Post Number: 1
|Posted on Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 8:00 am: |
i've made a new 360° and when i put it on a page to view it on the server it doesen't work and I see a red image instead of my vr, and I've just replaced the ancient vr, that work properly, with the new one, the size is correct the name too
Post Number: 287
|Posted on Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 11:26 am: |
Can you give me the URL on your web server so that I can see the problem myself? If you do not want to post the URL on this public forum, you can send it to support @ panoramfactory.com.
Post Number: 2
|Posted on Monday, February 26, 2007 - 11:26 am: |
http://zar.mdgpromotions.com/test.cfm tested by a friend of mine
http://www.lakhaima.be/verde.htm test page n1 new vr
http://www.lakhaima.be/verde01.htm test page n2 older vr
thank you for answering so quickly
when I build a test page and I put the ancient vr it works when I replace it with the new one it doesn't work anymore
I thing that the problem could be on the programs because if I take some olders separate files from a vr that actually is working well and I built a new one with them it doesen't work
those are jpeg files I save the final work as a qtvr each file weight is around 70ko; or maybe is the quick time player 7.1 free downloudable version that doesen't match with the panorama factory V4
Post Number: 288
|Posted on Monday, February 26, 2007 - 12:03 pm: |
I'm not sure what's happening here.
It appears that you did not use The Panorama Factory's web page creation. I say this because your web pages display MOV files through the PTViewer. Am I correct?
The Panorama Factory doesn't have the capability of creating this type of web page and we normally test MOV files in Apple's viewer, not in other viewers.
Did you create both MOV files with The Panorama Factory?
I noticed that both MOV files work properly when displayed in Apple's QuickTime viewer, not through PTViewer:
http://www.lakhaima.be/canon.mov new VR
http://www.lakhaima.be/vr_high_facade.mov older VR
Perhaps PTViewer isn't able to accept all of the MOV formats that are accepted by Apple's QuickTime viewer.
Post Number: 3
|Posted on Monday, February 26, 2007 - 12:30 pm: |
I put together the 18 jpeg files in panorama factory version 3.3 and the 4.0 I save them as QTVR to make a .mov quick time file; on my web site I ve the java code and the ptviewer.jar file and just change the name to get the new one that has been correctely put on the web and it has always worked till the last day when I post this mail
Well what can I do, may be in a different way, to make my vr visible by anyone and that automatically turn I'm working under windows 2000
Post Number: 289
|Posted on Monday, February 26, 2007 - 2:11 pm: |
I opened the Java console and then opened the page http://www.lakhaima.be/verde.htm
PTViewer displayed the error message "This doesn't seem to be a Quicktime VR-file" in the Java console.
We know that the file is a Quicktime VR file because Apple's QuickTime viewer can display it. But there must be something in the file that PTViewer does not understand.
I will continue to work on this and try to find out what is different between the two MOV files. However, I cannot promised I will find anything, and even if I do it will take at least several days.
I will report back here if I learn anything that helps.
While you are waiting, I suggest you try the Create new web page from template option in The Panorama Factory's Save image as dialog box to see what kind of HTML it creates.
For Save as type you can select either QTVR (which will use Apple's viewer) or PTViewer format (which will use the PTViewer java applet).