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2010-04-20
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TW5 Pro - Jerky

I'm creating tours containing images 6000x3000 !

Each time I add a hotspot, this one makes my tour more jerky.
The square rounding the hotspot is drawn before (or after) the image !

It can NOT be due to my PC (Quad core extreme 2.9GHz, 8GB RAM and graphic adapter FX3700 1GB).

What is wrong ?


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2010-04-30
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We have been using 6000x3000 eq panos for years as full screen versions. using compression of 50 in PS, sometimes less! we can generally get the images down to around 1-1.5mg with no discernable loss in quality.
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[:D] interresting !

What are your "publish settings" ?

I'll try to compress my panoramas and see how it works


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2010-04-30
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Hey there,

I'm assuming this jerkiness is on the published tour and not the preview function in TW?  That preview function is almost always jerkier than the published tour.


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2010-04-30
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Mine are at 5000x2500 3MB and then I select the 50% option in TW4 publish settings. Seems to work OK for me. No complaints from my customers, yet.
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2010-05-17
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mine are 4500x2250 and clean enough for full screen. (1 - 1,5 MB)
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2010-04-21
#7

For starters... 6000 x 3000 seems kind of large.  I've been producing tours at 5000 x 2500 and have been very pleased with the results.

Are your tours spherical or cubic?



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2010-04-21
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They are sphericals.

Do I have to convert them into cubic ?


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2010-04-22
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Technically cubics require less processing power then sphericals.  I want to point out however that I frequently use sphericals in my tours with no problems.  Try reducing the overall size of your images first.

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2010-04-23
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I'll try to build 5000x2500 tour !

Let you know ;-)


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