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Zooming in on Mobile

by pollarda » Wed Jul 09, 2014 6:53 am

I don't seem to be able to zoom in on my panotours on mobile (Iphone). I can zoom a little bit but, it does not seem to allow me to zoom in very far and will not do any progressive loading.

Am I missing something? I thought that this was going to be a feature of Panotour 2.0 ...

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Re: Zooming in on Mobile

by mediavets » Wed Jul 09, 2014 7:50 am

pollarda wrote:I don't seem to be able to zoom in on my panotours on mobile (Iphone). I can zoom a little bit but, it does not seem to allow me to zoom in very far and will not do any progressive loading.

Am I missing something? I thought that this was going to be a feature of Panotour 2.0 ...

Art


My understanding is that, with PTP 2.x, HTML5 multiresolution tiling on mobiles is only supported for full spherical panos - those with a 360x180 field of view.

Do all your panos in the tour match this requirement?

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Re: Zooming in on Mobile

by pollarda » Wed Jul 09, 2014 4:11 pm

Ah.

My panorama is a full 360 but I never patched the nadir point (either with an image or with a patch).

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Re: Zooming in on Mobile

by mediavets » Wed Jul 09, 2014 4:55 pm

pollarda wrote:Ah.

My panorama is a full 360 but I never patched the nadir point (either with an image or with a patch).

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So it has a 360 HFOV and a 180 VFOV? and a pixel dimensions aspect ratio of 2:1?

If so, do you have all the correct options checked in the Build section?
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Re: Zooming in on Mobile

by pollarda » Wed Jul 09, 2014 8:46 pm

Yes, I have it set to generate both for mobile devices as well as the multiresolution check box.

Here is the link to the panorama tour: http://www.amanochocolate.com/tour-data/etour-trees1/

FYI: This is a cocoa plantation that a friend of mine owns in the Dominican Republic.

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Re: Zooming in on Mobile

by bdd » Thu Jul 10, 2014 9:06 am

pollarda wrote:Yes, I have it set to generate both for mobile devices as well as the multiresolution check box.

Here is the link to the panorama tour: http://www.amanochocolate.com/tour-data/etour-trees1/

FYI: This is a cocoa plantation that a friend of mine owns in the Dominican Republic.

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Your panoramas are not full spherical, their ratios are not 2:1 .
Multi resolution is supported only on full spherical panoramas.

With autopano you can create a full spherical pano even if you do not shoot the nadir.

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Re: Zooming in on Mobile

by mediavets » Thu Jul 10, 2014 9:29 am

Two ways to force a full spherical pano with 360x180 FOV and 2:1 aspect ratio:
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Re: Zooming in on Mobile

by klausesser » Thu Jul 10, 2014 2:26 pm

bdd wrote:Multi resolution is supported only on full spherical panoramas.



Seems that multiresolution works also on the last - planar - image in my tour.

http://www.360impressions.de/TourK21.html go to "GAP15" and zoom in.

Klaus

I checked it: on my iPhone and iPad multiresolution works on the planar image.


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