Sets of two, Side by Side and Scroll Bar Fader

Using Pano2VR/Object2VR SWF files with your own Flash projects
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erik leeman
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Sat Feb 13, 2010 12:27 am

Here are some more examples of what can be done with Pano2VR panoramas in combination with FlashCS4/ActionScript3: ... 00x550.htm
Use the scroll bar on the right hand side to fade from one panorama into the other (looking in any direction).

Move one of the panos using your mouse or keyboard, and the other will move in sync with it.

A possible use for these would be to compare two panoramas made from the same spot, but at different points in time.
For instance how things looked before a renovation project started, and how it became after it was finished.
Or maybe to show a day and night view of a city.

Thanks to Jook Leung of for letting me use his images.


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George Palov
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Tue Dec 27, 2011 5:48 pm

Ok..after some time, here is my solution:

the first is a regular split screen for mixing 2 panoramas post processed differently/ from different time, and the other one is a cross fader slider mixer. When it loads it has "demo" on on the panos, then you can control which one is loaded.
Everything is controlled via xml- the number of panos to load and which mode it runs.

Hope you like it, Merry Christmas everyone!
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Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:05 pm


Any way possible someone could share a how to do this ?
Putting 2 files in one html via iframe is not so much a big deal, more how to control bot images with one command ?
So I guess iframe is not an option but what/how then...
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Fri Aug 01, 2014 4:05 pm

Hi there.
Any chance of some more info on how to setup
the slider from one pano to the next.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014 8:25 pm

Awesome work! Would love it if you could share your workflow on this! Many thanks in advance!
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Mon Sep 08, 2014 10:12 am

Hello friends!
I have long been trying to understand how to do this effect (Day\night). But still can not find an answer. I see that you are able to do it. Please share your experience!
my topic: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=9623
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Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:18 am

Thank you! I downloaded and looked but still can't understand how can I do.. I want to do like but no information can't find anywhere :(
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Tue Nov 04, 2014 12:20 pm

This has been built outside of Pano2VR, the SWF files from Pano2VR have been taken into Flash and a custom controller has been built.
The way to do SIMILAR in Pano2VR is use Pano2VR Pro then under the Flash output have buttons with open next panorama: xxxx.swf, target: $cur. This then opens each panorama with the same pan tilt and FoV.
Under the visuals tab set the transition to fade (default) and extend the transition time if need be.

This will then produce a large SWF the same as you see in your link with all the images already downloaded giving a very smooth transition.
However you may also get away without embedding if the transition is slow enough, to do this use a single level under the multi resolution tab.
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