The Spherical camera setting is gone in Terragen v4.5.71.
I am running Terragen under Windows 11. Might be relevant. I had no problems installing Terragen though.
Is there a know solution, or a fix on the way?
Under Windows 10, the spherical camera option is available for Terragen 4.5.71.
Can anyone else using Windows 11 please confirm this?
Is it there when you double click the camera to view in a new window? UI may be trimming it so it's not partially visible, and also thinks that block is bigger than it is (even though it clearly would fit).
It is possible to try super resolutions and try a higher resolution. (Super resolutions can go past monitor limits while looking fine)
A little more information:
I got a new computer, with Windows 11, about a month ago, and that is the one that has the problem with the missing Spherical camera setting.
I checked my old computer yesterday, and on that machine I can see the setting. I upgraded that computer to Windows 11 only a few days ago, so on the computer where the Spherical setting is present, I installed Terragen on Windows 10, and upgraded to Windows 11 after.
The new computer has a screen resolution of 2560x1440. I don't have access to the old computer right now. I'll check the resolution when I get back home.
One thing, I do not know if this is a bug or not: I am working on a scene with a planet seen from space. There are procedural stars in the background. When I rendered a 360 panorama on the old computer, all I got was a picture of the background stars. The planet was not visible.
I'll try doing a 360 panorama render closer to the ground this weekend.
did you get this working? When you installed Terragen on the new computer did you also install the license key file?
Not that it's helpful really, but just confirming it is present on Mac
Quote from: Matt on March 15, 2022, 04:46:24 AM@HenrikM did you get this working? When you installed Terragen on the new computer did you also install the license key file?
Yes, I did.
Sorry for the late answer.