If I understand correctly... "Mobility Devices" only works for full 360x180's. I'm going to assume that if that's the case, I need to photoshop my 360x80 on top of a real 360x180 that I have grayed out. (The whole point of this Pano is to be played on IPods... and was shot long ago as a single row pano).
I have a simple 1 Pano, no hotspots, no menue... just put it up and play with it for IPhones. Jpg image used = 1.5meg. I see that APT Pro generates several files. 1-swf (109 KB) 1-html (2 KB) Folder "Data" (3.47MB) Folder "swfobject" (16KB) 2-.xml files (total 4KB) 1-"krpanoiphone.js 74KB
1. I know the first 3... but what are the last 3 for?
2. What files do I need if all I want to do is send the files to someone to be played directly from their IPhone? I see by studying the all files in the folders that it appears to make 2 sets... 1 for the Web and 1 for the IPhone. So I assume I could delete the web folders... but what other files do I need to make it work?
3. One concern: I started with a 1.5 MB file and wound up with files totaling 3.6MB. What would be the best way to get this down to a reasonable size just to send to a IPhone as a file attachment so they can play locally (not from a web site)...?
4. Are their any settings you would recomend for "web & IPhones"? Just "IPhones"?
Nikon D700, Nikor 10.5mm DX (Shaved), Nikor 12-24mm DX, Modified Nodal NN180, Home made Nodal Ninja NN5 type Pano head, Really Right Stuff Plate & Clamps, Windows XP.
In fact, when browser opens the html file, it use swfobject js file to check the operating system. If it is iPhone, it will load the krpanoiphone.js and the xml files, else it will load the swf file. So you can open the panorama under IPhone and other platform.