TW shouldn't be rushed out unstable and frustrate both users and viewers alike, particularly with mobile device viewing.
Can't wait for the release though. I have customers waiting for this with the promise of mobile compatible tours.
TW 6.5 supports HTML5 tour now, and you can update the installer at http://www.easypano.com/download-tw600.html
Be aware that the html 5 tour can be viewed on your Iphone or Ipad only at the moment. We will release another installer by the end of this week, and you will be able to view the html5 tour with safari on your PC or Mac by then.
If you have license key for TW 6 and would like to activate this update, please transfer your license key under Help in TW 6.0 and use the same key for activation. Please contact email@example.com if you have any problems.
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i converted the panos to cubicle and then the tour starts in iphone, iPad and safari. but the thumbnail pics looks bad.
is there now a solutution to use spherical panos in html5?
there must be, cause the easypano example galerie for iphone, ipad and safari use spherical panos.
here u can see my problem with the thumbnail pics: http://www.360city-guide.com/virtuelletouren/Firma/Bergbahn_Steinplatte/ipad/steinplatte_ipad.html http://www.360city-guide.com/virtuelletouren/Firma/Bergbahn_Steinplatte/ipad/steinplatte_ipad.html
and here u can see what happend if i use spherical panos in html5: http://www.look4eni.com/virtuelletour/_html5/chalet_2011.html
thnxx for ur support
nice greetings greenlife
It is correct that the files will become cube faces with HTML5 output. Input can be Spherical or Cubic, doesn't matter.
iThings don't deal with memory very well. You can replace the thumbnails with your own custom images or set a selected FOV of the scene as if you where making a Flash tour. No problem there.
Quick sample with partial scene view thumbnails at www.omnipix.net/temp/html5
The first issue I see is the joins of the cube in Safari on PC/MAC. On iPhone it displays well. Another is I see where the scroll bars both Vertical and Horizontal would be. It is also very low resolution using the 955px cubes for display on a PC/MAC. Really we should get three (3) tile sizes at html5 publish 1) Safari 2) iPad 3) iPhone as a minimum.
Others may like to give feedback how it displays for them on their iPod, iPhone, iPad, or Safari Browsered Computer.