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Fri, May 14, 2021 9:30 PM

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Photoshop 2021 - spherical panorama editing issue

Hello, I've using Photoshop to remove tripods from panoramic photos for years. With the same workflow, I've never encountered this problem until now.

1. Open 360/pano image in Photoshop

2. Select 3D/Spherical Panorama/New Panorama Layer From Selected Layer(s)

Then I encounter this (screen snippet) when I try to spin the pano for editing: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CtJnCWV9XGMsK8py-gczT10KjU3Tjh25/view?usp=sharing

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90 Points

8分前

Hi. I'm experiencing the same issue. Have you managed to resolve it yet?

Many thanks,

Mark

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170 Points

8分前

Been having the exact same problem... any luck?

Thanks,

Pablo.

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8分前

Found the answer elsewhere, at the Adobe Support Community, hope it works for you guys:

If you are using v22.4, then to use 3D you will need to go to Preferences > Technology Previews > and check Deactivate Native Canvas. Then press OK and restart Photoshop.

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/known-issues.html

It worked like a charm to me.

Good luck you all!

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Didn't work for me. This option is greyed-out ...  Select 3D/Spherical Panorama/New Panorama Layer From Selected Layer(s)

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Try the Adobe Support Community. Seems they're more active over there.

Good luck!

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markschorah1, are your images 32bits? I've read somewhere this feature won't work with 32bits images. If so, try opening one of them, changing it to a 16 or maybe 8bits channel, and check if the Spherical Panorama is available.

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Thanks for that. I've decided to download an earlier version of PS as a solution.

Cheers,

Mark

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Thanks Mark - I had the same issues. Downgrading to V22.4.1 did the job for now. I hope Adobe will fix this soon.
I am using 8K images from an Insta360 Pro Cam.

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5分前

I have never been a specialist in editing photos, but I genuinely want to learn how to do it. For me, Photoshop is a complicated tool. I use the basic Lightroom for organizing and process and a site to resize image online, which works perfectly for me. I saw a course for Adobe on Coursera and hope I can manage to understand it. Many say you do not need to have a degree in photography to do it. It is enough creativity, patience, and little time. Do you think I can learn to do it in a month? I doubt my skills lol