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by ememiks » Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:21 pm

Ladies and gentleman here is the link of some 3d arrow hotspots, 4 colors and 12 angles, 50x50 pixels. I made them with swift 3d and I am going to share more colors and objects in the future, i hope:) They are all free to use but share your pano links to show people how they work. Have a good day.

http://filebin.ca/taxzd
http://www.divshare.com/download/9989249-79d
ftp://ftp.autopano.net/incoming/ARROWS.zip
http://drp.ly/8UY7Q.zip.html
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by digipano » Mon Dec 28, 2009 5:28 pm

thanks for the contribution.

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by Marv » Thu Dec 31, 2009 11:50 pm

Bummer... limit of 10 reached. Can you please upload and post again.

Thanks.
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by digipano » Fri Jan 01, 2010 2:20 am

even I could not download now the file is gone from the server, please upload it again.
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by DrSlony » Fri Jan 01, 2010 3:58 am

ememiks never ever use rapidshare unless you hate the person you intend on sending the link to :]
See this: http://www.autopano.net/forum/t7481-creating-uploading-screenshots,screencasts,code,files

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by Marv » Sat Jan 02, 2010 12:31 am

Thanks Ememiks.

Any way to control the spinning speed?
What are these files for that are in some of the folders? ._Anorth.swf
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by ememiks » Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:49 am

Hi Marv

._Anorth.swf files are useless and you can safely delete them. When you .zip files under mac os those files are created but they are only visible under windows and linux.They are macintosh system files, I think mac os use them for indexing for search results or something else.

To control the spinning speed all files will have to be worked and exported from beginning:) I will try for an example and post it soon.

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by ememiks » Sat Jan 02, 2010 11:16 am

Here is the yellow series, spinning speed decreased.

ftp://ftp.autopano.net/incoming/yellow_arrow_low_speed.zip
http://drp.ly/8UZ2t

For those who are curious about the A letter in front of some directions, it means Angled:) They are 45 degrees angled in z coordinate.
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by Marv » Sat Jan 02, 2010 7:24 pm

Thanks, much better.
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by gkaefer » Sun Jan 03, 2010 12:43 pm

hmm... actually I've no idea how to use it. Any description available what to do? can I use them within APT before exporting the final tour or have I to exchange files after I exported my tour from APT?

thanks,
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by ememiks » Sun Jan 03, 2010 12:55 pm

Hi gkaefer;

You can use these swf files as point hotspot.

Simply in APT in hotspot editor create a point hotspot, select the hotspot and in hotspot properties - object menu select the swf files as object. That's it.


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by gkaefer » Sun Jan 03, 2010 12:58 pm

ememiks wrote:Hi gkaefer;

You can use these swf files as point hotspot.

Simply in APT in hotspot editor create a point hotspot, select the hotspot and in hotspot properties - object menu select the swf files as object. That's it.

perfect - many thanks,
Georg

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by gkaefer » Wed Jan 06, 2010 5:52 pm

for my PS3-Home winterland panos the default hotspot point is too dark. I created one which can be seen better if the pano has dark colours.
in the zip file I attached an animated gif, the swf and the .web project file I created the swf with. Its MAGIX Extreme Webdesigner 5, for autopano tour only the swf is needed...)

its free to use for anyone (without any sort of guarantee...)

the link: http://www.burgspiele-salzburg.at/Galerie/Panorama/ps3/spot-for-darkbackground.zip

an example pano containing this point/hotspot: http://www.burgspiele-salzburg.at/Galerie/Panorama/ps3/home-winterwonderland/ps3-winter-wonderland-20091222-santa.html

PS: the speed of the animated gif & swf is 24 frames per second. in the tour its faster - 50fps (?)
(I didnt change the default values in xml files...)

Liebe Gruesse,
Georg


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by ememiks » Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:22 pm

Hi gkaefer:)

That's why it is hard to optimize the speed with krpano player. The default fps for APT exported flash panoramas is 60 fps. The first way which I have applied for my hotspots is to set your flash movie 60 fps in the software which you are using, if it is editable, and then set your hotspot speed or timing to your liking.

The second way is as described krpano documentation; export the panorama with XML output and add the following codes to every single XML file for your needs, in this case it is 24 fps but also it is not suggested lower than 30 fps, because the anti aliasing and refresh quality would be bad.

<display fps="40" details="20" movequality="HIGH" stillquality="high" />

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by gkaefer » Thu Jan 07, 2010 12:37 am

ememiks wrote:Hi gkaefer:)

That's why it is hard to optimize the speed with krpano player. The default fps for APT exported flash panoramas is 60 fps. The first way which I have applied for my hotspots is to set your flash movie 60 fps in the software which you are using, if it is editable, and then set your hotspot speed or timing to your liking.

The second way is as described krpano documentation; export the panorama with XML output and add the following codes to every single XML file for your needs, in this case it is 24 fps but also it is not suggested lower than 30 fps, because the anti aliasing and refresh quality would be bad.

<display fps="40" details="20" movequality="HIGH" stillquality="high" />

perfect tip! for the next one I'll take it...
the first hotspot I created I said to me: ok inside creation tool use as slow as needed so its final speed in pano is as intended ;-)))

Liebe Gruesse,
Georg


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