Natural pools in Agaete by Mario Salvador We’re pleased to announce that we’ve launched a brand new embedding feature just for our Basic and Plus contributors. These embeds are both faster to load and safer than ever before. You will find the embed code on your panorama edit page, other tab.Whitelist URLs: you can whitelist up to … Continue reading New: Panorama Embedding for Basic and Plus Contributors too
We're thrilled with the positive response to the Customizable PRO Embed, which we recently launched for our PRO account holders. The Customizable PRO Embed allows you to brand your embeds (logo, URL, promotional text...) and even create white-label embeds. We hope you enjoy the short how-to video. More info here.
We have just launched customizable PRO Embeds for our PRO and COMPANY contributors. Now you can fully customize embeds for sharing your 360º images to any website. Make your embedded panoramas white-label or add branding as you or your client see fit. What’s new? Customizable PRO EmbedPanorama created by Marcio Cabral While-label PRO … Continue reading Brand New Customizable PRO Embeds
We’re pleased with the quality of the 360º videos that are being uploaded to us and are thrilled to be able to conclude that great panorama photographers create great 360º videos too! In order to recognize exceptional video creators, we’ve just launched a new Video Badge that we’ll be rewarding those contributors who create consistently … Continue reading NEW: Video Badges
You, as a creator of 360° images and videos, deserve to have your work featured in a fully immersive VR environment where it is at its most compelling. 360Cities is pleased to announce VR Portfolios for all of our 360Cities contributors. To access your VR Portfolio just go to your profile page and click the … Continue reading Your Portfolio in VR
Google Chrome VR: users can browse now the entire internet in virtual reality Google Chrome now lets you browse the web in virtual reality. The functionality exists for any website you visit through the browser, but only if you’re using your mobile phone. The new feature has been expected for some time, though it’s likely … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #40
Install an FTP client on your computer. Go to your 360Cities settings > FTP tab and copy and paste the FTP host name, user, and password on your FTP client. Select the videos (it also works with panoramas) from your computer and let it work. Your videos (MP4/MOV/M4V) will be uploaded and processed, then you’ll … Continue reading FTP Uploads For Your 360° Videos