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HELP regarding tutorials

Post by lochorama » Sun Jan 26, 2014 5:30 pm

I've been attempting on and off for the past three months to figure out how to correctly output HTML5 panoramas. I just about succeeded after learning your multi-node tour but whenever I drag a single Jpeg panorama into Pano2VR or a droplet, I end up with an empty html file. So when I click on Preview nothing happens. I attempted to download your project files on http://ggnome.com/wiki/HTML5_Output_%28Pano2VR%29 but Winzip fails to extract them correctly. All I really need is a single project file for a SIMPLE project file that generates correctly SWF and HTML5 that I could save as a droplet. Can anyone help please? Thanks in advance.

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Re: HELP regarding tutorials

Post by Hopki » Mon Jan 27, 2014 7:43 pm

Hi lochorama,
No problem, which version do you have Pano2VR standard or Pro?
Let me know and ill put together a project.
That said have a look at this page and the HTML5 export. It cover Flash Fallback File.
If you do not want to create a separate Flash output, just select the Flash Fallback Player in the HTML5's output HTML tab.
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Re: HELP regarding tutorials

Post by lochorama » Tue Jan 28, 2014 12:24 pm

How nice of you Hopki. I have Pano2VR regular version 4.5beta 64. I played with Thomas's tutorial multiple-node project files and everything was fine. But when I attempted to save as droplet, I could not: it says make a single node project and I didn't succeed ! So all I need is a simple single node project that works! Sorry to be so stupid! Thank you so much.

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Re: HELP regarding tutorials

Post by lochorama » Wed Jan 29, 2014 10:55 am

Just thought I should show you what I did. I opened Pano2VR and dropped a jpeg panorama into it and you can see the results at http://a.mesure.free.fr/miketest/ THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR HELP

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Re: HELP regarding tutorials

Post by Hopki » Thu Jan 30, 2014 12:09 am

Hi,
Its late here right now so I will have a good look tomorrow.
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Re: HELP regarding tutorials

Post by lochorama » Thu Jan 30, 2014 12:49 pm

SO SORRY! I just installed Pano2VR on my old XP machine and everything works fine - by default, I can drop any panorama in and this marvelous software generates all output files correctly. I probably corrupted something playing around with Thomas's project files. So I'll now do a complete uninstall on my Windows 7 pc and everything should be fine. Anyway, thanks for your help Hopki. ( I'm taking down the project files I posted in case they corrupt yours or anyone else's program)

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Re: HELP regarding tutorials

Post by lochorama » Thu Jan 30, 2014 3:45 pm

Hopki
I just realized that my problem is exactly the same as other people who downloaded multi-node project files created with Pano2VR PRO. Like them, my license key no longer works!

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Re: HELP regarding tutorials

Post by Hopki » Thu Jan 30, 2014 6:27 pm

Hi,
If you are using a non Pro version then you should not be opening a multi node Pro project.
If your license is for version 3.x then you need to download version 3.x or upgrade to version 4.x.
If you have a version 4.x license then remove the license key returning Pano2VR to trial mode. Click trial Pano2VR Pro to have a play with it and open the multi node files. Once finished just enter your version 4.x license to activate Pano2VR. If you want to upgrade to Pro please login to your GGS account and you can upgrade from there.

Any problem let me know.
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Re: HELP regarding tutorials

Post by lochorama » Thu Jan 30, 2014 6:59 pm

THANKS A LOT FOR THAT EXTREMELY CLEAR EXPLANATION.

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