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What and where is this?


Straight out of the Tourweaver 6.0 Pro help file. Also mentioned on the Tourweaver Video Tuition page 

3D sound to me is directional sound. Was this left out? Have I missed it completely? Maybe it's still to come?

What is the answer?

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Smooth

Nice scene and the sound is awesome...


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Thanks Lee,

Those crowd scene panos can be a lot of work. There is about a dozen for this tour. I made the wife carry around the H2 Zoom recorder for sound. Which she graciously did. These are a family collaboration. 

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> 3D sound to me is directional sound

That's it, i think, a directional sound. I don't think that flash is able to provide 3D sound at all.
Might be wrong, though...

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I already do 3D directional sound with different Flash software.

See example here

The panorama contains 4 different directional sounds (some subtle)

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Hi Smooth, Here is a quick sample done in EP TW6.

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Quote: Originally posted by Kerry Rudy on October-08-2010
Hi Smooth, Here is a quick sample done in EP TW6.

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Kerry

Terrific, where is the settings within TW6?

There is no mention in the Help files.

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Smooth, It is an swf file that I made from an mp3 and placed it on the piano. I noticed this when I placed one on a TV in a pano.

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Thanks Kerry,

Yes Brick just replied to my support ticket and explained that it is video file (or better a .flv) file that is used. A very strange (workaround) not really a implementation of directional audio, at least not a resolved feature.

Not really anywhere as I would have expected for a "sound" feature but useful to a point none the less. Possibly would have been better if it worked with standard .swf files instead of .flv files. Like I said, this is really a workaround.

Really this should have made the Help file documentation. I'm not a fan of chasing shadows. Pano2VR has me chasing them often also.

Well, lets see if I can put it to use!

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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This is really nothing new, right? I remember your pano of the train station and that was few years back.
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Quote: Originally posted by pixelator on October-09-2010
This is really nothing new, right? I remember your pano of the train station and that was few years back.

Well, it's certainly new for Tourweaver and a great addition.

But no, as you know I have been doing these with PTViewer (Java) since around 2004. I then had Thomas introduce into Pano2VR awhile back.

It is nice that we can now do something similar with Tourweaver. [:)]

I just didn't know what the procedure was, nor did I understand why it was mentioned everywhere in advertising yet wasn't documented.

Regards, Smooth [8D]