For Rob and others
Most folks probably do not know how the player actually works. So I will briefly explain.
The 'glittery' appearance is probably caused by over sharpening of the panorama and rotation speed is too fast. Suggest slowing the rotation and try not to sharpen the image too much.
Most folks compare image quality of seeing a panorama to seeing a movie taken with a movie camera. Both are different display techniques.
A panorama viewer is actually displaying 1 still image seen in sucessive screen views from a slightly different angle. Example. Initial view is a portion of a larger image, displayed in a viewer box. The applet then is told to rotate or move 1 tenth of 1 degree to the right and refresh the screen. Rotate 1 tenth of 1 degree to the right and again refresh the screen and so on. Rotation distance of 4ths of 1 degree is a bigger step to the right then refresh the screen. Bigger steps means faster rotation speed.
We use 2 tenths of 1 degree for a slow screen crawl rotation. Screen refreshes come from your video card. Most applets display at 30 frame refresh rate per second to avoid 'flicker' The human eye can see flicker with frame refreshes less than 30fps.
Hope that helps
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