If you want to adjust the tilt or orientation of the image with Hugin, see the post Hugin HowTo: Adjust THETA Image Tilt and Centering. Although there are better techniques to get a crop such as using Affinity Photo, This technique is useful for a quick crop.
Grabbing a flat rectangular section out of a full 360 photosphere is a cool function, in my opinion. Thanks for posting.
I think there’s other ways to flatten the images that are easier. However, this is fairly quick to produce many crops quickly just by rotating the sphere and saving the new project file. All three of these images are made in a few minutes with the crop technique. It might be useful for surveillance, construction, or even social media if you reduce the width.
Maybe something like this below with the caption, “stuck on land helping Dad take pictures #wannasurf”
this is the original file for all the images in the two posts.
Hi Peeps. Hope someone reads this. I am on a mac and trying to export out an image from a spherical 360. I have selected my crop but every time I save it results in a 1kb file (ie. empty). This in turn means that i cannot get a final panoramic out of it. Can you please help? Thanks!
Sorry, I’ve used Hugin several times (but not in a couple months) but never had this problem. I don’t have a specific answer. Have you tried the Hugin forum? http://forum.hugin.com/
Can you upload the image that you’re trying to crop?