What is a static image vs a 360 panorama image?
Panoramas are wide, still, images that can be panned and zoomed in any direction by your tour users. A static image cannot be viewed in all directions like a 360° panorama image, it is a normal picture.
When to use a static image vs a 360 panorama?
When you do not have the capability to take a panorama image, you can take a normal picture on your phone or with a camera. Or if the building or area is not built yet, showing a static image of the project is a good in-between until you can take a 360 panorama.
How to import an image to tour builder?
- Log onto Tour Builder
- Edit your current tour
- Go into the tour stop
- Select Media Type: Panorama or Static Image
5. Drag and drop image, attach an image from your computer, or attach from your media library
6. Let it upload
7. Click "Preview Panorama or Image" to make sure it looks good to go!
8. Click and you are done!
Additional Media Tab
Follow the same steps above. The only difference is that you have the option to add:
Add words to describe the stop and explain to your end-user what is special about this specific spot. You can change the heading type, text size, font, and even hyperlink to backlink to important pages on your website.
Same as above!
You can upload URL's from Youtube or Vimeo. The videos need to be public or unlisted, private videos will not work within our system. Also, make sure to not shorten URL's, add the full share URL from Youtube. If you do not want video suggestions to show after a video is complete, use Vimeo, Youtube does not allow you to turn off that functionality
We accept MP4 as a file type. Make sure to upload your audio transcript for ADA purposes. Also, there is a little warning message about turning on and off autoplay that has to do with ADA purposes as well! If you would like to learn about how to record audio yourself, here is a link to our "Do-It-Yourself: Audio Recomendations"
Can I reorder Images and Videos Within the Additional Media Section?
Yes! Hover over the image and click the arrow button to reorder images or videos.