I've seen the Hopki's explanation for making diferent colored hotspots in the same 360. But I don't get it
Where / How to output Hotspots in one single image ?Output hotspots in one image. You will then end up with a xxx_hs.png image with the colours used for the Hotspots.
I've drawn a simple polygon hotspot on one of my state (on the 36 columns). When I look at the tiles image I have :
hs_0_0_0.png, hs_1_0_0.png, hs_2_0_0.png, hs_3_0_0.png, hs_4_0_0.png, hs_5_0_0.png
All theses PNG are black so i guess they are empty ... and they didn't match "xxx_hs.png"
They are 8bit Mac pallet as used by QTVR.
1st HS = ffffcc
2nd HS = ffff99
3rd HS = ffff66
...and so on.
Then name them to match the required input image:
input image name = xx1.jpg = xx1_hs.png
input image name = xx2.jpg = xx2_hs.png
So with this in mind it is possible to do this now.
Just put the images in the same folder and turn on hotspots.
If you have 4 different hotspots the you will need to click the add hotspot button 3 times more.
When using Photoshop to make the hs_png images just make sure you use Save for Web Device etc. Choose PNG-24 and unselect Transparency.