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KiboOst

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Friday, January 23rd 2015, 11:48am

video maximum resolution

Hi,

I'm using html5 viewer and would like to know what is the maximum resolution video file can use ?

On PC firefox and iphone6, I have no problem with mp4 and webm at 1920x960
But on both, mp4 and webm at 3000-1500 failed to load.

1920x960 is rather soft on desktop at least, so how far can I go with video resolution ?

Thanks

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Monday, January 26th 2015, 2:18pm

Hi,

the maximum resolution depends on the browser and the system, not on krpano itself.

Best regards,
Klaus

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Tuesday, January 27th 2015, 11:21am

ok, but when I drag n drop the video file directly in firefox, it play well.

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Tuesday, January 27th 2015, 2:11pm

Hi,

is playing Firefox the video directly or is Firefox using some plugins like Quicktime to play the video in your case?

It's its Firefox playing the video by its own and there are no WebGL max-texture-size limitations from your GPU, then the video should work also in krpano.

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Thursday, July 23rd 2015, 4:22pm

Hi Klaus,

I'm trying to display better 360 video. Trying 4096x2048 I have nothing in Firefox, no error message in krpano log.
It plays ok in Chrome
43.0.2357.134, even if it lag a bit.
Just trying to understand these limitations better ...


My config:
Win7 x64 Pro, Firefox 38.0.1, GTX 660

checking here : https://www.browserleaks.com/webgl#howto-detect-webgl

I have:

Supported Context Name(s)webgl, experimental-webglGL VersionWebGL 1.0

Max Vertex Attributes16Max Vertex Uniform Vectors254Max Vertex Texture Image Units4Max Varying Vectors9Best Float Precision[-2127, 2127] (23)

RGBA Bits[8, 8, 8, 8]Depth / Stencil Bits:[24, 8]Max Render Buffer Size16384Max Viewport Dimensions[16384, 16384]

Max Texture Size16384Max Cube Map Texture Size16384Max Combined Texture Image Units20Max Anisotropy16

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Thursday, July 23rd 2015, 4:28pm

Ok, Chrome have exact same webgl report.

Anyway, it works in flash mode !!
Firefox does not work in html5 mode. When in flash mode, it works.

So, are these limitations html5 only ? If I could I would set html5="only" and completely trash flash !!

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