Very nice work.
I would nevertheless focus your attention on the end user license of Pure Player. I've been reading through it and, point 3.1.2 states: "the Software is used from your client’s website in order for a third party to play directly from a web page the multimedia content you have created. By using the software on his website, your client must accept all terms of this EULA". On following point 3.2 "You may not alter, merge, modify, adapt or translate the Software, or decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble, or otherwise reduce the Software to a human-perceivable form." and at 3.6 "You may not use the Software in conjunction or linked in any way with but not limited to, other software, HTML code and/or Java scripts, to automate creation and edition of panoramic content for the use and benefits of third parties.".
I am probably simply paranoiac, but these points do not leave me quite happy using it.