What's funny is that in preview it looks like I haven't got enough memory to see a smooth movement in the panorama. I can almost compare it to when I tried to make a recording of the screen using my laptop. Because my laptop was too slow, the result was a jiggy preformance where the panorama kind a jumped from frame to frame, missing big parts in the middle. Eg. starts at pan-90 and the next frame you see is pan+45. Am I making any sence?? *lol*
Dave are you alsom on a vista 64 bit computer??
Well......... that's just great to know now that I already got vista 64 bit installed. Funny enough there were no warnings on the ms vista package
Do you know if PW 5 is vista 64bit compatible? Otherwise I'll ofcourse ask Easypano directly.
I want to use PW5 to preview my final .jpg panorama files. If this isn't possible, does anybody have a suggestion to an other way to get a fast preview? I've tried PTviewer.exe but can't get it to work in Vista. Now I am vreating a flash file everytime I want to see the preview. this works fine to takes too long.
Thanks for all of your help so far.
- a newbie trying to improve