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Insufficient space error message

Post by lochorama » Thu Mar 15, 2007 11:08 am

I opened a pqp file with the intention of creating some hot spots and got this error message (in French): "insufficient space to process this request".
Can anyone explain what this is all about?
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Post by 360Texas » Fri Mar 16, 2007 8:50 pm

Hmm that is one way to add clickable hot spots. Others use pano2qtvr feature wizard.
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Re: Insufficient space error message

Post by lochorama » Sat Mar 17, 2007 2:03 pm

lochorama wrote:I opened a pqp file with the intention of creating some hot spots and got this error message (in French): "insufficient space to process this request".
Can anyone explain what this is all about?
Thanks!
I've done it again! There was already a thread on this subject entitled "Not enough storage...when activating hotspots"

Anyway, I reduced the size of my image and everything worked fine.

Thanks DAVE for your response, but I just don't understand:
I'm in the habit of working as follows:
1. I drag a jpeg file into my Pano2QTVR GUI
2. I "Apply Template"
3. I Enable and add hotspots - or leave this till later
4. I create the movie
5. I create Html file
6. I SAVE pqp project file.
I then open the pqp file to create or modify hot spots.
If there's an easier way to this, I'd love to know about it!
Thanks!

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Post by thomas » Tue Mar 20, 2007 11:45 pm

Currently there is a memory limitation. You can try to convert the project to cubefaces. That will help. See also this thread: http://www.panotools.org/mailarchive/msg/53457
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