Creating a QTVR using Terragen and GoCubic

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This is a tutorial to show you how to create a QTVR (360 degrees panorama) by using Terragen and GoCubic.


ACHPostma on 4:34AM Fri, 13 February 2004

Creating The Images - Step One



Make sure that you have an interesting scene and your image size is equal in height and width.
I used 800x800 pixels for this tutorial but if you want more detail (when zooming in or out in the QTVR), feel free to choose higher.
But remember that with higher settings you also have higher render times and a larger QTVR (in MB) !

Tutorial Comments


kenneth378  1:00PM Sat, 19 May 2007

The website www.2004design.com which hosts the tutorial and script no longer exists

ACHPostma  7:47AM Wed, 06 October 2004

I re-linked the links, they should work fine now. You can see the complete tutorial here.

mellowlab  3:35PM Sun, 03 October 2004

Greate tuturial but the download link isnt working. Any other page where i can download it from?

brittmccary  9:03AM Thu, 26 February 2004

Hi.. great tutorial! :) but... a problem... the download link to GoCubic doesn't seem to work... do you know of alternative download sites??

joshus_hund  1:37AM Mon, 23 February 2004

One more "comment". Only want to say that deleting the above comments failed. Sorry!

ACHPostma  4:13AM Sun, 22 February 2004

Great Jens ! .. I'll be looking out for your QTVR's now !

joshus_hund  4:04AM Sun, 22 February 2004

Hi Anne! Again: Excellent tutorial! I deleted my previous comment. I had problems builing a qtvr but that was to blame only on a corrupted version of QuickTime and now is solved! Thanks again!

joshus_hund  4:04AM Sun, 22 February 2004

Hi Anne! Again: Excellent tutorial! I deleted my previous comment. I had problems builing a qtvr but that was to blame only on a corrupted version of QuickTime and now is solved! Thanks again!

joshus_hund  9:24AM Sat, 14 February 2004

Hi Anne! Thanks again for your kind help! Your tut is excellent! Now I know that I did everything right - but it still doesn't work :-( Anybody who reads this, any idea why it should fail? I use WindowsXP, Quicktime including the AutoringTool are all freshly installed, the skript worked, but Gocubic just doesn't leave a mov-file anywhere. Does anybody have the same problem or even a solution? Never give up! Jens