Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Papervision 3D
- Actionscript 3 comes after Actionscript 2, in the
evolution of Flash
action scripting and object oriented programming. It's
used in Flash 9.
Here are links to the information on Adobe's
--- sphereworks <sphereworkspete@...>
> I agree with you Hans for the average home user
> computer - most now
> are far faster than what they really need.
> The problem is with corporate networks who don't
> upgrade their
> computers inless they realy have to. My friend has
> to produce flash
> content for computers down to around 1.4 processor
> speeds, 256ram and
> basic graphics cards. This to would be the same
> concern for council
> websites as their data needs to be accessible by
> everyone. They
> can't discriminate against thouse with slow
> computers, just as they
> can't discriminate against blind people who have a
> legal right to
> access the website. I have a good friend who works
> with our local
> councils web team who is always telling me about the
> problems they
> have with accessability on the site. Lots of fun !!
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Hans Nyberg"
> <hans@...> wrote:
> > --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "sphereworks"
> <sphereworkspete@> wrote:
> > >
> > > I've just had a look at http://panosalado.com,
> the image didn't
> > > as smooth as a lot of the new Flash images
> around, including the
> > > I produce with Pano2VR. The smaller image on
> panosalado wasn't
> > > bad but when I went full screen it was jerky -
> though I will pass
> > > link on to my Flash friend to see what he thinks
> of it.
> > >
> > > 'Define slower computers.' - I suppose about
> 7-10 years old, I
> > > ask my friend to clarify that.
> > > >
> > > The Papervision 3D link I gave show's really bad
> distortions and
> > > isn't a full sphere - I don't like it one bit
> and it's probably
> > > of the worst VR images I've seen. What I'm
> trying to find out is
> > > the image runs the same on an older computer as
> it does on a
> > > computer. But I think someone else answered by
> saying Flash 10
> > > improve this and should wait until that comes
> out fully?
> > I doubt that flash 10 will in any way improve the
> performance on
> slower computers.
> > When you do improvements in quality as we expect
> from Flash 10 we
> should expect the
> > opposite.
> > I have the Beta 10 installed on my old PowerBook
> and for the
> current versions of
> > panorama viewers there is no difference.
> > The Beta flash 10 viewer from KRPano performs very
> bad on it.
> > I also do not think you should look at performance
> on slower than 1
> gHz processors.
> > And FPP KRPano and Pano2VR runs fine on them if
> you set the
> correct parameters.
> > Forget about those with older computers. New
> computers come at
> prices so low that there
> > is just waist of work to try and get the few
> people with real old
> computers included in your
> > target.
> > Look at CNN and many of the large news sites. Do
> they design their
> sites to be viewed on
> > an old 400mHZ Pentium with 800x600 screen.
> > No of course not, it is a pain seeing most of the
> internet on those
> > We have to look forward not backwards.
> > Hans
- On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 2:07 PM, Hans Nyberg <hans@...> wrote:
> > I could see the cubes still loaded behind the cyls for example.Patrick, Hans, Sacha ....
> Same here
> Mac dual Core 2.0 G5 8 GB Ram OS 10.4.11 Safari
> 1st only BlackandWhite ? Intentional or a preview?
> at No 3 it started to get very unresposible.
> 4 Did not load. Just a blink of it.
> 5 the QTVR Totally freezing after loaded. Jumped around a couple of times
> by it self.
ALL is PERFECT
no problem at all
I've tried different times and different ways, and all worked fine !
intel 2.33 ghz
Core 2 Duo
OS X 10.4.11
6 GB RAM
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