I do next?!
Thanks for any ideas and help
Thanks for your help
When using Photosynth's mobile panorama app, it creates two differently formatted panoramas:
1) a cube map for interactive viewing and upload to your account here on Photosynth.net
2) a flattened panorama for saving to your device's camera roll, sharing a flat version to Facebook and Twitter, etc.
I'm assuming you're using an iOS device instead of a Windows Phone.
I don't have an iOS device handy so can't tell you what the default behavior is these days, but I think that as long as you allow Photosynth's app permission in your iOS app settings, Photosynth's mobile pano app will save the flat panorama to your camera roll by default.
If not, yes, you'll have to download them one by one by sharing them to email, Facebook, Twitter as a non-interactive pano, etc.
On Windows Phone you can also share directly to camera roll. I'm not sure if that option is still in the iOS version.
Yes, definitely upload each of your panos to your account.
Christoph Hausner (a Photosynth user like us) reported at the beginning of 2014 that he was working on adding support to his SynthExport tool to download the sides of a Photosynth panorama's cube map to stitch in Microsoft's ICE panorama stitcher for PC and save as a flat panorama from ICE, but I haven't heard anything from him since then.
Here's where Christoph posted: http://photosynth.net/discussion.aspx?cat=ceca0f30-0f7c-4468-811a-32b623ea8563&dis=cde6b799-8a9d-4ab3-ad00-412e25be4214
Yes I hope to have it ready in a few weeks. Functionality is there but needs more fine-tuning.