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Pano2VR & Panopress

Post by edgar_ali » Wed Jan 23, 2019 12:52 am

I have been reading that apparently you can use Panopress with Pano2VR...

In one of the forums says that you need a .SWF file, however the pano2vr output does not have .swf file..

Is it possible to embed panos from Pano2VR using PanoPress??

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Re: Pano2VR & Panopress

Post by Hopki » Wed Jan 23, 2019 2:20 pm

Hi,
Yes it is, you need to look at the Panopress website but why not use our own plugin?
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Re: Pano2VR & Panopress

Post by edgar_ali » Thu Jan 24, 2019 3:24 am

Hopki:

Thanks for the reply...I was finally able to use panopress to show the panos in my website..so far had not found any issues..

I decided to used PanoPress since I started working with Panotour (kolor) and uploaded all the tours to my website using PanoPress..Also Panopress has this feature called Panobox, which basically is a like a link that opens up a window with the tour, when you click that on your post..

So far I think you cannot do that with the GGPKG pluging, or at least I do not know how to do it?

What I did to show the tour with PanoPress was:

Created the output as explain in the video of how to upload large files:

https://ggnome.com/doc/pano2vr/6/cms-wordpress/

Then used FTP to upload all the files, photos and tiles to a specific folder, in my case it was:
wp-content/uploads/tours

Then used the instructions given in panopress site:
http://www.panopress.org/instructions/

I used the shortcode:

[pano file="http://www.my-website/wp-content/upload ... index.html" title="Pano2vr in Panopress" alt="Virtual reality" panobox="on"]

An so far it has worked...

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Re: Pano2VR & Panopress

Post by Hopki » Thu Jan 24, 2019 11:02 am

Cool,
Ahh a light box type thing, cool.
No our plugin does not have this built in but you can open a panorama in such a box, light box clone.
I have seen a few examples in the forum but confess not tried it myself.
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