panorama software,virtual tour software
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2005-02-08
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Choppy Tour Playback

I have just emailed tech support but the forum seems to have many experienced users so here's my situation.  I have created my first tour with TW Pro and it plays online fine with my desktop computer but I want to use my laptop to show prospective clients.  I am using a Gateway with Pentium III, 701 mhz processor, 384 RAM, Explorer 6 and have downloaded the latest JVM.  When I access the tour, my playback is hesitant and choppy.  Any suggestions.  The URL is http://www.alaskarama.com/tourviewer_sunsetview.html
Thanks, Wayne
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It works fine.... however it is a bit choppy. How large are the image files?
If I only had an hour to chop down a tree... I'd spend 45 mins sharpening the axe.
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works fine here too. but choppy as mentioned.
can you please send me that hand pointing you used for hot spots? thats :)

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Doesn't look bad to me using Sun Java but you might try the old Microsoft Java Virtual Machine on your laptop to make it smoother.
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#5

Yup,

Using Microsoft JVM the tours displays fine.

Just install Microsoft JVM to your laptop and make it default for IE6.0 and your display will be great.

Regards, Smooth


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Problem seemed to be solved by deleting the older version of Java. In my troubleshooting I found that Microsoft no longer provides JVM, so I would not want to tell viewers they need it to view the tour. Hopefully the agreement between Microsoft and Java is a good one and these bugs get worked out.
Alaska, we're all here because we're not all there.