Features of Panotour Pro
Export to Adobe® Flash® format
Panotour Pro exports your virtual tours in the most popular multimedia format used on web browsers: Adobe® Flash®. This will allow you display all kinds of interactions even within virtual tours, to incorporate multimedia elements (Flash® animations, photos, audio or video) while retaining a smooth navigational flow. And because Flash® technology is already installed on more than 99.6% of all computers (source: Adobe), visitors will have nothing to install and can quickly view your virtual tours on any website.
Panotour Pro also allows you to export your virtual tours in a format compatible with the iPhone® and iPad® mobile devices, which do not support Flash®. Tours exported to the iPhone®/iPad® format include most of the features available in Panotour Pro, including embedding a map, a logo, the hotspots for navigating between views, displaying thumbnails etc.
Attention: the virtual tours for iPhone®/iPad® are meant to be displayed online, as these devices do not permit an easy storage of local files.
The uploading and viewing of very large high definition panoramas and virtual tours is no problem. If you export such images, Panotour Pro will break them into thousands of little pieces that are loaded dynamically according to the display area or in which the user wants to zoom. The image of Paris 26 gigapixels (click the image to open in new window) is thus divided into 50,000 small images loaded on demand.
Panotour Pro lets you easily edit your 360° x 180° images in a third-party software by exporting the 6 cube faces and then letting you import them back after touching them up to recompose them. This allows you to easily edit the nadir (ground photo) or make other adjustments you feel necessary.
Automatic inclusion in HTML templates
Panotour Pro lets you automatically include virtual tours in HTML templates. Create a webpage template for your site and add it to Panotour Pro. Exporting the tour will automatically generate an HTML file based on your template, directly displaying the virtual tour.