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    Jürgen Schrader
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    Mind that PanoVR also has changed a LOT with entirely new GUI and improved functionality.
    Depending on what you are aiming at, this is the most versatile tour builder with a GUI that will easily beat anything else on the market.
    The goof news is, they even have improved the brilliant way to edit nadirs and any other portion of the panorama in that it is converted into a cube-tile, opened in photoshop and after editing automatically patched into the original panorama.

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    Lew Wurdeman
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    Thank you very much for that additional information.

    A big distinction is that I had a trial of PanoVR and I own 3DVista. I wrote Carlos to ask him if there is an upgrade price from my old to the new and am waiting for the response from the other side of the world.

    Have Camera Will Travel!

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    Lew Wurdeman
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    Hello Jürgen,

    I am back again as I thought I would upgrade 3DVista but that option was cost prohibitive. They wanted me to pay the full price (what I originally paid) to upgrade. They offered me the 40% off they are giving people who were using Kolor. So in other words, I am being asked to pay as much for an upgrade as those who never owned the product. I have never paid more than 5-10% of the retail price to do an upgrade and was flabbergasted I was being asked to pay “full price” for an upgrade. I am mentioning that here as people who are considering 3DVista might wish to consider a different product without a 100% upgrade fee.

    If I am going to re-consider Pano2VR, is their standard version suitable for my needs? I have reviewed the comparison chart on their site, but since I am unfamiliar with the product, I wasn’t sure I understood what all of the limitations were. Perhaps I could try out the free trial version and I might get a better idea. Having an unbranded version might be the killer difference.

    I found a discount at Nodal Ninja which makes buying Pano2VR almost the same as 3DVista wants for an upgrade.
    Thanks!

    Have Camera Will Travel!

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    Jürgen Schrader
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    Hey Lew,
    I think that the tour browser and automatic linking are quite essential to build tours eoconomically. Once you get used to it there is no way back.
    Download the trial and see how far you can get. They also haven an excellent support forum.
    BTW IVRPA pro members will get a discount from most of our sponsors as well.

    Jürgen Schrader
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    Freddy K
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    I have tried many software and the one I felt comfortable with the most is 3dvista.
    You can design your own unique side menus, navigation bars, popup galleries etc.. it’s very easy to use, once you get the basics of from their youtube channel you can come up with a very unique style of your own.

    You can view the tours online and offline easily.
    Online, you can export web files that you can literally drag and drop on your backend, and it’s easily viewed online without plugins.

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