Tracking Hotspots – Pano2VR 7

Tracking Hotspots Animate Point Hotspots to track objects in a video panorama. Track Objects in Video Panoramas Using the Animation Editor Add a video panorama. Add a Point Hotspot that will track an object in the video. Open the Animation Editor. Add a Video Panorama Clip. Long press the Add Clip button and choose, Video […]

Embedding Fonts – Pano2VR 7

Embedding Fonts Fonts can be embedded in Pano2VR’s skin. This means that the fonts are served locally, rather than fetching them from third-party servers like Google Fonts. In our example, we use Google Fonts as many use them in their projects but would need them to be served locally. However, you can use any font […]

Code Element – Pano2VR 7

Code Element The code element is used to apply Javascript to the skin. The code element is used to add custom Javascript and CSS. When the script is added with custom properties, they are added to the interface as parameters. The code element itself can then be saved as a component. Position ID Give the […]

Image – Pano2VR 7

Image The image element is used to add images to the skin. Once you click on the Canvas, you'll be instructed to selected an image. Position ID Give the element a unique ID or name. An ID is given automatically and will be numerically ordered when more than one are added. If an ID is […]

Node Image – Pano2VR 7

Node Image Use the Node Image Element to easily add thumbnail images from the current tour. This is especially useful for creating galleries or buttons from the images. Use this in conjunction with the Cloner to build a tour menu or gallery. Click in the canvas to add an image. A placeholder will appear. Go […]

Skin Elements – Pano2VR 7

Skin Elements A skin element is any object added to the skin. Elements like Text Boxes and Timers are added by selecting them in the Toolbar and then clicking in the Canvas. Elements like Images or Sounds can be dragged onto the Canvas. When an element is selected, its properties appear in the Properties section […]

Text Box – Pano2VR 7

Text Box Text Box are for adding text to the skin. You can use basic HTML tags to format the text, or use CSS. Position ID Give the element a unique ID or name. An ID is given automatically and will be numerically ordered when more than one are added. If an ID is already […]

Logic Block Triggers – Pano2VR 7

Logic Block Triggers Triggers are start of events for a condition of a logic block. Player Player Width The trigger is based on the width of the player. Player Height The trigger is based on the height of the player. Player Aspect Ratio The trigger is based on the player’s aspect ratio. This is helpful […]

List of Placeholders – Pano2VR 7

List of Placeholders A placeholder is like a shortcut for using data or text from other sections of the software. A placeholder is like a shortcut for using data or text from other sections of the software. For example, a text box in the skin may contain $(p) which will display the percentage of how […]

Creating Skins – Pano2VR 7

Creating Skins Use the Skin Editor to create and design interactive overlays for your virtual tours. Introduction to the Skin Editor Learn more about the Skin Editor’s layout, its main controls, and the elements: Skin Editor Skin Elements The Basic Workflow Open the Skin Editor using any of the following methods: Go to Tools → […]

Input Formats – Pano2VR 7

Input Formats Below is a list of all file formats that Pano2VR supports as input image. Input Images Format Compression Color Depth Comment JPEG 8-bit RGB PNG Lossless, DEFLATE 8 and 16-bit TIFF LZW, RLE, ZIP 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit (float) with BigTIFF support, planar files are not supported PSD/PSB Compatible mode required, […]

Logic Blocks – Pano2VR 7

Logic Blocks When building a skin, sometimes you need a little more control over how elements react to user input or other events. Logic Blocks will, for example, allow you to target a specific element to scale to a specific size depending on the player's width, creating a responsive skin. What is a Logic Block […]

JavaScript API – Pano2VR 7

JavaScript API The Pano2VR player has an external API so that it can be controlled with JavaScript. The skin uses this exact API. Since the skin files are not minified, you can simply peek into a skin file to figure out how some things are done internally. All the examples below use pano as the […]

Web Element Properties – Pano2VR 7

Web Element Properties Use the Web Element to pin web content to the panorama, like a YouTube video or web pages. ID – Each web element added is given a unique ID. The default is Element01. The number will increase with each added element. ✭ Tip – This ID can be used as a target […]

Upload to Gnome Cloud – Pano2VR 7

Upload to Gnome Cloud The Gnome Cloud is a service we provide that you can use to host your projects. Upload a project to the cloud from the Web Output. Subscribe and Log in to Gnome Cloud Those who have a Version 7 license are granted a 90-day trial that can be started at any […]

Gnome Cloud Browser – Pano2VR 7

Gnome Cloud Browser The Gnome Cloud is a service we provide that you can use to host your projects. Use the Browser to view projects and data associated with them. Gnome Cloud Browser Filter – Search for a project by filtering with text. Refresh – Refresh the Browser to update traffic and views count. Account […]

Generate an Alternative Video File – Pano2VR 7

Generate an Alternative Video File An alternative video file can be converted from within the Video Mode's properties. Add a pinned video. Set the converter up as FFmpeg is needed. With the video selected, open the Properties panel if not already opened. For Alternative File, click the gear icon to open the converter. In the […]

Transformation Output Properties – Pano2VR 7

Transformation Output Properties The transformation output allows you to re-project the panorama to create a thumbnail preview image or an image for print. from your panoramic image and to remap your panoramic image. Transformation Output Properties Preview This is the output preview. Right-click the preview image to change its size. Options of Small, Medium and […]

Transformation Output – Pano2VR 7

Transformation Output The transformation output allows you to re-project the panorama to create a thumbnail preview image or an image for print. Transformation Output There aren’t many options here in the output panel as they are all located in the Properties panel. Output Folder All files associated with this output will be added to this […]

Animation Output – Pano2VR 7

Animation Output Use the Animation Output to create a flat video from the clips and sequences created in the Animation Editor. Choose the Animation Output type using the green plus button. The Animation Output Properties will open the Properties panel. Below are the settings for exporting the project. Output Folder All files associated with this […]