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Friday, July 22nd 2011, 4:22pm

Tour Image Opens Really Zoomed In Resolution


First let me start by saying I am not a programmer or developer, however it's costing me a small fortune to try and fix this issue with no success. From what I have been told, the tours are uploaded as equirectangular images and Krpano converts the images to cubic for the HTML5 iPhone/iPad interface. When the image loads on the iPhone/iPad the tour image is really zoomed in. I know there's commands in the regular code to make changes to the resolution but is there a similar code to make this change in the HTML5 version.

Here's a sample link to try on your iPhone/iPad

Any help you can provide is MUCH APPRECIATED!

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "nathan5871" (Jul 23rd 2011, 1:47am)


Friday, July 22nd 2011, 6:08pm

Can you change the fov in your user panel? Can you change the info in this block such as the type of view?

<view hlookat ="0"
vlookat ="0"
fov ="66"
fovmin ="40"
fovmax ="110"
fisheye ="0.0"
architectural ="0.0"

adding fovtype="MFOV"

Should get your two versions to more closely match. ( I think this is the setting that the idevices use as default )

by the way, you also have issues on your main page too. I am viewing it with a 10.1" netbook and words are hidden so that the paragraphs make no sense. I am sure the text is there just hidden with another div or something. Probably a css issue.

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Friday, July 22nd 2011, 6:11pm

<image type="CUBE" multires="true" progressive="true" tilesize="512">
<level tiledimagewidth="512" tiledimageheight="512">
<left url=""/>

FYI this part, for html5 is wrong.. not really used but in safari and maybe in the future. the tiles here are 636, not 512.

and your problem...
<view hlookat ="490"
vlookat ="0"
fov ="40"

fov should be like 90 or higher perhaps.
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Saturday, July 23rd 2011, 1:42am

You guys are awesome! I really appreciate the quick follow up. Also thank you for reporting the additional bugs. I'll forward your comments onto the programmer.