Posting 3D photos on website. Part 2. Saving animation in the software

Saving in HTML5+JavaScript formats

Save a 3D photo in HTML5+JavaScript format with desired resolution and JPEG compression quality. After that following files will appear on your PC:

  1. HTML-page for view in browser. Here you can see, how the 3D image HTML-code must look on your website.
  2. JPEG-image for pre-view. It is the front photo of an object, which will be depicted, while the 3D animation is loading.
  3. Catalog with images for 3D view. This catalog contains images, used for 3D view. Each image is a usual JPEG picture.
  4. Catalog with “photo3d-HTML-files” player files. Here are JavaScript files, which make available, to view a 3D photography in browser.

After having saved photos, open the HTML file in any browser and make sure, that the 3D animation is shown correctly.

 Секвенция файлов 3D фото html5 javascript

Pic.1. File structure of a 3D photography in HTML5+JavaScript format

Saving in HTML+SWF format

Save a 3D photo in HTML+SWF format with desired resolution and JPEG compression quality. After that following files will appear on your PC:

  1. HTML-page for view in browser. Here you can see, how the 3D image HTML-code must look on your website.
  2. JPEG-image for pre-view. It is the front photo of an object, which will be depicted, while the 3D animation is loading.
  3. Catalog with images for 3D view. This catalog contains images, used for 3D view. Each image is a usual JPEG picture.
  4. XML-file with a required information about a 3D photography.
  5. Player file in resolution .SWF.
  6. Scripts – a catalog with transaction JavaScript-files

 After having saved photos, open the HTML file in any browser and make sure, that the 3D animation is shown correctly.

 

3D photo swf flash 

Pic.2 File structure of a 3D photography in HTML+SWF format

 

Saving for export to a third party software

To export images to a third party, we recommend you to save them in  «Full uncompressed set of JPEG and RAW files in folder» format. Please note: in this format nearly all images from the camera, including RAW-files, are saved without losing quality. That’s why one photo in this format can possibly fill more than 1 Gb storage space on hard disk.