Arqspin is constantly working to improve our service so that you can better serve your customers. To better support our web-based zoom viewer, we have re-architected our image and video servers to deliver data at exactly the resolution needed on-the-fly! This ensures that the spin data perfectly matches the resolution on the screen, without any blurring or resampling artifacts, while also creating the smallest filesize possible without sacrificing quality. In addition, our servers now all support HTTP/2 connections, which removes any overhead when multiple data sources are required. Combined with our intelligent progressive loading strategy, this means even faster load times for 360 spins! These improvements have been automatically rolled out to our web-based spin viewer, so you don’t need to make any changes to benefit.
Here is a spin from our homepage embedded at 325 ✕ 325 pixels:
Here is the same spin embedded with the same pixel count as the original image 636 ✕ 636.
When double-clicking or pinching to zoom in, both zoom to the same maximum resolution data regardless of the embedded spin’s initial resolution.
Do consider the following factors when embedding your spin at large resolutions:
-Embedding a spin with very high resolution may take longer to load and will deactivate the zoom capability if the embedded spin is too close in size to the original file.
-Make sure your original file is at least is large enough to justify your embed size. If you embed a 1080p spin as if it was a 4K video, you will lose resolution.
We’re glad to continue improving our service to stay the fastest and simplest 360 spin solution! If you have any questions about on-the-fly spin resizing or the web-based zoom viewer, contact us at email@example.com.