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How to create your own photo Synths

Photosynth is a 3D like which will make from tons of your photographs. They are free to do and here's how to do it. You need the above to make a photosynths -

* The Windows Live account

* Microsoft Photosynth (once you log in using your Live account, you can download)

* 4 Microsoft Silverlight

* The camera (preferably one with a fast shutter speed and processor)

How to take photos Photosynth - Most work on the creation of a Photosynth is take pictures. You need to take tons of photos, because at least 200. Technically, you can use a synth in just three shots, but if you want a great synth to make it a lot. If you find yourself confined to a small space you start with fewer shots than you would if you were, say, Disneyland. Of course you're not going to every inch of land in a large area to cover, but the plan for a ridiculous number of shots taken for each position.

Stand in one place. If you have a continuous shutter mode on your camera. So you are in first position and hold it while you are in a circle. If you do not much light in the room and the images disappear, run, or just slow down and stop any camera movement. After you finish running in a circle, tilt the camera up and back during the process. Tilt the camera down and do it a third time. Once you have done three rounds and several photographs, please go to the next position. His next position should not be too far from their current position. Movement of about three meters is good. Cover the soil as much as you want, with 360 degree photos of the three positions mentioned above. When you are satisfied with what you have to take back your images on your computer.

Creating Photosynth - This is the easy part, but it is a bit of waiting. Using the pictures you took, you can quickly with Photosynth Photosynth Microsoft software:

1. Assuming that you logged into your account Photosynth / Windows Live, click the "Upload" button at the top and then "Create Synth" button on the next page. If you have not installed the Photosynth software, the button says "Install Photosynth" instead. Clicking the "Create Synth" starts the application Photosynth.

2. Drag your photos in the window of Photosynth, chose a thumbnail and the name of their new Photosynth.

3. Click the "Synth" in the lower right.

4. Wait for a while, because it will take time to make a Photosynth.

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