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How to present 360 gif?

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Hi! I finished a 360VR animation in ANIMATE CC. It works fine in VR view. When I publish it, the website is blank and the address is local. If I want to take it to another computer, what address and what files should I take to that computer?

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Sorry about the confusion. It looks like GIF to me because it loops seamlessly. Audience can  drag it around. 

GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) is a bitmap image file format, created in 1987, that supports losslessly-compressed 256-color images and primitive frame-based animation. It is not a generic term for "seamlessly looping video without sound", despite what the internet may have lead you to believe.

Fortunately we already have a generic term for video files: "Videos".

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How to present 360 gif?

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Hi! I finished a 360VR animation in ANIMATE CC. It works fine in VR view. When I publish it, the website is blank and the address is local. If I want to take it to another computer, what address and what files should I take to that computer?

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Sorry about the confusion. It looks like GIF to me because it loops seamlessly. Audience can  drag it around. 

GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) is a bitmap image file format, created in 1987, that supports losslessly-compressed 256-color images and primitive frame-based animation. It is not a generic term for "seamlessly looping video without sound", despite what the internet may have lead you to believe.

Fortunately we already have a generic term for video files: "Videos".

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save your fla to a new directory.  publish to that directory.

all the files/folders in that directory, except the fla, need to uploaded to your website and/or transferred to another computer.

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So I publish it and open the html file. However, it's all blank.

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I'm confused as to your specification of "gif" in the title. GIF files are entirely different from Animate's VR stuff.

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Kids these days call all forms of video a GIF, apparently. I blame reddit.

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Not so sure what exactly I should call it. Maybe webgl?

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Sorry about the confusion. It looks like GIF to me because it loops seamlessly. Audience can  drag it around. However, when a VR video ends, it goes back to the starting pointing.

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quany95255037  wrote

Sorry about the confusion. It looks like GIF to me because it loops seamlessly. Audience can  drag it around. 

GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) is a bitmap image file format, created in 1987, that supports losslessly-compressed 256-color images and primitive frame-based animation. It is not a generic term for "seamlessly looping video without sound", despite what the internet may have lead you to believe.

Fortunately we already have a generic term for video files: "Videos".

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