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The center of Pano2VR contains your panorama. Here you can view the panorama and use the Viewer Modes to add patches, hotspots, sounds, images, videos and lens flares.

Viewer Modes

The Viewer Modes let you add elements to your panorama.

You can get to each of the following modes by hovering your mouse over the icon in the upper left corner (Select mode) of the Viewer. The modes palette will slide out from the side - click to activate the tool.

You can also show and hide the elements that have been added to the panorama to help keep the viewer tidy by toggling on the eye icon.

Add Elements by double-clicking in the Viewer. If adding an image, video or sound, you’ll be prompted for the media file.

Move Elements by dragging them. To restrict movement to only pan or tilt, hold down shift while dragging horizontally or vertically respectively.


Pano2VR automatically levels your panoramas (if needed), however, you might need to refine the leveling. You can do this in the Viewer:

  • Hold L and drag on the edges of the panorama. You might find it helpful to add more grid lines in the Viewer Settings.


Viewer with Stereographic Projection

View your panoramas in multiple projections by right-clicking in the Viewer and in the menu, go to Change Projections and choose from:

  • Rectilinear

  • Stereographic

  • Fisheye

See also

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