Sometimes it’s the small details. In this tutorial, we show you how to pin and align video within the panorama using the tools you already have.
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Our latest tutorial shows how quickly you can touch up your object images after you’ve captured or imported them into Object2VR.
To better help you understand the workflow or to see what you may be missing, check out our latest Object2VR tutorial on Image Capturing.
Back in August, we updated the Skin Editor with Pano2VR 4.5 beta 1. That update included a completely new user interface and lots of new features to make building skins a lot easier. A few weeks ago, we added this to our latest beta release of Object2VR. So, we figured it was a good time to create some video tutorials for this new skin editor.
This week we released a new tip and updated a tutorial.
Our first tutorials out in 2013 are about Node Markers. The node marker is found in the Skin Editor and its primary function is to make it easier to show a panorama’s location within a virtual tour. The node marker can also be used to trigger skin elements using tags added in the User Data.
Fresh from the garden: an updated HTML5 tutorial.
Yay! New multiresolution tutorials for Pano2VR are now up. The Basic tutorial takes you through the initial steps and basic settings for outputting a multiresolution image.
Ever wonder how to get your Flash panorama in a PDF? Well, thanks to Martin, now you can learn how. He’s written up an easy-to-follow tutorial explaining the steps.
We’ve just posted another quick tutorial on outputting multiresolution Flash movies with Pano2VR 3.0beta.