Kolor Panotour Pro 2.0: Prepare for the next-generation virtual tours

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The first public presentation of Kolor Panotour Pro 2.0 will occur on June 13, during the Iceland 2013 IVRPA Conference.

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> Discover the current version: Panotour Pro 1.8

  • pranshu | Apr 11, 2013 at 11 h 51 min

    Awaiting :)
    best of luck.

  • Patrick | Apr 11, 2013 at 14 h 30 min

    Will customers that buy the 1.8 version now get a free 2.0 upgrade?

    • Rami | Apr 11, 2013 at 15 h 28 min

      Hello Patrick, generally the customers get a free upgrade after the first beta of the next version is published. So if you buy Panotour Pro now, you won’t get a free upgrade but will be offered a special upgrade price.

  • Bartek | Apr 14, 2013 at 17 h 16 min

    What will be the price of version 2.0 and upgrade from 1.8 to 2.0? I dont know whether to buy now or later (since June 2013)?

  • Loren | Apr 17, 2013 at 19 h 15 min

    I’m sure the preview of 2.0 will be as exiting as it was at last year’s IVRPA conference.

  • Yannis | Apr 18, 2013 at 16 h 13 min

    Announcement in June, but availability also in June?

    • philippe | Apr 23, 2013 at 16 h 46 min

      Hello Yannis. Thanks for your message. More information about PTP v2 will be given during the IVRPA conference.
      Kind regards,
      Philippe – Kolor Team

    • philippe | Apr 25, 2013 at 17 h 00 min

      Hopefully, September or October 2013 the book will become available! Philipe – Kolor Team

  • Juanelodi | Apr 25, 2013 at 22 h 27 min

    This woks in HTML5???

  • Steve Perry | Apr 26, 2013 at 3 h 09 min

    Not sure if this is on your radar, but it would be great if V2 would allow for an automated way to generate direct links to panos within a tour. I’ve looked at the published process for manually setting up links for v1.8, but investigating that process IMHO is a little too time consuming.

  • Jason | Apr 29, 2013 at 18 h 58 min

    Ok I can’t wait for the new update. I hope this runs off html5 so clients with google based phones and tablets will be able to view. Since Adobe is no longer on Google phones my tours do not work.

    Keep up the great work guys can’t wait till June

  • Jason | Apr 29, 2013 at 18 h 59 min

    How do we become a beta tester? I have 1000′s of 360 images I can use to create and test the newest version with.

  • Steve Perry | Jun 19, 2013 at 19 h 02 min

    Wasn’t able to make it to Iceland to see the rollout of v2. Is there a video of the presentation, or some on-line equivalent to review?

  • Luke | Jul 2, 2013 at 0 h 54 min

    Will version 2.0 output html5 for non-360? need to do some 180 tours that output to HTML5


    • Rami | Jul 4, 2013 at 14 h 20 min

      Hi Luke, yes you’ll be able to output in HTML5 with “partial” panoramas. They however must be at least 45° x 45°. Best regards — Rami, Kolor Team

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