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Posted 15 October 2016 - 01:55 PM

Hi all,

i am new to this forum and just got a samsung gear 360 photo.

 

I have tried to Photoshop 360 photos taken by the gear 360 cam, but after i have uploaded back to my phone (s7edge), it failed to detect as a 360 photo anymore, just become a normal stretched JPEG. may i ask what i need to do to keep the "360 photo" type after editing on photoshop?

 

many thanks!

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Posted 16 October 2016 - 06:49 AM

Try using EXIF Tool GUI.
I posted some a quick 'how to' here:
http://360camerasfor...itch/#entry1314.

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Posted 17 October 2016 - 12:46 PM

Try using EXIF Tool GUI.
I posted some a quick 'how to' here:
http://360camerasfor...itch/#entry1314.

Hi, yes in fact I have tried that but no luck, and I have checked the metadata below is still embed in the jpg file after editing. :unsure:

 

 

      <rdf:Description rdf:about=""
            xmlns:GPano="http://ns.google.com...s/1.0/panorama/">
         <GPano:ProjectionType>equirectangular</GPano:ProjectionType>
         <GPano:CaptureSoftware>Samsung Gear 360 Manager 1.0.4</GPano:CaptureSoftware>
         <GPano:StitchingSoftware>Samsung Gear 360 Manager 1.0.4</GPano:StitchingSoftware>
         <GPano:UsePanoramaViewer>True</GPano:UsePanoramaViewer>
         <GPano:CroppedAreaImageWidthPixels>7200</GPano:CroppedAreaImageWidthPixels>
         <GPano:CroppedAreaImageHeightPixels>3600</GPano:CroppedAreaImageHeightPixels>
         <GPano:FullPanoWidthPixels>7200</GPano:FullPanoWidthPixels>
         <GPano:FullPanoHeightPixels>3600</GPano:FullPanoHeightPixels>
         <GPano:CroppedAreaLeftPixels>0</GPano:CroppedAreaLeftPixels>
         <GPano:CroppedAreaTopPixels>0</GPano:CroppedAreaTopPixels>
         <GPano:PoseHeadingDegrees>0.000000</GPano:PoseHeadingDegrees>
         <GPano:PosePitchDegrees>14.700000</GPano:PosePitchDegrees>
         <GPano:PoseRollDegrees>5.500000</GPano:PoseRollDegrees>
      </rdf:Description>



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Posted 18 October 2016 - 06:03 AM

What software are you using to try and view your photo as a 360 panorama?
Have you tried more than one 360 viewer?




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