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2007-11-05
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Jerky!!

Hi, to all and please Help!

Here I post two links to a same tour or project of tour. One in flash and the other in Java. At the moment the one that makes it difficult to me is the java version and to go further I need to solve some problems. In java the movement while pano is a lot erratic and jerky. Almost impossible to view. Any thoughts??? BTW, as mentioned in a topic I posted the other day in this image again is a wrinkle to see at the middle of the screen, noticeable when passing over objects. (Smooth, maybe this time you see it). In these cases I always mention that the size of the panorama is respecting the rule of the 2.5 the size of the screen and is about 400 kb before publishing.
Please any suggestions will be welcome.

Flash: http://www.msk360.com.ar/images/pruebas/upload/flash/TourWeaver_Project7.html

Java:
http://www.msk360.com.ar/images/pruebas/upload/java/TourWeaver_Project7.html

Thanks and regards, Martin


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2007-11-07
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Really, nobody can help me with this??

Thanks again, Martin


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2007-11-07
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You are doing nothing wrong that I can see. Personally if I really have to publish a JAVA tour these days I use version 2.00.070301. The versions after that exhibit the jerky behavior because there is no way to slow down the pan when interacting with the image. You can set your pan speed slower and it won't be so jerky but when you interact with the image it is hard to control in version 3 and later versions of 2. Stick with flash if you can. The picture quality is not quite as good but it sure cut down on the problem tickets on my side.

I just looked on my server for a comparison tour from build 301 and after 301. I could not find it but the difference is pretty evident. The first thing I did with TW3 was check to see if EP fixed the interactive pan speed in JAVA and it appears to be the same as the later version 2 builds.
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2007-11-09
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I am experiencing the Jerky behaviour as well as the shimmering distortion around horizontal and vertical lines when panning in both the Java and the Flash output.  This was not happening in TW2.

Below are two examples of some client work.  I am using 2800 pixel width images in spherical output in both cases. 

 
TW2 Tour in Java
 
 

Alan R
www.enviroscopics.com
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Hi, Alan! I can observe what you mention specially the spark like lines. also the wrinkle i mention in my post is in your java tour. I mena the one in the middle of the screen, vertical line, that produces a a"fold" in the image. You can see it for example in the fisrta pano (java) "climbing" on the roof while panning. But in my case this is something I can tolerate, as i believe that maybe a normal viewer will not notice it, but the jerky movement in my example posted above is something that makes it almost impossible to show. I observe that when simply moving the mouse over the screen while playing the movement reacts in a way. This movement did not happen in TW 2.0.

Regards, Martin


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I am trying to be optimistic about the flash product because this seems to be the pathway that EP is determined to take.  I like the potential of what Flash can offer but my primary inerest is in good image presentation which TW2 has.  I think I am going to stay with TW2 until the flash product can offer something close to this quality.
Alan R
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2007-11-12
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I agree - I have activated TW3 on my computer but have continued to produce tours in TW2 because the output seems better... Easypano please give us an answer of what to expect? Have you given up on updating TW3?
Will Best
Virtual Impressions Inc.
Real Estate Virtual Tours and Floor Plans