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Marvinsn
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How to revive an old 360?

Post by Marvinsn » Tue Oct 08, 2019 2:27 am

Its been 2012 since I was working with Panoramas, (and two computers ago to boot). I never updated after 2012 because my business went a different direction. But now I have an old client that wants to use a Panorama I made in 2012... I found my rendered files, etc in a folder for my webmaster (who no longer is around). But I don't remember how to use them for a website or a viewer.

I Appreciate any help you can offer.

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Re: How to revive an old 360?

Post by Tony » Tue Oct 08, 2019 3:03 am

Hi,

Was the original tour HTML or Flash?

When you say rendered files etc does that mean you have all the original elements of the project including the .p2vr and .ggsk files?

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Re: How to revive an old 360?

Post by Marvinsn » Tue Oct 08, 2019 3:25 pm

Hi Tony,

RE:
Was the original tour HTML or Flash?[/i]
I remember my webmaster did something special in HTML to get it to work on my site... and it required the user to have Flash. Unfortunately she has moved and is unreachable... or I would see if I could get it copied off my website.

RE:
When you say rendered files etc does that mean you have all the original elements of the project including the .p2vr and .ggsk files?
All I found was the files for the project in my "finished folder".. those files went to my webmaster. Jpeg's of the rooms, 2 Gif's of Question marks & one of my logo, and 1 Shock Wave Flash file called "spot-black-2" (1KB).

Sorry I can't be of more help but that was a long time ago and many special projects and adventures later... I'm a professional Photographer by trade and traveling all over the place.

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Re: How to revive an old 360?

Post by Marvinsn » Tue Oct 08, 2019 3:28 pm

P.S.

Loved Adelaide, South Australia when I shot the Eclipse in that area.

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