Here you’ll find an ongoing list of new features added to each version of Pano2VR 5.
Google Street View export
Auto place hotspots
Links in Map View
Rectilinear, Fisheye, Stereographic (Little Planet) projections
Pixel accurate (no wavy lines)
Supports gigapixel images (multiresolution)
New Skin Editor Features
The Skin Editor got more toys:
Video Element that can playback your self-hosted video or videos from YouTube and Vimeo.
Seek Bar that allows for scrubbing through any media element (i.e. background sound, video panorama, etc.).
Dynamically change projections with skin actions including the Change Projection action.
Animation Editor and Projections
The animation editor gained a track for Projections. It also now supports 360º video (currently macOS only).
Dynamic transitioning of projections
Better Workflow for 360º Video
360º video panoramas no longer need to be reformatted into a 3x2 format.
Native equirectangular support (3x2 format no longer needed)
Changing of projections
Pano2VR Pro only
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.
You can now change the fill and border colors of the polygon hotspots and show and hide them using skin actions:
Gear VR Support
Pano2VR got a facelift!
The interface has been given a major update. We added a large, central preview window that also acts as an editor. Not only that, the interface is also configurable so you see only what you need.
The animation editor lets you get super creative with your panoramas. You can now export the panoramas as movie files that will play on their own in both HTML5 and Flash.
We now have a variety of lens flares that are working in HTML5 and are much easier to apply.
Now you can have the transitions you’ve always wanted in HTML5. Why let Flash have all the fun?
New Skin Editor Features
The Skin Editor has gotten a lot of new toys!
Cloner – A tool to replicate any element.
Components Toolbox – A collection of predefined skin elements.
Logic Blocks – A powerful way to give skin elements functionality triggered by events.
Variables - Tools that can help simplify automation within a skin.
Node Image - A way to quickly add thumbnail images to tour hotspots, galleries, and menus.
Map - Adds a map to the skin.
Color Tool - A simple tool for quickly changing the color theme of the whole skin.
The filtering in the tour browser in Pano2VR pro has been updated to better help organize large amounts of panoramas:
If you are on Mac OS, and use Finder Tags, those tags will be applied to the panoramas.
If your project is a large tour and has been GPS tagged, you can now filter via distance.
Any text applied to a panorama in User Data can be filtered.
You can now level panoramas! Just hold down L and drag the panorama in the Viewer to level.
You’ll find this feature tucked away in the Tour menu in Pano2VR pro. After you’ve added your geo-tagged panoramas, choose Sequential or Closest Nodes to automatically link all nodes.
We’ve added a History panel that shows you every move/edit you’ve made. This makes it much easier to undo something or even to see the details of a process.