Object2VR – Tips

Embedding and formatting for social networks Using regular expressions to address multiple elements Using the Chromeless PopUp Fullscreen Template Adding a YouTube Video Recommended File Name Characters Basic three state button in Photoshop Text Drop Shadow Effect How to Scale Text Formatting Text Floating Tooltip Floating Tooltips working with Hotspots Cache Manifest File Integrated Web […]

Menu | Object2VR

Object2VR – Help All menus are found in the menu bar. File File Menu on Mac File Menu on Windows New: Opens a new project window. Open…: To open a previous project that has been saved. Save: Save the project file. Save As…: Save the project with a different file name. Recent Files: Choose from […]

Object2VR – Help

The Basics Object2VR Workflow Using the Light Table Importing with Select Input Switching between View States Viewing Parameters User Data (Metadata) Adding Hotspots Object2VR Preferences and Settings Output Outputting Flash Outputting HTML5 Outputting QuickTime VR Additional Features Tips and Tricks Using the Skin Editor Multiresolution Output Convert Images Droplets Using the CMS Plugins Image Capturing […]

Object VR Movie

An Object VR (Virtual Reality) Movie is an interactive movie that allows the user to rotate or spin an object. Examples of these movies can be seen here.

Multiresolution Output | Object2VR

Typically, the more pixels, the greater the detail that can be observed within an image. In an interactive movie, this detail can be seen simply by zooming in. Unfortunately, more pixels equals a larger file size. To make the image download friendly, we need to break the image down into small chunks rather than keeping […]

Object2VR Workflow

Object2VR – Help Below outlines a general workflow for a project in Object2VR. To get a better understanding of how Object2VR works and what you can do with it, check out the Getting Started tutorial: Download the Project Files Open Object2VR. Import an image sequence. Modify the movie’s viewing parameters (default view and controller). Add […]

List of Placeholders | Object2VR

Skin The following placeholders can be used within the skin. Loading $b = bytes loaded – (use in a text box) $t = bytes total – (use in a text box) $B = kilo bytes loaded – (use in a text box) $T = kilo bytes total – (use in a text box) $p = […]

Knowledge base | Object2VR

Knowledge base – General Loading Error NaN & Infinity HTML5 and YouTube video Using PHP to switch HTML5 skins HTML5 Skin Editor & Active Containers External SWF still playing when not visible Apple Devices and Sound IFrame stretching Knowledge base: Main, Object2VR, General

JavaScript API | Object2VR

Your object VRs can be controlled with JavaScript from the HTML page. Contents 1 JavaScript API calls 1.1 Viewing direction 1.2 Other calls 2 See also JavaScript API calls Viewing direction obj.getPan(); // returns the current pan angle obj.setPan(angle_in_degrees:Number); // sets the current pan angle obj.changePan(offset_in_degrees:Number); // change the current pan angle   obj.getTilt(); // […]

Light table

The Light Table is found in Object2VR as in import option. You can import images to the Light Table and then rearrange the images as necessary. See also Object2VR Workflow Using the Light Table (Object2VR)

Licensing – Object2VR

Licensing FAQ Go to the purchase page to buy a license. Details After purchasing, the license key will arrive via email (please check spam/junk filters) A trial version of the software is available and is fully-functioning but will produce visible watermarks on output. Purchasing a license will remove the watermarks.

Knowledge base – General

Loading Error NaN & Infinity HTML5 and YouTube video Using PHP to switch HTML5 skins HTML5 Skin Editor & Active Containers External SWF still playing when not visible Apple Devices and Sound IFrame stretching   Knowledge base: Main, Object2VR, General

JPEG Comparison | Object2VR

JPEG Quality Comparison – QuickTime     Quality setting of 10     Quality setting of 50     Quality setting of 100

Manifest file | Object2VR

The manifest file allows you to access your panorama offline. The online book, Dive Into HTML5, describes this quite well: At its simplest, an offline web application is a list of URLs — HTML, CSS, JavaScript, images, or any other kind of resource. The home page of the offline web application points to this list, […]

Loading Error NaN and Infinity

This is a server-side problem that can be caused by an old version of Apache, server software, or Gzip compression software. This is designed to speed up the download, but, unfortunately it also compresses already compressed SWF files. To fix the problem you can either ask your host provider to set the server to not […]

Knowledge base

Loading Error NaN & Infinity HTML5 and YouTube video Using PHP to switch HTML5 skins HTML5 Skin Editor & Active Containers External SWF still playing when not visible Apple Devices and Sound IFrame stretching Knowledge base: Main, Object2VR, General

Image Element Properties | Object2VR

The image properties window will give you the ability to change the current image.     Image Properties Contents 1 Position 2 Appearance 3 Image 4 Advanced 5 Actions 6 Modifiers 7 See also Position ID: Give the image a unique ID or name. Position: The x and y coordinates for the image. Anchor: Use […]

iFrame stretching

If using an iframe to embed an HTML5 panorama or object movie into a webpage, the iframe will cause constant vertical stretching on iOS devices. Workaround: – add, scrolling=”no” to the iframe tag. For example: <iframe src=”pano.html” name=”panorama” width=”640″ height=”480″ scrolling=”no” marginheight=”0″ marginwidth=”0″ frameborder=”0″ style=”float:left; margin-left:0px” allowfullscreen=”true” webkitallowfullscreen=”true” mozallowfullscreen=”true”></iframe>  

Input | Object2VR

Object2VR – Help There are a few ways to get your images into Object2VR once a new project window has been opened. Here, you can choose to import your images directly from the camera, the Light Table or via Select Input. If you you are using the studio version of Object2VR, you can hook up […]

How to recover template files

When Pano2VR opens, it does a quick check to make sure all folders containing resources are in the right place. So removing a folder will force a new folder to be created. This does not, however, work with individual files. If the templates are missing, do the following: In Pano2VR, go to the Files tab […]