Hello everyone! I was looking for a replacement of adobe flash and I saw a lot of options of what it can be replaced with, but I'm still confused of how can I actually use it. What I specifically need it for is: I have some JPEGS which before I was converting them into html chrome files, through Pano2VR software (I need to see them in panorama mode) and from there I could open them with adobe flash player plugin. Does anyone know an alternative for this particular thing? Thank you very much!
I'm not familiar with Pano2VR, however, their site, https://ggnome.com/pano2vr/ states "Export panoramas in HTML5 format and upload to your web server." (scroll down to the 'Show Your Work' section). Modern browsers support HTML5 and no plugin is required.
Their FAQ page, https://ggnome.com/faqs/, also mentions exporting to HTML:
An unbranded license allows the user to hide the About Pano2VR… or the About Object2VR… menu option found within the right-click context menu of the HTML5 or Flash outputs.
Sounds like you'll still be able to use the software, but it's best to contact them and inquire about their solutions, as it's their product.
For preivously created panoramas exported to Flash, I assume you'd need to export them to HTML as they won't be viewable to the end-user as all supported browsers are eventually dropping support for Flash, meaning the plugin won't load at all in the browser.
Again, I recommend contacting the folks at Pano2VR as they know their software requirments/capabilities better than anyone here.
Ok, I will try to ask them about their solution, thank you very much for the response!