Google Street View export
Added a new panel that lets you connect to your Google account and upload tours to Google Street View.
Blurs and Patches
Quickly blur license plates and faces with the Blur Patch (useful for Google Street View export). You can also use the blurred cover to hide the tripod. You can even extract a patch in the Master Node which will extract the same area in all tour nodes.
Auto Place Hotspots
Auto Place is a new hotspot feature that will automatically place the linked panorama after activating a ghost hotspot. It will also lock the hotspot’s location so that if later the GPS or North is changed, the hotspot will adapt and be in the right place.
Tour Map Refinements
The Tour Map and Tour Browser can now show labels. The tour map labels will correspond to the panoramas in the Tour Browser. By default the feature is turned off. To turn it on, go to the Preferences or Settings: Advanced → Show map labels in tour browser and map.
The links between tour nodes are now visible in the Tour Map. Removing links can also be done in the Tour Map and in the Tour menu using the Remove All Links option.
List View Shows Element Types
The List View panel now has a column showing the element types, making it easier to see for example, if a sound element is either Surround or Static.
New Keyboard Shortcuts
When you reach the last tour node (or any node), hit Z to turn around 180º (and go back). You can use the keyboard shortcut, Command-] to move forward or Command-[ to move back through the nodes.
Use the keyboard shortcuts, Command-click or Control-click a hotspot in the Viewer to open the connected node’s Target Viewing Parameters.
In the User Data panel is an option to copy North to all nodes in a tour. This is useful if you have an indoor tour and used a view/direction that was a temporary North.
Set Transitions in the Skin
Transitions can be set from within the Skin. If you need more control you can even control the type of transition, speed and time with expert mode.
Lots of Input Options
|Improve your images.
|Build a Virtual Tour.
|Enhance the experience.
Add interactive elements like hotspots, directional sound and video to your panoramas. Use the powerful Skin Editor to design custom buttons and controllers – all of which can be made responsive so the design fits to any screen. No coding required. We promise!
|Seamlessly change projections.
Easily reproject spherical panoramas during viewing or open a panorama from a little planet view to a rectilinear view on opening or create a standard format video that moves through different projections.
|Reveal the highlights.
Guide viewers by creating an animation path through your panoramas or tour to show off the best areas. At any time, the viewer can interact and explore further. You can even export this walk-through as a video file.
|Contribute to Google Street View.
Pano2VR offers an easy way to add and edit existing panoramas and tours to Google Street View. Once you’ve connected your account, you will see all tours and panoramas that you’ve uploaded to Google Street View. You can continue to add to your gallery or even download the existing images.
|Show your work.
Export your panoramas as HTML5, Flash or QuickTime VR formats or use our handy plugins to post them directly to your Wordpress, Joomla or Drupal site. Pano2VR will also help you to transform your images into different projections for printing.
|Google Street View - Single image upload||V||V|
|Google Street View - Tour upload||V||V|
|TIFF, PNG, PSD/PSB, JPEG, OpenEXR, Radiance HDR support||V||V|
|8bit, 16bit and HDR image support||V||V|
|Gigapixel (flat and spherical) and Multiresolution||V||V|
|Directional and background sound||V||V|
|Target direction selector for tours||X||V|
|Hotspot marker hints||X||V|
|Image and Audio transitions||X||V|
|Components Toolbox (Built-in & user definable)||V||V|
|Point and Polygon Hotspots||V||V|
|HTML5 export (iPhone, iPad, modern web browser)||V||V|
|Animation and Video Export||V||V|
|Google Cardboard support||V||V|
|Flash and QuickTimeVR export||V||V|
|Transformation output (Little Planet, Rectilinear, etc.)||V||V|
|Video, Images, Sounds and Lens Flares||V||V|
|Package Format for CMS||V||V|
|Unbranded output files||X||V|
- Windows 8 and higher
- macOS 10.10 or higher
- Microsoft Windows XP or higher
- Mac OS X 10.8.5 or higher
- Linux (tested with Ubuntu 10.04, OpenSuse 10.2)
Object2VR是一個應用程式，可創建單一和多行的QuickTime VR（QTVR）或Macromedia Flash8和Flash9物件影片，功能如視圖狀態，可定制的外觀和自動旋轉等等。
Create single-row, multi-row and multi-state object movies. Object2VR supports JPEG, PNG, TIFF, PSD and QuickTime VR source files.
To display an object in different variants, for example, different features or in different colors, Object2VR lets you add these images as view states. You can then switch between the image sets displaying the object's options.
Use hotspots to pop up information, highlight an area of the object or to open another object movie. The Hotspot Editor makes it easy to apply hotspots to individual images or to the whole project.
Use the powerful Skin Editor to design your own look and feel for the player. You can add animations, sound effects and custom buttons making the movie more interactive
Show the Details
Let users zoom in deeper to see the detail in the object. Multiresolution, for both HTML5 and Flash outputs, gives you multiple levels of resolution with smooth zooming and control.
Carema and Tuenable Control
Connect both your turntable and camera to your computer and let Object2VR do the hard work. Object2VR will trigger the camera as the turntable rotates. Both Nikon and Canon DSLRs are supported along with many of the most popular turntables.
Retouch the images right in Object2VR. You can crop, mask, adjust levels and fix drifting objects without having to leave the program.
Our CMS plugins let you quickly post your interactive panorama directly to your Wordpress, Joomla, or Drupal site using our package format.