Exporting html as video in Panotour?  

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Exporting html as video in Panotour?

by LBernos » Mon May 08, 2017 7:56 am

Hello!

Is it possible to export an html file to video on panotour?

I have a 360 panorama, autorotating and has background audio... and I did all of it in PTP. I was hoping to post it in facebook..

Do you know a solution? Thanks!


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Re: Exporting html as video in Panotour?

by Annis » Tue May 09, 2017 8:51 am

ER, no. Panotour does not create videos.

If you want a 360° video, then you need to essentially create a photo slideshow of your panorama in a 360° video format.
If you want a "standard" video, then you could film your screen or window while it rotates, using OBS ( viewtopic.php?f=91&t=26739&p=164661#p164661 )

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Re: Exporting html as video in Panotour?

by LBernos » Tue May 09, 2017 8:55 am

Annis wrote:ER, no. Panotour does not create videos.

If you want a 360° video, then you need to essentially create a photo slideshow of your panorama in a 360° video format.
If you want a "standard" video, then you could film your screen or window while it rotates, using OBS ( viewtopic.php?f=91&t=26739&p=164661#p164661 )



Hi Annis,

I wanted to post it on Facebook.. where the viewers can control the 360 panorama freely. But I want it to autorotate and with background music. :)

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Re: Exporting html as video in Panotour?

by Annis » Tue May 09, 2017 9:26 am

Then you'll have to create a 360° video in a video editor and use your background music as the music for the video.
If you force the autorotation in the video, then the viewer won't be able to control where they're looking.


Otherwise, you can try incorporating the flash part of your tour in a Facebook post (it's still a web page, not a video) but it's rather complicated and I'm not sure how long it will still be supported. http://www.kolor.com/wiki-en/action/vie ... n_Facebook


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