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Thursday, November 27th 2008, 8:20pm

Nadir "saw-toothed"

Hi !
I've got a problem with my nadirs... All saw-thoothed... The only solution is to zoom in around ~50°. So, my signature isn't clearly visible around 70°(egg : http://www.parispherique.com/panos/bourb…harolaises.html)
Is the problem known and gonna be fixed in later versions ?
Regards

David

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Saturday, November 29th 2008, 8:42pm

Hi,

I know this problem, it's a bug of the flashplayer, at very small triangle sizes (the whole panorama is splitted up into many small triangles), it only renders a "pixeled" area, the new flash10 renderer don't have this problem anymore, there this should look okay,

but can also convert your spherical image to a cubical one, there this problem doesn't happen!
spherical images unfortunately can't be rendererd perfect at nadir and zenith areas with flash capabilities,
it would require a pixel-per-pixel rendering, but this is not possible in flash.

best regards,
Klaus

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Sunday, November 30th 2008, 12:08am

...the new flash10 renderer don't have this problem anymore, there this should look okay...
Do you mean with the next version of kr, optimized for flash 10 ?
May be I'll put my signature somewhere else ;) ...

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Sunday, November 30th 2008, 9:41am

yes, with the next krpano version,

but anyway - I recommend using cubical panorama images,
with them a better quality and performance is possible,

best regards,
Klaus

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Monday, December 15th 2008, 5:33pm

Ok, it's far better with 1.0.8beta, but still not perfect... Maybe with the final version, or flash11 :D !

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Tuesday, December 16th 2008, 8:20pm

to make it pefect use cubical panos

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Tuesday, December 16th 2008, 9:43pm

I prefer tiles ;) !

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Tuesday, December 16th 2008, 11:11pm

you can use tiles also on cubical panos

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