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    Daniel
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    Good day ladies and gents,

    I couldn’t really tell where I should do a proper introduction post, but I will do so in the future.

    I was wondering if any of you are willing to share/debate some desktop computer configurations that you are using to edit/assembly your panos.

    At this moment I am at an early stage of my business plan that I hope to make it happen really soon. I need to do my budgeting chapter and I was wondering if what I plan to do is unreasonable.

    I will start with a setup that I had in mind studying different articles and posts on various forums about this:

    Dual 27″ 4K monitor setup, a single RTX 2080Ti video card paired with a Intel i9-9900K, 64GB of memory and a pair of NVMe SSDs, and of course the rest of necessary peripherals.

    Please, chime in.

    -Dan

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    That’s GOT to be plenty of horsepower Daniel. If you’re just thinking about doing photo stitching with PTGUI or another similar photo stitching program it ought to be more than enough.  The RTX 2080Ti is a powerful graphics card.

    Are you also thinking about adding full-motion video into your virtual tours as well? If you’re going to have a card like that you should think about adding video into your business plan for sure!  It will handle it I think.

    Think mixed media. Panoramas, drone video, and amazing still photos to cover all the bases.

    Sincerely,

    Jason
    https://www.RealTourVision.com

    Jason LaVanture
    RTV, Inc
    Direct 231-932-1586
    https://www.RealTourVision.com

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