panorama software,virtual tour software
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2005-11-21
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Auto Scroll/Pan of Panoramic Images?

I am currently having a problem with having a 1200 x 500 Panoramic Image scroll from left to right during "Movie Playback" mode, however when clicked on from my thumbnail viewer it is able to scroll. could this be ANOTHER BUG? Please prove me wrong. Anybody.

- I made sure that the image was "Actual Size" and NOT "Best Fit".
- Adjusted rotating speed to taste.

Anything else I'm missing here or what? Please advise.

Sample of a tour can be located here.
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114 Views. 1 Reply. Any other help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Your link aint working!

 


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Quote: Originally posted by ajay on December-05-2005

Your link aint working!




That's strange cause it works fine for me.

Try this and thanks for the reply. Hopefully I can get everything to work correctly.

http://www.360res.com/agents/keysal/2725_MacadamiaLane/virtualtour.htm
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Rickske
Im not sure what you are trying to do - r u trying to rotate a non-360 image?
What file size are your pano's? I get the feeling they are pretty large, if so this might be part of your problem.
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Do you have a start and stop position? What length of time is the sequence between these 2 points? Is rotation set for clockwise?

The only other thing I can suggest you check are the proportions of your image. Are you sure the image is not 1200 x 600? May have a problem if your sphericals are not the following proportions (Height = 1/2 the Width).

Good Luck,

Kevin


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Quote: Originally posted by kefinn on November-21-2005

Do you have a start and stop position? What length of time is the sequence between these 2 points? Is rotation set for clockwise?

The only other thing I can suggest you check are the proportions of your image. Are you sure the image is not 1200 x 600? May have a problem if your sphericals are not the following proportions (Height = 1/2 the Width).

Good Luck,

Kevin




Thanks alot for the feedback kefinn, but I think that you're referring to a spherical image rather an a regular still image. If you view the sample above you will know what I am talking about. I believe the 4th picture on the thumbnail scroller. Notice how when it's on "Movie Playback" mode that the image does not "auto-scroll" when it is being viewed, however, if you click on it the "auto-scroll" function begins.

Anybody else got feedback on this or is this another TW BUG that needs to be fixed?

- rickske
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Doesn't matter lickske. If you know how to give it a start and stop position (even on a still), it can do what you want.

Kevin


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Quote: Originally posted by kefinn on November-22-2005

Doesn't matter lickske. If you know how to give it a start and stop position (even on a still), it can do what you want.

Kevin




Tried it out and no luck. Can anyone try to make a sample tour and see if this works? I have no clue what's going on. Kind of frustrating.
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Quote: Originally posted by rickske on November-23-2005
Quote: Originally posted by kefinn on November-22-2005

Doesn't matter lickske. If you know how to give it a start and stop position (even on a still), it can do what you want.

Kevin


Tried it out and no luck. Can anyone try to make a sample tour and see if this works? I have no clue what's going on. Kind of frustrating.


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