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  • in reply to: IVRPA Member Panorama Posting Instructions #9657

    John Blake
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    Thank you Sam
    John

    in reply to: IVRPA Member Panorama Posting Instructions #9653

    John Blake
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    Thank Aaron. I assumed that the 1600px wide image had to be on my website because I thought that there had to be a URL for the image that I had to upload. It’s the URL larger 8000px wide image that’s on the server that is uploaded to the IVRPA website.
    In other words I upload the 1600pix wide image itself to the IVRPA website and provide a link to the 8000pix wide image URL. is that correct?
    John Blake

    in reply to: IVRPA Member Panorama Posting Instructions #9651

    John Blake
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    Thanks Sam
    I guess I have to find a way to upload both 1600 pixels wide and an 8000 pixels wide sizes of the same equirectangular panorama to my website and not have the images appear on my website. I have a photo gallery named “panoramas” on my website that consists of equirectangular and cropped equirectangular jpeg images. The way that gallery was originally set up is that the panoramas had to be 1600 pixels wide in order to display properly. I have no idea who programmed my website or where that person is. I probably have to create an entirely new website.
    Thanks again
    John

    in reply to: Hosting HTML5 format panoramas #9650

    John Blake
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    Thanks Sam for the info on HTML5 hosting. I will look into siteground as a host and WordPress to create my website. AS I stated in my original post I have several VR panoramas in html5 format(created with pano2vr).My website was originally set up about five years before iOS devices came into the market. I can only add quicktimeVR and swf panoramas to my virtual reality photo gallery.
    Any other help would be greatly appreciated.
    John

    in reply to: IVRPA Member Panorama Posting Instructions #9637

    John Blake
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    To post a panorama in jpeg format on my website the horizontal file resolution has to be 2000 pixels. I tried a 1600 pixel panorama as stated in the requirements for posting a jpeg in the IVR
    requirements for my website but the panorama didn’t show up. When I uploaded a 2000 pixel panorama
    to my website the panorama was displayed and I got a URL for the photo.
    What can I do to solve this problem?
    Thanks
    John Blake

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