If you purchase Panotour Pro 1.8 today, you also receive a license for the next version 2.0!
Features of Panotour Pro
Place the different views of your virtual tour on an embedded map. If your panoramas include GPS data, they will be automatically located on the map. If they don't contain GPS data, you can easily spot their location by typing the location name or their GPS coordinates. What's more, you can add a radar on the map and even customize the map's hotspots with a proper icon or image. Full customization of this plugin is possible through XML editing. The maps are based on OpenStreetMap® (default), Bing® Maps or Google® Maps.
For even more simplicity, Panotour Pro offers you a choice of 4 graphics themes (which define the style of the navigation buttons and navigation help window). For each theme, you can choose a main color. Nothing could be easier for giving your virtual tour a style that harmonizes with the content. You can choose between a simple light theme, a 2D theme, a 3D theme and a “graffiti” theme. With Panotour Pro you can even create your own themes (see below).
In addition to the four themes offered by the application, Panotour Pro lets you add your own themes. So you can create your own navigation buttons and your own navigation help window, and then import them into Panotour Pro. The icing on the cake: you can change the tint of your theme’s color directly in Panotour Pro to suit each visit. So each theme gives you endless possibilities.
The experience that your virtual tours allow your visitors to have is paramount. By using different navigation options, you can offer innovative ways to tour the location. Navigation and mouse zooms, navigational buttons, drop-down menus, tour map with embedded hotspots or even thumbnails of the other available views etc. Panotour Pro allows you to offer visitors a unique and rich experience they will long remember.
Add lens flares to the windows or, if you’re outside, to the sun. Your visitors will thus have an effect simulating the reflection of light from a camera lens as they move to the level of this light source.