Pano2VR
Pano2VR
5.2.2

4.5

Pano2VR free download for Mac

Pano2VR

5.2.2
20 September 2017

Converts panoramic images into HTML5, Flash, or QTVR.

Overview

Pano2VR creates virtual tours for desktop and mobile devices by using a single responsive design. Convert your panoramic images into interactive 360 degree panoramas in HTML5, Flash, or QuickTimeVR.

What's new in Pano2VR

Version 5.2.2:
  • Image download could get stuck, if there is no interaction
  • Fix for large Street View accounts with > 10.000 photos
  • The Street View Browser now merges tours with the same PlaceID, but no connections
  • Improved gyro script to avoid an “upside down” bug on Android

2 Pano2VR Reviews

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Pedro-Fardilha
26 June 2009

Most helpful

Every so often I like to test who's the market for making VRs on a mac. I started "playing" with this using the good old Apple QTVR. Back then it was more a toy project of mine, since no one on "the other" platform could see or use the those VRs... but man, it was a joy to make them. Fast forward a dozen of years and another dozen apps (Cubic connect, Cubic maker, VR Worxs, etc) and even with the Quicktime plug-in having an almost decent market share on Windows (mainly thanks to iTunes) I still got some complains that having the VR tours dependent of such an "unknown" plug-in wasn't a good idea and somehow I just couldn't find myself using java to do things exactly how I wanted them to work. Enter Pano2VR: Pano2VR is pretty much all that I wanted on a VR app. (Well, it would be EVERYTHING if it could do the stiching á la PTGUI or Huggin.) So, what is that I like so much? Simple, It can easily: • convert the panoramas onto other formats (great to do some late retouch on photoshop); • create hotspots to connect those dozens or defines panoramas; • add my skins on the top of the tour (I only need to add on the first panorama, since the others can use the skin form there... now that's what I call making my life easier); • add a (by now standard) pop-up map to show were on the tour we are; • even the "radar" option is usefull sometimes, when I need the end user to know were he's facing to; • connect specific areas to specific sounds, making them higher / lower depending of the distance of that place; And finally export everything as a standard flash (.swf) file. No, I'm in no ware related with this company. I'm just a happy user who bought a license and believes that good things should be praised as much as bad things should be bashed. Pedro Fardilha
Like (8)
Version 2.3b1
Pedro-Fardilha
26 June 2009
Every so often I like to test who's the market for making VRs on a mac. I started "playing" with this using the good old Apple QTVR. Back then it was more a toy project of mine, since no one on "the other" platform could see or use the those VRs... but man, it was a joy to make them. Fast forward a dozen of years and another dozen apps (Cubic connect, Cubic maker, VR Worxs, etc) and even with the Quicktime plug-in having an almost decent market share on Windows (mainly thanks to iTunes) I still got some complains that having the VR tours dependent of such an "unknown" plug-in wasn't a good idea and somehow I just couldn't find myself using java to do things exactly how I wanted them to work. Enter Pano2VR: Pano2VR is pretty much all that I wanted on a VR app. (Well, it would be EVERYTHING if it could do the stiching á la PTGUI or Huggin.) So, what is that I like so much? Simple, It can easily: • convert the panoramas onto other formats (great to do some late retouch on photoshop); • create hotspots to connect those dozens or defines panoramas; • add my skins on the top of the tour (I only need to add on the first panorama, since the others can use the skin form there... now that's what I call making my life easier); • add a (by now standard) pop-up map to show were on the tour we are; • even the "radar" option is usefull sometimes, when I need the end user to know were he's facing to; • connect specific areas to specific sounds, making them higher / lower depending of the distance of that place; And finally export everything as a standard flash (.swf) file. No, I'm in no ware related with this company. I'm just a happy user who bought a license and believes that good things should be praised as much as bad things should be bashed. Pedro Fardilha
Like (8)
Version 2.3b1
1 answer(s)
Pedro-Fardilha
Pedro-Fardilha
27 June 2009
Just a quick apology notice: I'm not an English native speaker and writing reviews at 2 am it's not what I would call my best idea so far. MacUpdate doesn't allow reviews to be changed, and rightfully so, otherwise the rating system wouldn't make sense and we would all end up "swearing" that we never said such a silly thing. ;) That being said please disregard all those errors on my review and I hope that if still find it useful.
Like (5)
Version 2.3b1
Patoche
03 February 2009
Really, really best simple and effective soft to make quickly a QTVR or flash panorma and integrate it in your website or work. Developper very responsive to add functions or catch a small disfunction. More intuitive than Stitcher or The VR Worx....but this soft don't stitch the images, you have to do it before with for exemple (the best for me) autopano pro...http://www.autopano.net Have a try... a must for this kind of work.
Like (1)
Version 2.2.2
$117.96

4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.1 or later
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