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Re: [PanoToolsNG] 360 object photography that works oin Safari On an Ipad ?

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  • Matt Smith
    I choose it because it had a save all option that was scriptable. Originally I was hoping to do the work on the fly on the server. It didn t work. All of the
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 18, 2011
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      I choose it because it had a "save all" option that was scriptable.

      Originally I was hoping to do the work on the fly on the server. It
      didn't work. All of the files are to different.

      Matt Smith
      PhotoSpherix
      317.396.5791
      Spin 360 Product Photography
      Indianapolis, Indiana USA
      http://www.photospherix.com

      On Apr 18, 2011, at 3:43 PM, Paulo Fernandes wrote:

      > Lol is step 6 mandatory??
      >> Find out you did not have a big enough harddrive.
      >>
      > There has always been a way to decompile swf to fla and/or extract
      > content, the trick is to use obfuscation strategies to avoid it.
      > But I didn't knew Flaex, I'll take a look at it thanks.
      >
      > Sent from my iPhone
      >
      > On 18 de Abr de 2011, at 19:33, Matt Smith
      > <masmith@...> wrote:
      >
      >> Man how an email can get you working down a direction that can expend
      >> so much time. I figured it was about time to convert some of our old
      >> 360's to ipod/ipad versions.
      >>
      >> With the help of Flaex and Automator, we are in the process of
      >> converting 1800 objects over to sequential images and that makes them
      >> ready for the ipad/ipod
      >>
      >> The trouble we had is that some of the work is old enough that the
      >> energy to "touch" the original files is very very difficult. So, and
      >> this is why I am posting, if you have flash versions, but the
      >> originals are hard to find. You can decompile the source to get the
      >> images. Keep in mind only follow these directions if you own the
      >> originals!@!!!!!!!!
      >>
      >> This work flow is on a MAC
      >>
      >> Find all of your swf's
      >> Put them in a folder
      >> download FLAEX
      >> Create automator script to open each swf and save the .tiff images
      >> run script. Leave for weekend
      >> Find out you did not have a big enough harddrive.
      >> Delete extra images in each folder(ie buttons, detail views logos and
      >> such)
      >> Make another script to rename every item sequentially in folder to
      >> folder name plus sequence.
      >> Have photoshop go through and add web address and save as .jpg
      >> Fix OSX where you have to many things in a folder.(1800 x 20 images
      >> each)
      >> Write another script to move all of the images back to their own
      >> folder.
      >>
      >> Matt Smith
      >> PhotoSpherix
      >> 317.396.5791
      >> Spin 360 Product Photography
      >> Indianapolis, Indiana USA
      >> http://www.photospherix.com
      >>
      >> On Apr 13, 2011, at 7:58 AM, Keith Martin wrote:
      >>
      >>> Matt, thanks very much for posting those three object movie
      >>> solutions. I took a look and came to some conclusions of my own...
      >>>
      >>>> I just came across this one and I am going to look through it.
      >>>> http://codecanyon.net/item/mini-360-degrees-viewer/discussion/
      >>>> 165347
      >>>
      >>> Name: Mini 360 Viewer
      >>> Commercial license, although very cheap. Looks very simple to use.
      >>> Here's the link to the actual demos:
      >>> http://codecanyon.net/item/mini-360-degrees-viewer/full_screen_preview/165347
      >>>
      >>>
      >>>
      >>>> otherwise.
      >>>> http://jquery.vostrel.cz/reel
      >>>
      >>> Name: Reel 1.1.1
      >>> Far more interesting, to me anyway. It explicitly supports
      >>> alternative images depending on the direction of the drag, which is
      >>> cool. It supports inertia and continual motion with a flick. And
      >>> finally, it is free, published under GPL. (But someone should tell
      >>> the developer to stop wasting time with flat panoramas!)
      >>>
      >>>
      >>>> or
      >>>> http://www.ajax-zoom.com/
      >>>
      >>> Name: AJAX-ZOOM
      >>> Interesting. Free branded or commercial unbranded. The most
      >>> expensive
      >>> of the three. Seems a little overladen with visible controls,
      >>> although those can probably be turned off.
      >>>
      >>> My conclusion so far? I'm going to tinker with Reel; it looks like
      >>> it
      >>> offers some useful abilities. But I really, sincerely hope Thomas
      >>> has
      >>> time to investigate a plugin-free object movie output option for
      >>> Object2VR.
      >>>
      >>>
      >>> And now, a quick rant if I may...
      >>>
      >>> I WISH that developers would STOP calling these things "360 degree"
      >>> things. All the above links show this misunderstanding. Even Adobe
      >>> calls its Digital Publishing Suite object movie feature a "360
      >>> Viewer", which is just dumb.
      >>>
      >>> First of all, this causes confusion with 360-degree panoramas (which
      >>> feature is called "panorama" in the Adobe tools).
      >>> Second - and more importantly - the object movie kind of media is
      >>> definitely NOT limited to a simple 360-degree rotation. Digital
      >>> magazine designers are already using it to produce 'interactive'
      >>> animations that scroll through timelines. It is a way of stepping
      >>> through a succession of single images, whatever they might be.
      >>> An image of a turning object is cool, but it is by no means all this
      >>> sort of thing is good for. (And the first QuickTime object movie
      >>> examples showed some very creative non-rotational uses, back in the
      >>> 1990s.)
      >>>
      >>> k
      >>>
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