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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Cristian,

    At the moment Luminar doesn't support 360 panos, but if you send the link to your file to us at www.skylum.com/support we'll be happy to have our techs take a look and see why you're getting a difference in colors at the stitching.

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    Robert Velez

    I'm having the same issue and curious if the new version Luminar AI can/will support 360 panos. 

    First my equipment background and workflow...I am using the newer drones, DJI Mavic Air 2 and DJI Air 2S. These drones create a 360 pano automatically which saves a lot of time on using a separate app and stitching photos together. Since by default these images are flat in color, I was hoping Luminar AI would enhance/improve these photos. Then I would upload these photos to Google Maps which automatically recognizes the image as a pano so that the viewer can pan/zoom around the image.

    Second-- when I edit these panos on my Win10 system, its displayed in a normal flat image. I am ok with that. The problem is when I apply any of the pre-installed templates, for example Easy Landscapes, Long Exposure...then export the edited photo, the resulting photo is a line with different colors not subtle or viewable when flat. I use a separate free app called FSPViewer (http://www.fsoft.it/FSPViewer) to view photos before & after.

    After the editing & export and viewing, when I upload the image to Google Maps, it no longer recognizes it as a pano image but a flat image. Here is a good example of an image I uploaded => https://goo.gl/maps/cgPeUaKKAgE3NwnXA

    If I try to edit that same image and upload it, Google maps only displays it as a flat image.

    Hoping Luminar can fix this or help in some way. Would be happy to provide examples and input.

     

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