Panotour / Panotour Pro 1.8 (free update): Bing® Maps in your virtual tours


Friday 16 March 2012


Free update: Panotour and Panotour Pro are available in version 1.8.

The main new feature is the generation of maps based on Bing Maps in Panotour Pro.

Version 1.8 also brings some bug fixes and slight adjustments (read change log below).

> Download Panotour and Panotour Pro 1.8

Previous enhancements in Panotour Pro include:

The change log

PANOTOUR & PANOTOUR PRO

Improved position setting of image and video hotspots

Rectangular hotspots displaying images or videos can be drawn easier than before.

Fix issue 1198: panorama names containing commas are correctly displayed in the tooltipss

When the user moves over a spot or a thumbnail linked to a panorama which name contains a comma, this name is correctly displayed in the tooltip.

PANOTOUR PRO ONLY

The following features are only available in Panotour Pro.

Bing® Maps inside

Bing layers (Aerial, Hybrid and Road) are now available in Panotour Maps plugin.

PanotourMaps plugin is now able to display OpenStreetMap® Layers, Bing® Maps layers and Google® Maps layers.

Bing Maps and Google Maps layers need a key to be activated.

Bing Maps keys are available through www.bingmapsportal.com website

Google Maps API keys are no more available, but you can still use your old keys.

Improved spot positioning to ease XML edition for gigapixels panorama

Use horizontal and vertical coordinates that allow the use of KrPano looktohotspot action when building gigapixels tours.

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3 Responses to “Panotour / Panotour Pro 1.8 (free update): Bing® Maps in your virtual tours”

  1. Alex Says:

    Will support for google maps be added back in (v3 of the API does not need a key) ? Also are maps supported in HTML5 exports?


  2. Rami Says:

    Hello,
    Panotour Pro is a virtual tour software. The images must have been stitched and processed in terms of colors before using them in Panotour Pro.
    You can use Autopano Giga to stitch multi-bracket HDR photos, then use the final rendering in Panotour Pro.
    Best regards,


  3. Robert Sullivan Says:

    I’m considering purchasing Panotour Pro 1.8 and I am wondering what HDR programs are compatible or best with this program. Is there any way to incorporate and HDR program with Panotour Pro or is the HDR work to be done seperatly (before or after). If there is any way to incorporate the HDR processing into the workflow with Panotour Pro 1.8, is it necessary to use Photomatix or can Nik HDR Efex Pro be used?

    Thanks

    Robert


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