I need a simple (most cost-effective way) program (web-based, or application) that will simulate what QTVR does with fisheye photos, but with video.
It needs to take the looping video file (.avi, .mpg), and be able to have some viewing simulation that would give the illusion as if you're looking around the room and seeing the motion of the video, but in the exact way the QTVRs work. For example, you can look left, right, up, and down like a VR, but as you do so, you see everything moving. The end result would be rendered as a .mov file, or interactive flash file (if possible). Whichever is easiest for you to produce, with the best quality.
I would need the following controls for how much of the video would be in view when the .mov is first loaded in the browser:
- Field of view height and width (tells how much of the video file is in view when the file is loaded)
- Start co ordinance / hotspot tool to tell the file where to start out
- Ability to add compression to the file (select % of compression bar in the controls)
It's pretty much a program that will work as a virtual scope of the video file... telling the program which and how many pixels to display in the view and provide control with the .mov file to move in any direction as the video plays.
I'm looking for the lowest bid and good feedback here at scriptlance.