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Welcome,

purpose of this page is to give you few hints on how to get the best of the Pavel's Alpen-Panoramen in Full HD site.

Panorama images are organized in to section. Section of each panorama can be expanded or collapsed by tapping/clicking on the panorama image on the list with blue background.

Click on panorama to expand/collapse the panorama section.

At the top of each section you will see panorama image with a hint 'CLICK HERE'. When you click/tap on this image, the panorama image in Full HD (h=1080px) will be loaded. All those images are split to small 'tiles', so that iPad's Safari displays them correctly. Depending on the speed of your connection, download of all the 'tiles' can take few seconds.

Click on the panorama image to view the panorama in the Full HD.

At the end of each section, you will see several buttons, which provide following functions:

Click here to open a new window with a position of the shotting spot on Google Maps. N47°02'19,5"
E13°01'13,7"
will open a new window with Google Maps centered to the spot, from which this panorama has been taken
(the coordinates can be used for locating the spot on maps or GPS devices)
Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD TV-set. 7,91MB
w=9875px
will start to download the panorama image as a single file in the Full HD (h=1080px) resolution
(this option is designed for use on a PC/Mac, but will not provide any good result on the iPad)
Click here to download this panorama as a single file, e.g. to view it on a HD Ready TV-set. 7,91MB
w=9875px
will start to download the panorama image as a single file in the HD Ready (h=720px) resolution
(this option is designed for use on a PC/Mac, but will not provide any good result on the iPad)
Click here to download this panorama as a single file in high resolution of h=2025px. 7,91MB
w=9875px
will start to download the panorama image as a single file in high resolution of h=2025px
(this option is designed for use on a PC/Mac, but will not provide any good result on the iPad)
Click here to download this panorama as a single file in high resolution of h=2025px.
will open a new window with this panorama published at the alpen-panoramen.de in h=500px quality
Click here to download this panorama as a single file in high resolution of h=2025px. Panorama by Uwe Deuschle's utility.
For full 360° panorama click here.
  • click on the small image at left to open a new window with computer drawn panorama with peak labels generated by Uwe Deuschle's utility
  • click on the Uwe Deuschle's utility link to open a new window with Uwe Deuschle home page
  • click on the here link in the second line to open a new window with computer drawn 360° panorama (as it would look like, when taken from the same spot) with peak labels generated by Uwe Deuschle's utility

The design of the site have been optimized for Apple iPad's Safari. What does this mean?

  • page width has been adjusted (to 964px) to fit the display, in what ever position you choose to hold your iPad,
  • images have been cut to 'tiles' and are seamlessly presented so that you can enjoy it at a high resolution,
  • size of buttons has been adjusted, so that it's easy to tap on them,
  • images on the panorama site are loaded in 4 times higher resolution/size to look good even when you zoom in on your iPad - try it out!

In case, you did not find the information you have been looking for here, please drop me an email. Thank you.


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