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  1. To prepare a equirect-picture (pano) normaly includes som modifications. 1 -> eliminate/modify the nadir view 2 -> optimize the picture 3 -> level the picture Point 1 and 2 works perfectly in Affinity 1.5 What about point 3- leveling? Will we see this modification in the future? Today I use PtGui to level the panos.
  2. In Affinity 1.5 there will come a lot of helping tools to prepare the equirectangular photos for 360-panos. There are mostly the same corrections needed: -> modify the nadir (eliminate the tripod, or yourself...) -> leveling the pano In this case normally some vertical or horizontal lines should be defined, and the software should recalculate the leveled picture, but still remaining in the same size. That would be very helpful.
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