jerky quality of the flash file

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jerky quality of the flash file

Post by mrwild2007 » Fri Dec 14, 2007 7:55 pm

The feedback im getting is that my flash panoramas are too jerky. They move in an unsmooth manner. This is particular for an indoor panorama.
Part of the picture is slightly out of focus. But,

I would love to know how to get the below file to look as clear and not be as jerky as the second one.

I would also like to know how to get the exact same nav system in the quicktime movie.

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Post by 360Texas » Fri Dec 14, 2007 11:19 pm

Yes I can see what you are talking about. Lets try something. Click on the link below. You will now see an aerial map similar to the picture below. I have flagged 3 areas: #8, 4 and #1

#1 [either RED/WHITE star] was created using Pano2QTVR ver 1.6.6 'Settings Tab, with Movie Properties Quality "Normal" for motion. Suggest you set both Motion and Static at MAX. On the Flash Tab do not select Display Quality Automatic decrease when moving or dynamic stage redering quality.

Click on the red and white stars to see a popup image. #'s 8 and 4 were created using Pano2vr using Output Format Flash version 9.

Imaging work flow RAW to 16Bit Tiff from start to finish. Both 8 and 4 were bracketed HDR prior to converting to Flash 9 in Pano2VR.

Also you might consider slowing the autorotation down. ... change.htm

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Post by mrwild2007 » Sat Dec 15, 2007 2:10 pm

thank you for your thorough reply, this issue is fascinating.
the existing file has already what you suggested.

However.......... I dont understand what you mean by raw. I dont understand what pano2vr is because i have pano 2qtvr. Are they different versions?.

Your tours look splendid. Do you have a tour taken indoors where the light isnt so bright?.

Also would you mind making a comparrison tour using quicktime.

Also i am not sure what size the inital pano is that you using?. Perhaps mine is set at a

I would also be happy to send you the source files for the tour example i am using.

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Post by mrwild2007 » Sat Dec 15, 2007 4:09 pm

ordered panovr .........
the quality is miles ahead of the gui version

would like to know how to change the field of view as so the room looks larger without having a level of distortion in the picture.
also would like to know how to add custom controllers to panovr

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Post by thomas » Mon Dec 17, 2007 2:35 am

You can increase the "rendering qualtity" to remove the distortion (trading it or speed). Pano2VR Beta3 will have controls.
MfG, Thomas


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