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slight bucking with 2.0 VRs

by as@aeo » Tue Mar 10, 2015 10:28 am

Hi,

I'm updating my virtual tours these days from 1.8 to 2.0. Unfortunately, the behaviour of the 2.0 built VRs is not as fluid as it is with the VRs built in 1.8. By moving the point of view with the mouse, the picture bucks a little bit. The difference is not abysmally, but in comparison to the 1.8 VRs, it is definitely there. Here one buit with 1.8 and one with 2.0:

1.8
http://www.makami360.de/vr/k1023juw01/

2.0
http://www.makami360.de/vr/k1011atr01/

Do you realize the difference? And what settings can affect this behaviour?

Thx
Adrian

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Re: slight bucking with 2.0 VRs

by mediavets » Tue Mar 10, 2015 11:28 am

as@aeo wrote:Hi,

I'm updating my virtual tours these days from 1.8 to 2.0. Unfortunately, the behaviour of the 2.0 built VRs is not as fluid as it is with the VRs built in 1.8. By moving the point of view with the mouse, the picture bucks a little bit. The difference is not abysmally, but in comparison to the 1.8 VRs, it is definitely there. Here one buit with 1.8 and one with 2.0:

1.8
http://www.makami360.de/vr/k1023juw01/

2.0
http://www.makami360.de/vr/k1011atr01/

Do you realize the difference? And what settings can affect this behaviour?

Thx
Adrian

You may get smoother performance by forcing the use of the HTML5 version of the tour:
http://www.kolor.com/wiki-en/action/vie ... ersion_.3F

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Re: slight bucking with 2.0 VRs

by benji33 » Wed Mar 11, 2015 9:53 am

2.x version are better under the HTML5 viewer.
2.4 next version will have HTML5 viewer as default one to solve many Flash slow issues.
But Flash has some features not present into HTML5 viewer : directional sounds, lensflares, progress bar.
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Re: slight bucking with 2.0 VRs

by mediavets » Wed Mar 11, 2015 10:26 am

benji33 wrote:2.x version are better under the HTML5 viewer.
2.4 next version will have HTML5 viewer as default one to solve many Flash slow issues.
But Flash has some features not present into HTML5 viewer : directional sounds, lensflares, progress bar.

Progress bar and directional sounds are quite substantial losses incurred when choosing HTML5.

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Re: slight bucking with 2.0 VRs

by benji33 » Wed Mar 11, 2015 10:30 am

Krpano is working on directional sound for the HTML5 viewer with a new sound interface so perhaps a new way on 1.19 final release or future release of the krpano player.
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