Bill Luken's software download page
The following software can be downloaded from here:
Rotate or flip a Quicktime video:
Does your digital camera capture Quicktime videos? Have you ever
tried to capture a scene in "portrait" format by turning the camera
90 degrees, like you do with still photos?
The utilities in the Quicktime six-pack will make it possible to
view the resulting video with Apple's Quicktime player.
Rotate a Quicktime video by a multiple of 90 degrees, flip
horizontally, or flip vertically.
Six tiny utilities, each less than 10k bytes.
These six utilities should work for any Quicktime video with a moov atom.
They do not work for Quicktime videos with a cmov atom.
The following software can tell you whether a Quicktime video
has a moov atom or a cmov atom.
Create a textual description of a Quicktime .mov file:
Create a textual description of an avi or wav (riff) file:
Create an xml-based textual description of a Shockwave Flash .swf file:
ActiveX for PanoramIX for PowerPC-based Macintosh computers:
- IBM HotMedia-Panorama panoramic image stitching utility.
Create panoramic scenes from flat photographs:
- PanoramIX Panorama Studio. Create panoramic scenes from flat
photographs, add animated overlays, hot spots, and depth maps:
- Deutsche Sprachversion des IBM HotMedia-Panorama panoramische
- Deutsche Sprachversion des PanoramIX Panorama Studio:
- PanoramIX panorama browser for PowerPC-based Macintosh computers:
- Netscape plug-in for PanoramIX for PowerPC-based Macintosh computers:
Normally, this should be installed automatically when you load a
web page that uses the PanoramIX ActiveX control.
Netscape plug-in for PanoramIX for PowerPC-based Macintosh computers,
with Java extensions for interactive web pages:
PanoramIX image stitching utility for PowerPC-based Macintosh computers.
This is based on an older version of the sofware contained in the PC versions.
A combination of all four PanoramIX modules for PowerPC-based Macintosh
computers: PanoramIX-PPC.sit.hqx, PanoramIX-nPPC.sit.hqx, PanoramIX-aPPC.hqx, and
PanoramIX installation module for Windows PCs:
This can be used in cases where the automatic installation does not work.
Click here for more information.
PanoramIX ActiveX control:
Pix32.cab is normally installed
automatically the first time one uses MS Internet Explorer to load
a web page that uses the PanoramIX ActiveX control.
IBM HotMedia-Panorama Java version of PanoramIX:
Includes class files, instructions, and an example.
Netscape plug-in for PanoramIX, with Java extensions
for interactive web pages:
An example of how to include a PanoramIX scene in a web page:
Another example of how to include a PanoramIX scene in a web page:
Created August 6, 2002.
Updated Sept. 25, 2002.
Updated Feb. 12, 2003.
Updated June 20, 2005.
Updated June 5, 2013.