The VR Worx 2.6 is an integrated suite of tools which allow you to create QTVR panoramas, object and multi-node scene movies and is taking advantage of today’s revolutionary operating systems. Engineered for Mac OS™ X and Microsoft Windows™ XP, with a new streamlined and simplified user interface, it delivers powerful technology along with fresh advancements to its famous feature/function set. The VR Worx sells for US $299.00 SRP, and contains tutorial, user's guide, samples and more. Read more below...
VR SceneWorx is a legacy product for older operating systems and it allows you to design and produce QTVR multi-node scenes, which are playable on both Macintosh and Windows PCs. VR SceneWorx sells for US $89.99 SRP, and contain tutorial, user's guide, samples and more. Read more below...
VR Worx 2.6
The VR Worx™ is our award-winning suite of VR authoring tools for QuickTime™...and The VR Worx 2.6 is taking advantage of today’s revolutionary operating systems and dual processor computers. Engineered for Mac OS™ X and Microsoft Windows™ XP, with a new streamlined and simplified user interface, The VR Worx 2.6 delivers powerful technology along with fresh advancements to its famous feature/function set. The VR Worx 2.6 empowers you to create your own camera presets with it's new Lens Tuner utility. It now allows you to create cylindrical panoramic movies, object movies and multi-node scenes (a.k.a. virtual tours), all in the QuickTime format, easier and faster than ever. Version 2.6 has the ability to create an object movies with a panoramic movie as a moving background. And v2.6 has the capacity for transitions within a multi-node scene, like standard wipes, dissolves, explodes, and others, as well as actual linear video as a transition. The VR Worx 2.6 can construct multinode environments with cylindrical panoramas, Cubic VRs, multi-row objects, absolute objects, still images and linear QuickTime movies.
New Lens Tuner utility that empowers you to calibrate and create your own camera presets for superior image stitching!
Integrated Bridge to external image editors, like Photoshop™ to make panoramic image editing faster and more powerful than ever before!
Allows you export in QuickTime VR and Java Player formats!
Streamlined and simplified User Interface for Macintosh & Windows
Live Scrolling, Live Window Resizing and Dialog Sheets
Application-wide Image Drag & Drop, including Document Proxy Icons
Integrated On-line Help
Intelligent Auto-configuration of Panoramas & Objects
Choice of Cylindrical or Linear input acquisition mode for Panoramas
Zoom capability for images in Stitch & Blend panels
Drag & Nudge capability for positioning images in Stitch panel
User defined presets for quick composition of QuickTime movies
Specify alternate target sizes with estimated download times
Optimize media order for fast-start downloading
Auto-generate low res preview track from movie or external image file
Embed HTML tags and generate HTML "Starter Page" containing movie
Recompose existing Object, Panorama and Linear QuickTime movies
AppleScript & Windows Visual Basic Scripting enabled throughout
Improved handling of large images for Composition and Import/Export
Greatest feature parity between Mac & Windows of any previous version
Create Object Movie with Panoramic Background
Sound Support in Object Mode
Chroma-Key Background Mask
Frame Based Animation
Centering, Cropping, and De-Wobbling Effects
Application-wide Image Drag & Drop
Auto-configuration of Panoramas & Objects
Cylindrical or Linear input acquisition for Panoramas
Improved handling of large images for Movie Composition and Import/Export
Transparent View mode for precise stitching
Over 250 Hot Spots per node
Recompose existing Objects, Panos and Linear QuickTime movies
Embed HTML tags & generate HTML Starter Page containing your movie
AppleScript & Visual Basic Scripting for Windows enabled throughout
Multinode Transitions, including linear video transitions
Scene Module accepts Panoramas, Cubic VRs, Objects, Still Images and Linear Movies as Nodes
Edit and Preview Multi-Node Scenes without rendering finished movie
Full PDF User’s Manual for Macintosh and Windows
Bring a higher level of interactivity and maximum motion to your web design and multimedia productions. Express your creativity as art. Produce a new breed of home movie. Expand the horizons of your digital realm. Now is the time, The VR Worx 2.6 is the software and QuickTime is the enabling architecture.
System Requirements for Mac:
Power PC or Intel
Mac OS X 10.2 to 10.5
QuickTime 6.4 or later
512 MB RAM
System Requirements of PC:
Pentium Class PC (or compatible)
Windows ME, 2000, XP (not Microsoft Windows VISTA compatible)
QuickTime 6 or later
512 MB RAM
VR SceneWorx (Legacy Product)
VR SceneWorx is the ideal QTVR Scene composition tool for content providers, from web developers to multimedia producers. Realize the full potential of QuickTime VR by creating interactive scenes combining various forms of media. Imagine your viewer immersed in museum tours, art galleries, archeological sites, travel destinations, showrooms and corporate facilities... the commercial possibilites are endless.
Perform all work in "Project Documents" that saves all settings associated with the project, including source & generated imagery.
Easy to use "tabbed" interface directs the user through the creation process
Support for "Stationery Templates" which record all customized settings in a template file which can easily be used as the starting point for subsequent projects
Interactive media creation: most settings and attributes can be interactively modified and the results instantly (or near instantly) viewed
Allows and encourages the user to experiment with a variety of settings to achieve the best possible results
Default settings for name, copyright and description text annotations which are embedded in the movie
User definable export file types for QTVR movies (Mac only)
User definable scratch disk volume
User definable startup behavior
A "master orientation" can be specified. Any node added to scene will be aligned to that
Full control over scene boundaries for creating a grid and assigning a scale
Built-in "background" editor allows you to create floor plans or other guides for your scene
Add any number of cylindrical * panoramic movies and/or object movies to your scene
Also supports static images as well as tradition "linear" QuickTime movies to be added as nodes.
Drag-n-drop nodes onto the scene (Mac only)
Create uni- or bi- directional links by "drawing" from one node to another
Automatically creates hot spots in nodes when a link is drawn
"Preview" a node by invoking the "Node Browser", change properties of the node such as name & comment
Adjust automatically generated hot spots position, size and shape or create new hot spots manually, including URL hot spots
View each node as a QTVR movie and test the links without having to generate the scene
Interactively designate entry angles for hot spots by simply "walking" through the scene
Nodes can optionally be re-compressed when generating the final scene, facilitating creating nodes at a high resolution and downsampling based on the intended target (Web, CD, etc.)
QTVR movies are generated quickly with a single mouse click and once generated, the following settings may be interactively and instantly modified:
Movie playback size
Text annotations for name, copyright and description which are embedded in the movie.
Imaging properties for panoramas such as static/motion quality and correction level.
Playback hints such as preload and cache settings.
Final QTVR movie size is displayed in the project document so you can fine tune to meet your size budget without having to leave the environment