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Morgan_Moore

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« on: January 21, 2009, 02:29:53 AM »

Im interested in software for displaying stuff on the web - particularly where the USER of the site can do stuff..

Can people point me to some software..

Im have mac and PC BTW

I shoot a product spun on a table ending with a 180degree film of the shot (either a video burst or 180 stills)

The page displays the front of the product and when the user put  'mouse over' the shot the product slowly spins

HOW ?

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I shoot a 360 interior spin (either a vid burst or 360 still images)

The web page opens showing my picked view

The user mouse of  over left and the image spins to reveal the left view

The user mouse over the right of the image and the image spins to reveal the right view

HOW ?

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I shoot a still on a 22mp

The user is presented with a quick loading thumbnail that they can zoom and zoom (and pan around) until they are right in at the mazimum res of the camera

HOW ?

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I shoot some film (say a dolly track through a property)

The user can scroll scroll through the 'movie'

HOW ?

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I shoot a little movie maybe opening with a still (for quick loading) and the movie plays once loadedby using the still while buffering this would have no border or controls and could be any size aspect ratio

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Is there one software for all this and more (the look framing controls/buttons should be consistent and appealing) ???

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« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2009, 04:59:32 AM »

Sam - I've seen product shots like this and seem to recall Flash or QuickTime being used as delivery method.
Here's one way to do it 360
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« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2009, 05:48:37 AM »

Quote from: jjj
Sam - I've seen product shots like this and seem to recall Flash or QuickTime being used as delivery method.
Here's one way to do it 360

Yeah Im getting the hang of making spinning product movies which I can roll in QT or even edit in FCP (Hold the front, fast spin, hold the back, fast spin back to the front)

I assume that can be easilly outputted as a flash movie

what Im interested in is the web USER being able to drag the product round

My first effort was 200 still shots - not enough

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