HTML Flat Intro (does it work or not)

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Zaphod
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HTML Flat Intro (does it work or not)

Post by Zaphod » Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:24 pm

Hello,

I have found various topics in the forum but am not sure if it works in version 3.1 or not or what would be a valid workaround (if any).

What do I want?

Fairly easy: A flat image displayed with some hotspots to start a virtual tour. And all this in HTML.

What happens?

In HTML I always have a cubilcal pano, Hotspots are not where they should be.

Anyone here having a solution or the link to the right threat?

Any help is much appreciated!

wolff
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Re: HTML Flat Intro (does it work or not)

Post by wolff » Sat Feb 11, 2012 8:05 pm

Hi,

first I have to start with a guess: you want a HTML5/CSS3 output, right? (and you don't want a html4-output with an embedded Flash file?).
At the moment it is not possible to export a flat image with HTML 5 in Pano2VR.
But... it is possible to work around that with Object2VR (maybe you want to try the Object2VR demo): Import your single image ('light table') and enable the zoom, create your point hotspots in the editor window and create a skin as usual. Export the file as HTML5 with the XML- and Javascript files.
Than create the tour/the panoramas with Pano2VR.

Regards,
Wolff

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