360 image

10 March 2016 20:47 #8167
Hi all

I am now trying to create a 3D panoramic image by projecting on a sphere a 360 video which you can see at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6VsVU4RaU928m4Q5kW-l_ZSkK20SI9bH
However the result is not displaying the video at all ! any hint / ideea please ?
11 March 2016 10:15 #8182

However the result is not displaying the video at all ! any hint / ideea please ?
Are there any errors or warnings in console?
Blend4web and that kind of thing.
12 March 2016 12:10 #8220
It seems there is an error

B4W ERROR: could not load video: ../360-video/0001-0250-spatial.altconv.?t=22122015200310 null

Not really the video I did used in the blender file

However there is a folder ../360-video which have inside the file I did used:

0001-0250-spatial.mp4

Can you see where the problem is ?
14 March 2016 10:36 #8256
Can you see where the problem is ?
Hi! Please, try to rename your file to 0001-0250-spatial.m4v.

More info about supported video formats:
https://www.blend4web.com/doc/en/textures.html#id22
Blend4Web Team
14 March 2016 21:44 #8270
Thank you for suggestion !
I did the changes, also moved the video in the same folder, re-assigned the texture and re-exported than opened the html in broser and got

360.blend
360spatial.m4v
both in the same folder
360.html is the exported file same folder too

Invalid URI. Load of media resource failed.
15 March 2016 13:16 #8281
Invalid URI. Load of media resource failed.
What browser/version are you using?

Also, was it a JSON or HTML export?
Blend4Web Team
15 March 2016 19:11 #8293
Is it an HTML export Ivan.
I did uploaded a zip file containing the html and the video file here: link

Can you please have look and maybe advise afterwards ?

With kind regards

Petronel
16 March 2016 17:24 #8305
It works for me both in Chrome and in Firefox without any error:


(i've just remove the camera limits to see the whole object)

This can be a browser-dependent issue. Do you reproduce it for the certain browser/OS? Does it happen in all browsers?

Also you don't need to place a video near the html file, because the video is already encoded in it.
Blend4Web Team
16 March 2016 22:04 #8308
Yes thank you !
Also needed to flip normals to go inside the spere and everything was ok !

Thank you very much for your help Ivan
16 March 2016 23:49 #8310
Also needed to flip normals to go inside the spere and everything was ok !
Nice, glad it helped!
Blend4Web Team
 
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