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2010-11-29
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kind of Moire Problem

Hello!

I have a very serious problem!
If you watch this example, there is a horrible effekt when the pano runs with the player. Fullscreen is not a big deal! But in this example this effect is very strong! normaly this effekt can be ignored, I guess Flash Player cant handle it better. I tryed not sharpen, resize etc... but allways more or less with this poor result.

lock!

please, if you have any idea, your place in heaven....
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You will need to use the dual size option in the Publish settings and size down for the initial view and call the fullsize when going fullscreen.

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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thanks smooth,

when size down the normal scene viewer, lets say 85%, the result is very unsharp. Even at fullsceen!
And it doesnt matter if I choose 10% or 99%. the same result!
did I undersand you correctely?
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The "fullscreen" version shouldn't differ at all from your original panorama.

Possibly better to make your own compression and sharpness with Photoshop and replace the images in the 1 and 2 folder (retaining the "exact" same file names as Tourweaver produces) in the published tour folder. Doing this will though exclude you from the encryption option though.

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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TW is doing well this job till a certain point.
in Folder 1 the reduced file which locks good when I open it in a viewer. In folder 2 the original full size file.
But if I start the generated HTML file it shows again totally unsharp! strange!
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Oh yes... wow... moire city.

File 1... File 2? HHmmm... I didn't realise we could up two images. I've been fairly happy with the 900x600 screen viewer size I've chosen as a base viewer size to display my 4000x2000 panos.

One client however noticed that on his screen fullscreen started looking somewhat pixalated and asked for larger file sizes to compensate for screen size/resolution issues. However i still didn't get the moire issues even with 5000x2500 image.

i did notice the file1 file 2 aspect though but it was full of slices. So does EP by default create 2 file with the say 85% image and the original and we should just the repalce the downsized version?
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#7

Hello Arpito ,

I have submited your problem to our developer.When we find a sulotion for this problem , I will send it to you at once.


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