Use the User Data panel to add information about your project or image. The information can be added to the HTML template and within the skin using Placeholders. You can also use HTML tags to add a bit of styling to the text.
The following text fields are what comprise of User Data. If you have the Pro version, you can easily copy the data to all other nodes by clicking the copy to all nodes button.
|Field||Copy to All Nodes (Pro)|
|Date and Time||Yes|
|Custom Node ID||No|
✭ If you’ve added Exif data to the corresponding fields, you can have them automatically populated. Go to Settings > Exif Data, choose Import to User Data.
Latitude and Longitude
For Latitude and Longitude, you can either manually add GPS coordinates or add location data by opening the tour map, search for the location and click the flag on the map. Your coordinates will be updated in the User Data.
If altitude has been added to the metadata, then this field will be automatically filled. You can, however, manually add the altitude.
Indicates North. If North was recorded by the camera, this will be automatically filled. If not, you can set North manually.
North can be set by holding the N key and dragging the panorama to achieve the correct heading. If you have connected hotspots in Pano2VR Pro, you will see a thumbnail of that panorama to help guide placement.
✭ North can also be set using the Pick Landmark method from within the Tour Map.
Custom Node ID
Here you can create custom IDs for each node in a tour in Pano2VR Pro. For example, the custom ID can describe a room in a tour of a house:
To use, select Direct node access in the HTML Normal Template.
Tags are used to organize images within a tour and to help trigger skin elements.
To add a tag, type a word or string followed by space, comma, or tab. The tag will be set and is now ready for another to be added. Click the red X to delete the tag.
★ You can drag & drop tags from the User Data panel onto other nodes in the Tour Browser to assign the tag to these nodes.
Each panorama is automatically given a set of tags to help with filtering and to provide some useful information. Tags can be anything from No Title to Has Polygon Hotspots. When you have many nodes in a Pro project, you can use these Auto Tags to filter in the Tour Browser.
Assign a Color Tag
Tags can be assigned colors for easy tag identification in the browser and User Data panel. Right-click any tag and choose Assign Color, then select a color from the list.
Once a color is assigned, the tag will be colored and the color will be seen on on the image in the Tour Browser.