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Quick Time and QTVR on the NOVA Web site (back to top) Q: What is the NOVA Player?
You have to make sure the camera is level and the optical center of the lens is directly over the centerpoint of the tripod. You also have to make sure that there are as few moving objects, such as people, near the edges of your photos; they can complicate the stitching process.
And depending on the focal length of the lens you're using, you must take a set number of pictures a set number of degrees apart from one another.
Quick Time software is available for Windows OS and for Macintosh OS. A: Quick Time VR (for "Virtual Reality") is one of the most striking technologies on the World Wide Web today.
If you don't already have the Quick Time software on your system, it is worth every second of the few minutes it takes to download it onto your hard disk and install it. Quick Time images give you an extraordinary sense of being there, on location where the photographs that were used to build the VR were taken.
While we always keep the first goal in mind, the second goal means that on occasion we make use of new and exciting Internet technology that will not always be usable with all browsers at all times.
Q: Can I send a copy of the NOVA Player to someone else? Q: I saw something on the NOVA Player last week and now I can't find it. A: Content featured on the first window of the Player is usually shifted to the second and then third windows on subsequent weeks. If you can't find it on the Player, we recommend you visit pbs.org/nova and do a search for it.
Get the Real Player software The Real Media streaming file format allows you to listen to sound files or see video files over the net without having to wait for the whole file to download.
A: The NOVA Player is an interactive broadband media player that offers an automatically updated menu of NOVA features, including previews of upcoming shows, podcasts, and complete episodes from the archive. It's currently running as a pilot collaboration between the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, eight public television stations around the country, and the producers of NOVA at WGBH Boston. A: If you've confirmed you have Quick Time version 6.1 or higher installed on your computer, please contact us via the feedback form, letting us know as much as you can about your Quick Time version, operating system type and version, and Web browser type and version (if you were trying to view the NOVA Player embedded in a Web page), as well as details of what happened when you tried to access the player.
Some stations will distribute it as a file to its members while others will embed it directly on their Web site. A: You need a broadband internet connection and Quick Time version 6.1 or higher. Q: Can I get a copy of the NOVA Player for my local public television station Web site?
Quick Time is available as a free download for both Windows and Macintosh computers (see "How do I get the free Quick Time software? A: The NOVA player is currently in a pilot phase and is only available from eight specially selected public television stations.