3D Panoramic

Here is a great script by Paul Tuersley that will turn a panoramic photo into a 3d cylinder inside of AE. The instructions can be found at www.AEnhancers.com

This script is great for many things but I’ll let you guys think of cool ideas.

PS: I’ve noticed some pretty poor comments by a few individuals lately that aren’t helping the community.

Instead of posting why something is bad or how on program is the best, etc, let’s contribute new ideas and suggestions that will help others that visit here that do not have your “wisdom”. I want to build a strong community and create solutions; that is what Video Copilot is about.

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9 years ago
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