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#46 Jan 19th, 2009, 03:31
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Originally Posted by machadinha View Post I think those VRTours sites of Cameleer's are really quite demanding on your system, so you may just not have the proper set-up to view them. They should work if you do. (Have they been tested for Macs and Linux and various browsers and stuff btw?)
I finally got around to updating to QuickTime 7.5.5 on my MacBook Pro. I don't know if the VRTours would or wouldn't work before the update, but they surely do work now.
And yes, the panoramas continue to amaze and bring back wonderful memories of the lovely camels at Pushkar.

It takes a certain type to call camels lovely, doesn't it?

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#47 Jan 19th, 2009, 03:41
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LOL, it sure does, HFot

It struck me only after my last post above that the technicalities had been gotten into before on this same thread. Still, your report surely adds to the fine-tuning of it, should be helpful to C. too.
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I have 2 sites, one is http://camelphotos.com
The newer one is http://indiavrtours.com
The newer one IndiaVRtours is just for VR Photo Tours of India, and all of the VR photos are done using Flash 10, Flash 9 also will work. QuickTime is dead and almost no one is using it for VR photos anymore.
I have just recently setup the aerial maps to make it easy for getting around, but there’s so much more that needs to be done. I have around 300 VR photos on the site now and each one takes about 2 hours computer time to put together and setup on the site.
Btw I also set them up in low quality and high quality so that people with old computers or slow connection can view them too.
It's a work of love.
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Originally Posted by Cameleer View Post It's a work of love.
It certainly shows though Thanks for the feedback, keep it up.
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