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franckfotso

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Friday, December 13th 2019, 1:39pm

Everpano3D - Rendering issue on the browser when adding 3D geometry

Good Morning,

I recently bought licenses for Everpano 3D & Krpano and I just started to create a 3D tour with my own panoramic images.
The referencing feature is quite easy to use and very useful for my work.

However, I encountered an issue when I added the 3D geometry to the project.
In fact, here are all the operations that I performed:
- Referencing : OK
- Adding a 3D geometry: OK (but really time consuming ;-) )
- Rendering: OK (all files were well generated)
- Launching the local server: OK
- Testing the 3D tour on the browser: Failed (the 3D tour started rendering and then froze. I added a screenshot of what I got from the browser's console)

I can't debug the code since the js files are minified.

Please I will appreciate if you could have a look at this sample project ?
I don't know if it's related to the 3D geometry or something else.
I tried to generate the rendering files many times but still got the same error.

Looking forward to hearing from you.
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Friday, December 13th 2019, 4:47pm

Hi,

I just checked your project and the issue comes from everpano_ui, the plugin in charge of setting up all the user interface, menu ...
And the issue specifically comes from using a scene title starting with a number.

That is already fixed for next release.

But by now, you could just go to the project3d.xml, located in the render folder, and change the title there

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<scene name="scene10" title="1"

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<scene name="scene10" title="kitchen"
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franckfotso

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Sunday, December 15th 2019, 7:25am

Thanks for your response.
But by now, you could just go to the project3d.xml, located in the render folder, and change the title there
I did try to change the title, but it did not work.

However, I renamed all the pano images and created a new project. Then it works.

Look forward for your next release.

Many Thanks.