panorama software,virtual tour software
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Deeplinking, Fullscree, Facebook, HTML5

Hi there,

I seem to recall having read something about deep-linking to a given pano here a while ago. Anyone got any suggestions as I have a 20 pano tour for a hotel and they'd like the tour to start at a given room when linked from room categories from their site.

My 4000x2000 pix 1-2 MB pano work perfectly well in both 900x600 default size viewer I publish and at fullscreen. However how can I add a larger, 6000x3000 pano to be acticated when viewed ion fullscreen?

I'd like to add a Facebook "like" button to the tour ithout having to embed the tour into a site. Can I do that? If so how?

Still new to TW I was hoping someone can help me with HTML5 output.

Thanks ever so much

bob
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Deep Linking Concept was covered by forum member Madmux.

You should use the percentage of original panorama in the Flash publish settings.

Publish>Publish Settings (Window)>Flash VR (Tab)>Scene: Pano Size in Normal Scene Viewer (Checkbox)>X?% Of Original Pano

If you wish to use 6000x3000 as the fullscreen option you should use 50% to display 3000x1500 pixels in the "normal" non fullscreen display.

Sorry, I don't know anything about Facebook and nor do I want to. Maybe somebody who thinks social networking is "fun" or worthwhile can contribute and comment on this matter?

HTML5 is flakey at best with all panoramas. But Tourweaver is capable to publish basic results. See the limitations in the Easypano Tourweaver (F1) help files.

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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I add the facebook like and tweet buttons in the html file.

Thread on it HERE

 


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Thanks Pixel [:^:]

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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Thankyou both very much.
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