Here you’ll find an ongoing list of new features added to each version of Pano2VR 6.
Street View Browser
You can now search and filter in the Street View Browser to help find your projects. You can also sort the projects according to name or publish dates, etc.
- Pinned sounds that pasted to a node were later tagged as missing files, this is now fixed
- The vertical scrollbar in a scroll area will no longer turn into an non-interactive black line when its size is set to auto
- After swapping floor plan images, the new image will be shown as expect when reopening the project
- Fixed an issue with Firefox and Hotspot Proxy IDs
Added the ability to loop clips.
- Sound now plays on first touch/interaction in Chrome and on open in Firefox
- 8 and 16-bit TIFFs and cylindrical images now displaying correctly with HD Intel graphics cards
- Map tiles now change according to the chosen Map Provider
- Scroll Area’s inner element is now being resized correctly
- For some, the placeholder
$(if)was displaying the wrong filepath, this is now fixed
- Stereographic projection in the Transformation output will no longer revert to a tilt of -90º
- You now get a warning to locate the FFmpeg executable if Pano2VR cannot find it
- Move mode in Target Viewing Parameters now matches the Viewer’s move mode
- Made improvements to sound playback in some browsers
- Improvements made to zooming in to the Canvas of the Skin Editor
- Added the snow component found in the components toolbox
- Added a seek bar component for video panoramas
- Added a map pin component for use with the map element
- Fixed: Pinned video now plays back in Chrome
This was a bugfix release that fixed the following:
- Fixed an issue where iOS users’ panoramas wouldn’t spin properly if interacted with during a transition
- Fixed an issue where map pins couldn’t be selected when using a simple floor plan
- Fixed an issue for some Windows users who would get a black frame in the Viewer when playing back video panoramas. Please download and intall the latest K-Lite Codec Pack.
Floor plans can now be added to the Tour Map which can then be geolocated so nodes without GPS that are pinned to the floor plan will get location information.
The floor plans added here, can also be added to the Map element in the Skin Editor.
Custom Map Tiles
Custom Maps can also be added to the Tour Map. So, if you want to use tiles from another provider, you can apply this here. The custom map can also be applied to the skin.
The maps element now supports custom maps and floor plans that have been added in the Tour Map.
The Animation Editor is now a panel and uses the main Viewer for viewing the animation.
There is also a new track that can be added for controlling skin elements.
Sequences can now be created and outputted.
There is now a way to change skins without having to open the Skin Editor. Use variables that will show in the Edit Skin Configuration in the HTML5 Output.
Positioning in the Skin Editor has been updated to better reflect how positioning works in HTML5.
New skin action source: Media Ended
Two new components have been added to the Components Toolbox:
Map Pin with Radar Component — allows you to easily connect tour nodes to pins on a map or floor plan
3D Arrow Hotspots – Street View style navigation arrows
Google Street View
Log in to multiple accounts
Pick Place ID for quickly adding POI to an image
360 Video in Viewer
The viewer now supports 360 video, making it easier to work with them in Pano2VR.
- Improved gigapixel support with tiled multi-resolution
- Fast loading for tours with more than 10,000 nodes
- Custom Fly-in effect
- Filtered actions
- Flash and QuickTime outputs no longer supported
- Added a Quick Share button for quick exporting to social networks
- You can now line up map pins with a selected node’s radar beam. Press the Alt key while dragging an inactive pin.