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Online virtual tour is loading really slow. please help

PostPosted: Sat May 06, 2017 11:08 am
by LBernos
Hello!

Our online virtual tour is loading really slow, even on a 50mbps internet connection. Most especially the 360 videos (i have alternative files)

Can anyone help me with it? any tips you can share.. or you might see in the code any mistake I make?

My boss is killing me :( please help!

Here is the link to the tour: https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/souq ... nal_2.html


Lino

Re: Online virtual tour is loading really slow. please help  [SOLVED]

PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 11:32 am
by Annis
The tour loads fine here but we have a fast internet connection.

First thing you could do if optimise your image sizes. You have a logo in the top left corner which is displayed at 250px whereas the original image is 4 times that.
You have a logo at the nadir which is roughly 200px too, and again the original image is 4 times that.
Etc..

By having large images that will then be resized, all you're doing is slowing down the loading time and demanding more memory and data resources to load the tour. Even though your images aren't some of the largest I've seen.... thankfully.

Resize your images to be the size they are displaying at, or at best have them twice the size you want to display at.

That might help a bit.

Other than that, well it's all down to your server and your internet connection.

Re: Online virtual tour is loading really slow. please help

PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 2:57 pm
by LBernos
Thank you annis! I will do that. :)

Annis wrote:The tour loads fine here but we have a fast internet connection.

First thing you could do if optimise your image sizes. You have a logo in the top left corner which is displayed at 250px whereas the original image is 4 times that.
You have a logo at the nadir which is roughly 200px too, and again the original image is 4 times that.
Etc..

By having large images that will then be resized, all you're doing is slowing down the loading time and demanding more memory and data resources to load the tour. Even though your images aren't some of the largest I've seen.... thankfully.

Resize your images to be the size they are displaying at, or at best have them twice the size you want to display at.

That might help a bit.

Other than that, well it's all down to your server and your internet connection.