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Wed Oct 06, 2010 12:56 pm

Hi to the community,

one simple question, but I am not shure how to solve, or - also not shure- if it can be solved with the "multiresolution" feature in Pano2VR

When I create a "normal" flash-panorama (not html5), I set the resoltion and the quality with
Tile settings -> cube face size
and
Image quality ( what means the same as jpg compression)

But whe I decide to have a small window and a small file - it is not really satisfying to swich to fullscreen...

Therefore my question is:
How to load a larger file-with better quality and resolution- automatically when clicking on fullscreen ?

thanks again for help
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Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:13 pm

There are action called “Enter Full Screen” and “Exit Full Screen”

So start off with small.swf (lower resolution file)
Add a container in the skin and set:

Enter Fullscreen, Open Next Panorama, Url: big.swf, P/T/F: $cur
Exit Fullscreen, Open Next Panorama, Url: small.swf, P/T/F: $cur

Big,swf being the higher resolution pano.

Regarsd
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Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:15 pm

Your options are to use Multi-Resolution tiling
Or
Create another/second higher resolution panorama and add actions to the fullscreen button to open next panorama in the same viewing position.

Regards, Smooth 8)
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Wed Oct 06, 2010 6:34 pm

Hopki wrote:Add a container in the skin and set:

Enter Fullscreen, Open Next Panorama, Url: big.swf, P/T/F: $cur
Exit Fullscreen, Open Next Panorama, Url: small.swf, P/T/F: $cur

Big,swf being the higher resolution pano.
Thanks Hopki; If I want to use this for my complete tour; could I do something like?:
Enter Fullscreen, Open Next Panorama, Url: $n_big.swf, P/T/F: $cur
Exit Fullscreen, Open Next Panorama, Url: $n_small.swf, P/T/F: $cur

Your suggestion will not work for multiple panorama’s while sharing the same skin/controller

I am still using version 2.3.x; In this version the $n_big.swf solution will not work;

Any clue how to use 2 resolutions and the fullscreenoption with multiple pano's?

thanks in advance :)
Jeroen / Amersfoort / The Netherlands
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Wed Oct 06, 2010 7:13 pm

If you have two sets of swf files, pano1_lo.swf and pano1_hi.swf, lo linking with other lo’s and hi’s linking with other hi’s.
You would do something like this:


In the container add.
Enter Fullscreen Url $ui Target $cur
Exit Full screen Url $uo Target $cur

Each pano would hold the data for either resolution

In Pano1 High Resolution p2vr file:
User Data
Information: Pano1_hi.swf
Comment: Pano1_lo.swf


In Pano1 Low Resolution p2vr file
User Data
Information: pano1_hi.swf
Comment: pano1_lo.swf

I am using place holder $ui and $uo, but you can use what you wish.
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Wed Oct 06, 2010 8:19 pm

Hopki wrote: In the container add.
Enter Fullscreen Url $ui Target $cur
Exit Full screen Url $uo Target $cur
...

User Data
Information: pano1_hi.swf
Comment: pano1_lo.swf

I am using place holder $ui and $uo, but you can use what you wish.
Clever! I'will give it a try. Thanks again & agian Hopki!
Jeroen / Amersfoort / The Netherlands
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