Filtering Images

Nodes in the Tour Browser can be filtered by tag, text, and distance.

Filter by Tag

Tags are added to nodes in the Tour Browser automatically (auto tags) or by the user. Both user-defined and auto tags will be listed in the Filter menu.

  1. Click the Filter type button.

  2. Choose Tags.

  3. From the menu, select a tag you created or one of the auto tags.

✭ Tags can be inverted. Click the tag to filter for all nodes that do not contain that tag. The tag below is currently filtering for all nodes that do no have sounds.

Inverted Tag
Inverted Tag

Filter by Text

  1. Click the Filter type button.

  2. Choose Text. The filter icon will change and the menu will change to a text field.

  3. Enter text or a string. The Tour Browser will automatically update.

To search for specific text that has been added to either User Data or the filename, click the Text and choose User Data or Filename.

Search for specific text.
Search for specific text.

✭ The text filter can be inverted. Click the tag to filter for all nodes that do not contain that text.

Filter by Distance

To filter by distance, the nodes must have GPS.

  1. Click the Filter type button.

  2. Choose Distance. The filter icon will change and the menu will change to a field to enter distance.The default is set to unlimited.

    Filter distances.
    Filter distances.

✭ Click the distance to toggle between < and > (lower than or greater than the specified distance).

To change the distance unit, go to the Preferences/Settings > General > Units, and choose between metric or imperial.

Filtering Images in the Tour Browser

Using Tags to Filter Levels

Tags can be added to each node in a tour to signify a specific level of a multi-story building. This is useful for tidying up the tour browser or for when adding levels to a Google Street View tour.


See also

Last modified: 2022-08-09