panorama software,virtual tour software
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TW2 - Viewer

So how about making the actual viewer handle images better maybe like PTViewer/QT its been around for a long time.

I love the new interface - if you work with flash/dreamweaver you pick it up real fast.
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I think the new 2.0 player is THE big step forward beside the GUI. What do you think is better with ptviewer/QT? You don't compare the TW 1.3 to these players, do you?

Michael

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Quote: Originally posted by mstoss on February-01-2007
I think the new 2.0 player is THE big step forward beside the GUI. What do you think is better with ptviewer/QT? You don't compare the TW 1.3 to these players, do you?

Michael

They pan much smoother and don't screen flicker and YES I do compare with version 1.3 of Tourweaver. (although fullscreen was not an option with v1.3)

Regards, Smooth


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Hi Smooth

TW2 look pretty good up to press, love the ability to now be able to use more than on floorplan, you are right the pans are displayed a lot better now much smoother on lower spec based PC's.

I love the build in feature that lets the veiwer open up full screen and the new GUI once you have played with it for 1/2 hour or so does seem very user freindley.  If the Upgrade price to 1.3 user is going to be around the $200 mark then i can see the value in upgrading.

Out of intrest do you know a workround for the full screen feature that can be used in TW1.3 has this is the bit that impress me the most.

Many thanks

Jonpaul

 


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Jonpaul
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When I look at TWviewer 1.3 and even 2.0 as compared to QT and PT the edge warping at FOV <95degrees is a lot worse (the stretching effect). I did not notice a big difference in the way panos are displayed, however it does seem to run cleaner without jumping and temporary blackouts, particularly on slower/older computers.