Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Best Flash Player: krpano
- On Mon, 28 Apr 2008 21:45:30 +0900, Hans Nyberg <hans@...> wrote:
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Flemming V. Larsen" <fvl@...> wrote:This seems to me a very elegant approach. I like the fact that the small
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Hans Nyberg"
> > > This is easy to do with FPP. At least as long as you do not have a
>> > navigation
>> > implemented in the pano.
>> Can you tell me how? I did make a xml-code for immervisions doing this
>> several years ago; but i'm still not that familiar with FPP's
> Ok here is a simple demo in an iframe. 600x400
panorama loads quickly and that clicking on the "full screen" button
immediately gives me a reasonable quality display, with the higher full-
screen resolution image starting to load in background at once. The switch
over to the true high-res image (appreciably better, of course!) is also
smooth and automatic. Very nice indeed, and requiring little user
knowledge other than recognizing the "full-screen" button.
I also like the fact that the large files can be hosted on MY server...
and the customers can easily fine-tune the presentation of the smaller
I think I will try to imitate this. Or maybe even duplicate it if you
are prepared to help...
- Alan Pinstein wrote:
> Where did you read that KRPano is built on Papervision? I just read aAlan,
> long interview with him, and to me it doesn't sound like he uses
> Papervision at all...
You're right. In fact I posted my own correction the following day. I
also encouraged / help Klaus join this forum so we can all benefit more
directly from his input.
Thanks for the article links. We can obviously look forward to great
things from Klaus. The panning smoothness alone is impressive.
*WITTE *ON* LOCATION*
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