I 've made some research in the panotour generated files , and saw, as you said, that the video and sound pleyer had .swf extension. For the frame, I tryed your method, the text disapears, but not the frame....
Frame? I'm not sure what you mean - can you show me a screenshot and then explain how you wish the tour to be displayed?
Anyway, I changed the html model settings from "generic" to "none", then it worked
You should always use the generic html template (or a modified version of it) if you are creating mobile-compatible tours (incorporating both Flash and Mobile-compatible versions of the tour) and access the tour via the HTML file created when building the tour.
Why? Because the HTML file invokes a script that loads either the Flash or mobile-compatible version of the tour depending on the value of the browser user-agent detected by the script.