This change did not work - Still processing (I've been doing other work for the last couple of weeks - back at this now...)
I am in the process of trying to create a long blue line outdoor trail (452 panos) - I've seen a GoThru video with an auto-connect button - but this does not seem to exist - I've been doing it manually - very slow - am I missing something?
Also - some other walks I recorded using video (Ricoh Thetha Z1), and a GPS track separately (GPS Logger)... I'm trying to join these together. Do you know anything about this process... I'm getting a bit lost! Maybe that's a whole other can of worms...
@albug Thank you for the reply. I highly suggest your team adds the option to have the auto rotate pause, since it's very distracting to have a pano rotate in the background while reading text, viewing pictures or watching an embedded video. If the pano could dim, the way it does in 3DVista, that would also be a welcome option.
@plberanek You've guess correctly the rotation is because the sofware uses the direction angle and then tries to pann to the desired direction. For now, the solution is to rotate the panos in the Moderator so they are facing the desired direction and that will result in a smaller panning. About this we can have our development team look and see if we can have an option where we do not pann, but implementing it might take us 3-4 weeks.
@Dario-Lama-Panoswiss Some times it takes Google up to 10 days to display the images under the 360 tab. Please give Google a bit more time. If that does not work write an email to email@example.com and we can have a look and see if there anything wrong.
@Ben-Bryant Are you talking about a Google Street View Tour? or about a Virtual Tour in GoThru?
If your are talking about a Virtual Tour in GoThru, then we have animation icons from LordIcon, that can be used for the Pano Link type hotspots.
From what I know you can just stare longer in VR at the navigation and it will act as a click, therefor not needing to use the click button of the Google Cardboard. But there is a few issues.
I think the hotspots don't work very well with the current application (last build from 2021), I think the YT videos don't play.
We are currently working on a new app that will have better support that the previous version, and we are expecting this new app to be available in the Pay and App store in a month from now (Oct 2022).
Regarding not downloading additional apps ... GoThru does not support WebVR since our focus was on delivering a premium experience via a native application, which will have to be installed on the customer device.
@edward-simms Theta and Insta360 are good cameras but require a lot of work to produce quality images. I would advise you to use Trisio Lite 2 https://gothru.co/trisio_gothru.html which delivers exceptional quality straight from the camera. These cameras all produce 360 images, and the process in GoThru is the same as for DSLR cameras (after you've stitched the panoramic image).
Create New Tour
Upload 360 Images
Create connections between panoramas, with GoThru Moderator
Publish to Google Street View
@Federico-Sajoux Google no admite un menú y puntos de acceso directamente en Street View. El menú y los puntos de acceso solo están disponibles a través de nuestro sitio web de visitas virtuales tourmkr.com
@Vincen-Soto Google tiene grandes problemas con Blue Lines, en este momento, porque intentan nivelar automáticamente los panoramas, pero algo sale mal de su lado y los panoramas terminan muy torcidos. He creado un ticket con Google si quieres comprobar el problema. https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/229630008
Para publicar panoramas, en una página de Google Map Business, no hay problema y puede hacerlo fácilmente con GoThru
@Skanowski-pl You can not move panoramas location in Street Editor, that app is for exacting images from 360 videos and associate them with the GPS. Once you have your images in Street Editor, you can upload them to GoThru, where you can change the location in the Moderator