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PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2013 6:06 am 
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Hey All! I have a pretty sweet ~15 gigapixel pano that i'd like to share online - ideally on a website built for the image to help promote it- maybe similar to the famous Paris 26 gigapixel. Does anyone have any knowledge or advice on how to go about doing this? From what I understand it can consume a lot of bandwidth as well. Any advice is appreciated! Thanks!!

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If you are concerned - rightly I think - about bandwidth, if you host on your own server/Web space, then I suppose you might consider putting it online at gigapan.com :

http://gigapan.com/cms/create-upload

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inMotion wrote:
Hey All! I have a pretty sweet ~15 gigapixel pano that i'd like to share online - ideally on a website built for the image to help promote it- maybe similar to the famous Paris 26 gigapixel. Does anyone have any knowledge or advice on how to go about doing this? From what I understand it can consume a lot of bandwidth as well. Any advice is appreciated! Thanks!!

Hi!

I don´t understand the question! Don´t you have any webspace? If not: get one and put the folder containing the panorama on it. Inside the folder duplicate the main.html,
rename it to "index.html" and use the folder´s name in the URL.
That´s all.

Like this: www.360impressions.de/WuppertalPad
(Desktop and iPad)

And: of course it "can consume a lot of bandwith" showing Gigapixels . . . what do you think ;):cool:

best, Klaus

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2013 12:23 pm 
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There is also this site -

http://tawbaware.com/forum2/viewforum.php?f=2&sid=8a2ad59f79a4f5e15bd15efd4870abab

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klausesser wrote:
inMotion wrote:
Hey All! I have a pretty sweet ~15 gigapixel pano that i'd like to share online - ideally on a website built for the image to help promote it- maybe similar to the famous Paris 26 gigapixel. Does anyone have any knowledge or advice on how to go about doing this? From what I understand it can consume a lot of bandwidth as well. Any advice is appreciated! Thanks!!

Hi!

I don´t understand the question! Don´t you have any webspace? If not: get one and put the folder containing the panorama on it. Inside the folder duplicate the main.html,
rename it to "index.html" and use the folder´s name in the URL.
That´s all.

Like this: www.360impressions.de/WuppertalPad
(Desktop and iPad)

And: of course it "can consume a lot of bandwith" showing Gigapixels . . . what do you think ;):cool:

best, Klaus

thanks, looks nice! how did you generate the HTML and images for that from autopano?

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 2:03 am 
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inMotion wrote:
thanks, looks nice! how did you generate the HTML and images for that from autopano?

I used PanoTourPro.

best, Klaus

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