In Hotspot Properties i define YAW and Pitch, but if i click the hotspot always the standardview is to see.
The parameters dosen`t work, a bug?
They work. You just have to save the parameters in the "3D" window (hotspot-view/default-view and pitch). "Hotspot-view" means where you look initially when entering a new scene. "default-view" means where the pano then starts being interactive. You can choose a hotspot view, it makes an automatic turn to the default view and from here it´s interactive.
If you want something you´ve never had, then you´ve got to do something you´ve never done.
As Klaus says you set the Pano view (default view of a pano) and Spot view (in the destination pano of the hotspot link) by right-clicking in the 3D Editor window, after using the mouse wheel to determine the desired FOV .
See screenshots below.
Then experiment with the transition styles - their descriptions are not entirely intuitive - and I'm sure you will end up achieving what you wish.
Last edited by mediavets (2011-02-21 00:12:41)
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