Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Will iOS get Flash now? OT
- On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 1:33 PM, Erwin Goasguen <3rw1n@...> wrote:
> I simply asked if anyone knew how to do that IN the browser prior to upload, just to make sure I didn't miss something interesting.Yes - but it's probably OT here... feel free to email me direct for more info.
Short answer: File API reads into Canvas; Canvas to resize;
bytestrøm's JPEG encoder to encode. Submit.
- You're right.
It was a simple question I posed here because the debate was going around the sometime unneeded use of flash when other solutions existed.
Knowing lot of you guys are experts in everything related with pictures and internet I used it as a way to possibly learn something new that could have gave me the ability to skip the use of flash if not needed.
Roger pointed me to a very nice and promising solution, that's only not mature enough at the moment (lack of support from some browsers).
I probably should have mentioned clearly I wasn't talking about panoramas here. My excuses for that.
But the discussion was already so much off-topic that I forgot to do so.
For the rest I never argued photoshop, gimp or wathever image editing software is much better suited to do so when working locally.
My excuses again for having been a bit off-topic.
Le 30/08/2011 14:56, Willy Kaemena a écrit :
It is getting bizarre... we are talking here in this group about panoramas and uploading equirects. First it would be rare to resize a panorama before uploading ( happy to have a high resolution...) and more rare to use flash in order to resize it when you have to use something LIKE Photoshop anyway to work and improve your panorama prior to publishing/uploading. Would like to know how many panographers are using flash bases apps to resize panoramas...But if you are talking of flash based uploaders of pictures to any kind of social website or slideshow or alike, which are resizing your pictures in the upload process, then this a totally different pair of shoes and in IMHO OT of this panorama related group.WillyOn Aug 30, 2011, at 11:58, Isaac Garcia wrote:
PS. And why on earth would you have to learn "flash" to resize you images anyway? All you would have to do is learn the workigs of the flash application. Or did you have to learn to code HTML to be able to browse web pages?
On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 9:00 PM, Willy Kaemena <panokaemena@...> wrote:
Why should I learn how to use flash in order to resize a picture?? my normal way would be using a software like Photoshop ;-) this is way more obvious.....WillyOn Aug 29, 2011, at 20:54, Trausti Hraunfjord wrote:
Why? Why not? If Flash can do it, and Flash can do other things for you as well... then why try to avoid it and do things with anything and everything else? Why use 25 different applications/programs to get your work done, if you can do all of those things perfectly well with ONE program that you know?
I really can't see the logic in that at all.
It's like owning one car to go to the supermarket, another car to pick the kids up from school, a motorbike to go to work on etc. etc. etc. Why not use the same car for all your transports if you have that car? Of course... if using train systems... one will have to have many different trains that only go to fixed locations... no deviance from the routes at all. No freedom of movement, except within the confines of a route that has been decided by the "head office"... that is how I see it.
On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 1:18 PM, Willy Kaemena <panokaemena@...> wrote:
Could you please explain why do you want to resize a picture before uploading? and why this you want to do with flash?WillyOn Aug 29, 2011, at 10:02, Erwin wrote:
I'm really interested in your debate especially because I do utilize flash for several things I can't do with HTML / JS.
But if I could skip it, I'd be happy to.
It seemed to me that at the moment only flash would let me resize a local picture before uploading it to a server, am I wrong?
If I am, I'd be happy to learn how to do that without flash.
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