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New updated--- Tourweaver7.00.120209 !!

Hi all,

Sorry about the waitting about the update.Thank for friends' fedbacks and testing files. 

After testing and developing, now a new version of tourweaver7 is updated:

Builder:7.00.120209

Download:http://www.easypano.com/download/software/tw700_pro.exe

Bug Fixed :

[-]Program crashes when clicking the polygonal hotspot after the target scene is removed.

Bug Fixed for Flash Tour

[-]Hotspot offset.
[-]Radar offset or disappear.
[-]Music is invalid in Standalone SWF tour.
[-]Lens Flare effect doesn't work.

Bug Fixed for HTML5 Tour :

[-]Textarea is invalid in popup window.
[-]Autoplay is invalid for the cylindrical panorama.
[-]Action for Radar in the map is invalid.
[-]Initial position of popup window is wrong .
[-]The components in popup window won't display after reopening the window.


Please transfer your Tourweaver 7 previous key and uninstall it and install the new update!

Any feedbacks are appreciated!

Best regards

Cheer


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David,

I converted your image to Spherical 2:1 canvas and ran some tests.

The largest I can get to publish is 18000x9000 pixels.

Your 25927x2747px Cylindrical panorama will publish for me. But we always get the odd blur near the wrap/join as I showed earlier.

I'd say it has to do with memory management.

At the moment, Easypano can't truthfully claim "Gigapixel" support!

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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Everything is ok now! (hotspots and background image)..Thanks! Me I ask one question more. I didn't understood it from above. Can I transfer my license from tw (7.00 Professional Edition) and use it in Mac version of tw when the version came out.
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Quote: Originally posted by smooth on February-12-2012

David,

I converted your image to Spherical 2:1 canvas and ran some tests.

The largest I can get to publish is 18000x9000 pixels.

Your 25927x2747px Cylindrical panorama will publish for me. But we always get the odd blur near the wrap/join as I showed earlier.

I'd say it has to do with memory management.

At the moment, Easypano can't truthfully claim "Gigapixel" support!

Regards, Smooth [8D]


Thats too bad, at least 6.5 is working for us. Thanks for all your testing!!

 

David


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Bugs Not fixed with the new version 700120209*

1.- Preview Mode and Published files : You can not see Polygonal Hotspots.( Last version that works fine was 700111111 ) NOT FIXED

2.-Multi Language still published when un-cheked. NOT FIXED

Bugs Fixed:

SWF : Music FIXED
Lens Flare: FIXED
FLASH and MEDIA: FIXED

Im sure that Easypano team will soon solve the Polygonal Hotspot problems

Regards
*Tested with Windows XP SP3 32bits ,Flash Player 1101.102.55, Java 6 update 30 and java 7.02.


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Again my tests show Polygonal Hotspots no problem (both preview and publish). Obviously it is some hardware or software incompatibility with your computer.

V3D360,

You have a misunderstanding of the term debug.

Software can have "bugs" like a dog can have fleas. You can deflea a dog (by removing the fleas).

You can debug software by removing "bugs". You cannot remove debugs! That doesn't make sense.

Hope this helps with your English.

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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OK so I still have not been able to succesfully publish a project in version 7. Even using this new version the file will only load to 10%

Here are two links to the exact same Tour, One published in version 7, the other in Version 6.5

Please test these and see if you have the same loading issues as I'm having.

Version 6.5

http://library.mansfield.ohio-state.edu/mediaservices/ZionTest/Published_in_Tourweaver_%206.5/Zion_Zion%20National%20Park%207%20Test%20Prototype.html

 

Version 7

http://library.mansfield.ohio-state.edu/mediaservices/ZionTest/Published_in_Tourweaver7/Zion_Zion%20National%20Park%207%20Test%20Prototype.html

 

Best,

David


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I'm guessing the tour was built with Tourweaver 6.5?

Your TW7 version is only loading to 10% for me also.

Have you tried to build a tour with version 7 from scratch? Build something small and test. Something just isn't compatible.

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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When should we expect TW 7 for Mac?
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Quote: Originally posted by smooth on February-09-2012

....Have you tried to build a tour with version 7 from scratch? Build something small and test. Something just isn't compatible....


Yes, I have done that with the same result, I can't even get it to preview inside of tourweaver. The only success I've had in previewing a v7 file is when the image dimensions of my panoramas are reduced to a horizontal value of 7999 pixels or less, prior to adding them to the scene list. This is obvioulsy too small for a quality 360 pano. We've discussed this in a previous forum as well.

http://www.easypano.com/forum/display_topic_threads.asp?ForumID=6&TopicID=6565&PagePosition=3


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Quote: Originally posted by David_OSU on February-09-2012
The only success I've had in previewing a v7 file is when the image dimensions of my panoramas are reduced to a horizontal value of 7999 pixels or less, prior to adding them to the scene list. This is obvioulsy too small for a quality 360 pano.

OK, so you are using "cylindrical" panorama images? 8000 pixels wide is plenty for quality. In fact, that would be classed as on the larger size for panoramas that aren't multi-resolution. At 8000px that would give a cube face of over 2500px.

I don't know of many who would exceed 8000px for web display.

What sizes are you wanting to use and why?

Regards, Smooth [8D]