Today we’re happy to release 5.1 and 5.2 beta.
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We’ve released Pano2VR 5.1 beta 2, will be providing an export for Google Street View and have produced a series of tutorials on using tags in Pano2VR and Pano2VR Pro.
Happy Holidays from the Garden Gnome Software team! We’d like to give you a little stocking stuffer!
Today, we are presenting you with our biggest update since and it’s packed with new features. The most fun, by far, is the support for multiple projections. The projections can be dynamically changed in the Viewer, in the output and even within the Animation Editor. And that’s not only for still panoramas, but also for 360º video.
We’ve released a bug fix release Pano2VR 5.0.3, there’s a new a German-language book for panorama photography and a reminder of where to find our documentation for version 5.
Object2VR 3.1.1 is a bug-fix release for macOS X Sierra and adds touch support for Microsoft Edge.
Pano2VR 5.0.2 is now available and has been updated to include the API key needed for Google Maps.
Here is a doozy of an update for you! It is our first bugfix release for Pano2VR 5.
On Windows you may get a “Connection Error” after checking for updates. In case this occurs, you will need to manually download the update. This bug has been fixed in this update.
That’s one fix, here is a sampling of the rest:
It has been a while, yes, but today we are releasing Object2VR 3.1.0!
In this version we have made a lot of fixes and some fine-tunings, including the improving of the HiDPI support for HTML5.
We are very happy to release Pano2VR 5 which is a major update with a lot of new features. The most significant change being how fast you can get things done.
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