Ive seen a few panos which have been displayed with this software or krpano, and liked the way it looked and felt to navigate, especially with the hotspots to move between panoramas. On this, i downloaded the trial version of APG (i have full version of APP) and tried APT and again liked it. However a few questions come to mind:
1st: What is the difference between APT and krpano?
Panoramas take up alot of diskspace on the server, especially multi-gigapixel images. This is why i currently upload all my large images to gigapan and use their embedded player, so 2nd question is:
Can APT/krpano read from files hosted on gigapans servers, if not, how do you host the potentially gigabytes of files required for multi-gigapixel panoaramas, and multiple smaller panoramas?
Re: Short questions about APT/krpano and server space
if not, how do you host the potentially gigabytes of files required for multi-gigapixel panoaramas, and multiple smaller panoramas? Find a hosting service that offers unlimited disk space and data tarrif.
Don't forget also it's not so much ! For Paris 26Giga, it's 5Go of files on hard-drive
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