News from the Gnomes

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September 9, 2019
This month, we’ve released two tutorials for Pano2VR 6.1 beta. Learn how to add Google fonts and custom hotspot images.
Animation Tutorials
May 23, 2019
Check out our latest tutorial series on creating Animations in Pano2VR.
November 28, 2018
Today seems like a good day for an update. We hope this news finds you well. We have released Pano2VR 6.0.1, which is just a minor bug fix release which includes the following fixes plus other various fixes. Fixed an issue where iOS users’ panoramas wouldn’t spin properly if interacted with during a transition. Fixed an issue where...
April 9, 2018
We’ve got lots of news to share today. We’ll be doing some travelling at the end of May and we hope we’ll get to meet up with some of you. We also have three new tutorials on the Skin Editor. Read on! IVRPA – Tokyo 2018 This year’s IVRPA conference will be held in the remarkable city...
July 13, 2017
We’ve recently produced two new tutorials. One helps you understand a little more about how skins work and the other shows you all the tricks to dragging and dropping in Pano2VR. Understanding Skins If you’re just starting to learn about the Skin Editor, you might find this tutorial helpful. In it, we open a skin and show...
February 8, 2017
Today, we’re happy to release an update to Pano2VR 5.1 beta! In this update, you’ll find the following changes: Exif data is preserved when converting images and outputting via Transformation Video panoramas can be used with the Animation Editor and exported on Windows Custom node IDs for direct node access has been added When width is 0, auto sizing...
January 12, 2017
First of all, Happy New Year! We are welcoming 2017 with a few tutorials. Working in List View New in Pano2VR version 5, is the helpful List View that lists all the elements that have been added to the Viewer. In the following tutorial, Martin shows you how to work with it: The List View – Pano2VR Package Viewer In...
November 16, 2016
Today we’ve published a few tutorials and we hope you’ll find them useful. Arranging Windows Pano2VR’s interface is easy to customize for your needs. You can rearrange panels and then save the layouts for later use. Here, you see exactly how this is done: Customizing the Interface – Pano2VR Introduction to the Skin Editor We also have a few...
April 4, 2016
If you find yourself needing to fix your down shots or any other portion of your panorama, you will find Pano2VR’s Patches Mode a helpful feature and we’ve just made a tutorial to help you show how to add and edit patches. Fixing 360º Panoramas and Virtual Tours with Patches in Pano2VR Patches lets you extract...
July 23, 2015
Today, we’ve got a getting started tutorial that we hope will help you to quickly get up and running with version 5. In the tutorial we cover basic workflows for both Pano2VR and Pano2VR pro. In Pano2VR we add hotspots and patches. We also fine-tune the leveling on a Theta image. For Pano2VR pro, we...
June 29, 2015
Pano2VR 5 got lots of new powerful features and I bet there’s one you may have seen and been wondering about: variables. You’ll find them in the Skin Editor and they have plenty of uses. In fact, too many to write in one post or even a single tutorial. But you’re in luck, because Martin created...
October 3, 2014
How many of you use a camera with a video recording function for taking your panoramas? I’m willing to bet, most of you. Now, how many of you have tried taking a panorama and recording a portion of the panorama as video? I’m going to guess a few. I’m hoping that after seeing this tutorial,...
May 16, 2014
Our latest tutorial shows how quickly you can touch up your object images after you’ve captured or imported them into Object2VR. You can: – crop, – sharpen, – mask, – adjust levels and white balance, and – fix any drifting that may have occurred. The image processing feature is found in both Object2VR pro and Object2VR studio....
April 15, 2014
The biggest advantage of Object2VR studio is that you can simplify and quicken your workflow through automation. Plug in both your turntable and camera to the computer, connect them, enter the number of rows and columns you’ll be shooting and let Object2VR studio take it from there. To better help you understand the workflow or to...
April 1, 2014
Back in August, we updated the Skin Editor with Pano2VR 4.5 beta 1. That update included a completely new user interface and lots of new features to make building skins a lot easier. A few weeks ago, we added this to our latest beta release of Object2VR. So, we figured it was a good time...
March 13, 2013
This week we released a new tip and updated a tutorial. If you have Pano2VR Pro, you can use online maps to indicate location. Our latest tip will explain how to add a Google Map (plus alternative map services, like OpenStreetMap) to the HTML template: Adding Google Maps to the HTML5 output Our hotspot tutorials were...
January 29, 2013
Our first tutorials out in 2013 are about Node Markers. The node marker is found in the Skin Editor and its primary function is to make it easier to show a panorama’s location within a virtual tour. The node marker can also be used to trigger skin elements using tags added in the User Data. The...
June 4, 2012
Fresh from the garden: an updated HTML5 tutorial.
May 27, 2012
Yay! New multiresolution tutorials for Pano2VR are now up. The Basic tutorial takes you through the initial steps and basic settings for outputting a multiresolution image. The Advanced tutorial picks up where the Basic tutorial leaves off and goes into more detail about the advanced settings (this one is more of an explanation of the settings rather...
May 27, 2012
Yay! New multiresolution tutorials for Pano2VR are now up. The Basic tutorial takes you through the initial steps and basic settings for outputting a multiresolution image. The Advanced tutorial picks up where the Basic tutorial leaves off and goes into more detail about the advanced settings (this one is more of an explanation of the settings rather...

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