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igor.socha

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Monday, December 17th 2012, 12:47pm

difference in quality between online and offline presentation

how is it possible that the cube faces or whatever plugin (doesn´t matter if it is .png or .jpeg) looks different in offline viewing and online, just after uploading? I tested it in different browsers and while offline preview looks normal, just after uploading it looks like overcompressed jpeg. what can I do to have the same quality online? I did not changed anything, just uploaded files through FTP.
help pleeeease! *confused*
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Monday, December 17th 2012, 1:00pm

now I tested to export some jpg from adobe fireworks. while original file was about 17kB, after uploading, viewing in browser and downloading in browser, tha file now has about 11kB only. is this some kind of http compression? can I avoid this to happen?
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Monday, December 17th 2012, 1:47pm

I have found this:
http://blog.sebcante.com/2012/01/prevent…on-from-3g.html

and yes, I´m on 3G. but how to avoid this "feature" it in virtual tour? *sad*
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Tuesday, December 18th 2012, 7:49pm

Hi,

that depends on your 3G provider of course, so the best might be to call your provider and complain about it (or directly switch to an other better provider).

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Klaus

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Wednesday, December 19th 2012, 6:41am

Hi Klaus,

I´m more curious, how it will look for the others, who use different 3G networks around the world...
I was wondering if there is some option to avoid compressing by putting some code to html or what..
thanx
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Thursday, December 20th 2012, 11:10am

I was wondering if there is some option to avoid compressing by putting some code to html or what..
Not that I know... and if there would be one, it could again differ from provider to provider!

Personally I would really call the provider and complain about that - such unwanted image-compression or content-modifications are really bad practice from the provider and should be disapproved!
A provider should just 'provide' and not modify any data by its own!

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Thursday, December 20th 2012, 11:15am

I´ve read somewhere, that using https could help. What is your opinion for using it with virtualtours?
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Thursday, December 20th 2012, 11:16am

Btw: it is A1 :)
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