I bought basic (but no krpano licence)... AutoPano Giga, and AutoPano Tour (currently Beta 9). I plan to download the lastest Beta's today for both.
Sorry for my ignorance, but what is "IIRC" ?
If I Recall Correctly - IIRC.
So, can I do this or not with what I have?
Adrien says, yes. But I think not.
I setup a system with a registered version of APT beta 11 but no krpano licence and I could not access the sound (or video) features, which is what I had expected.
So, if I'm seeing your snapshot correctly (hard to read the fine detail)...
As with any image attached to a forum post, you can click on the screenshot image to see it fullsize.
Do I just add where the audio file is on my HD like I would for a custom Hotspot and APT does it's thing and Creates what ever it needs to do when I "Export", or do I need to put the audio file on my website and link to that?
The best way to ensure that you have all the files you need to upload to your web server in one place is to create a new folder for each new exported APT tour. Then upload everything that APT generates in that folder.
Similarly to ensure that you have all source files in one place use the Extended-save-as feature to copy all source files to one folder so you can easily return to the tour to edit/extend it and so on.
What kind of audio file works best? (These will be short information bits about what the viewer is looking at i.e. Museum display.) (I'll have to post a link when I get it done... It's a pretty impressive Pano tour of a Mammoth Dig).
MP3 is the only audio format supported at present, but you can also use FLV video.