Adrien F wrote:
You can not set the size of the rendered swf in APT, as this is the responsibility of the document including the swf to do so : the html page.
However you could use a personalized HTML template with your preferred dimensions.
PANO2VR can set the size of the swf before exporting , I wish APT can do the same funtion , that would be great!:D
As Adrien has pointed out APT can and does do the same thing but in the case of APT via the HTML templates; edit/create an HTML template to include the dispaly dimensions you require. You'll find the HTML template files via Edit/Open templates directory in the HTML folder/directory.
This is essentially the same 'mechanism' as used in pano2VR - as you will see if you just output a SWF along (with no HTML file) from Pano2VR the display dimensions you set via the GUI only apply when you have an accompanying HTML file, otherwise when opening the SWF file alone in a browser the display will fill all of the browser window.
This applies to Flash (SWF) output from Pano2VR - things are different with Quicktime (QTVR) output; perhaps you were refering to QTVR output?