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Saturday, November 21st 2015, 12:51am

WebVr Video Tour

Hi!
Is it possible with KrPano build a 360video tour with the WebVr option?
I ask,because in the PanoTour documentation I´ve read that:"Tours with more than one 360° videos do not work on Android phones in VR mode".
Is this a specific PTP limitation or in KrPano also?
Thanks and regards!

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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 11:31am

At this time krpano is not able to load multiples videos on Android devices due to touch action to activate a video.
Perhaps in a near future ?

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Monday, November 23rd 2015, 2:10pm

Hi, thanks for your reply.
So the problem is that as in android you have to click play for each loaded video, there is not autoplay yet.
Can´t you use the "cross/cursor" to trigger the play button for each video? Another option could be to go back to a main menu/page and there trigger each video.
Similar to the the examples here: http://d8d913s460fub.cloudfront.net/krpa…x.html?v=119pr3

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Wednesday, November 25th 2015, 3:12pm

No in this sample you can see only one video.

Or perhaps can be done with a videoplayer by video. Each videoplayer preload a video on start (need a good bandwidth ;) !!!) and can be called after. need to be tested.

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Wednesday, November 25th 2015, 5:29pm

Hi,
I tested this quick and it seems to be like you said.
It was not like that before, i am quite sure.
You have to touch the screen to start a next video.
Very anoying. *cursing*
I hope it is a bug but I think is google business plan to exclude other vr things to push the people to go app and gear vr.
At least a killer bug which makes webbased 360 video on android phone completely useless, when you want to do something more then just one video.
So don't buy an android i would say.
But iphone also makes a mess with all those bugs.. So maybe go back to analoque or... Beam me up scotty!
Tuur *thumbsup*

Edit. This is also the problem without vr *cursing* *cry*

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Thursday, November 26th 2015, 10:41am

Without VR there is a solution with a play button because in this case you can touch the screen to play the next video.

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Thursday, November 26th 2015, 11:03am

I don't consider that as as a serious option of course.
Tuur *thumbsup*

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Thursday, December 3rd 2015, 11:32am

What if you combine the video's to one video and using hotspots to skip to a specific time for the next scene? In this case you have to touch the screen only one time before putting the phone in the VR headset

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Thursday, December 3rd 2015, 5:38pm

I consider that as 'a not serious option'.
Tuur *thumbsup*