September 25, 2016 at 10:01 pm #10189
adrian littleIVRPA Professional Member
im just setting up my new 360 photography image business and with what i have seen so far i want to embed my 360 images on a website but most hosting companies you have to embed code to make the viewers work etc,but i dont know anything about code and dont want the hassle of having to embed code in every image i post,i just want to click add image and the 360 image is uploaded and converted just like how i do it on facebook does anyone know any sites with simple website templates i can build a site withSeptember 25, 2016 at 10:13 pm #10335
Sam RohnIVRPA Director Member webmaster
i do not know of any such out of the box solution (other than custom built) you could host on your own server for uploading equirectangular images and automatically displaying interactive 360° panoramas
probably your easiest solution overall would be to host your panos on roundme.com or 360cities.net and emebd with iframe as below, you will need to become comfortable dealing with a bit of code now and then if you wish to build and maintain your own website, and it does not get much easier than this
samSeptember 29, 2016 at 6:42 am #10348
David WoodwardIVRPA Professional Member
We have a hosting solution that may be of interest to you, and we’re UK based. You can create a VT title, upload as many images as you like to it, set initial view, zoom and so on. You can reorder images as you wish, set splash screens and tripod covers if needed. Then the VT becomes available via a simple URL, you can either use as a pop up, or there is code to embed VTs into a page if you prefer.
I’d be happy to set up an evaluation account if you’d like to contact me.
www.panoramic-imaging.comOctober 25, 2016 at 11:12 am #10984
saul burgosForum Member
The only way to do that is like Sam told you with an “iframe” element that you need add in your html code. You search a services that allow you to do that
Create virtual tours for free in minutes without programming skills with Paneek. Fronted Web developer and Founder of paneek. email@example.comApril 3, 2017 at 9:33 am #12781
Brice GeraldiniForum Member
I use 360player to upload my 360° pictures and embed them on my website. very easy. Here is an exampleMay 29, 2017 at 7:21 am #13938
mark milsteinIVRPA Sponsor Member
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Mark MilsteinJune 2, 2017 at 6:13 am #13991
EYESPY360 have recently launched their Freemium model, so you can create free and unlimited tours with your 360-degree images really quickly and easily. Then once you publish your tour you get an iFrame Embed code and a URL so you can post your tour to your website or share the URL on social media and other websites.
Give it a go! http://www.eyespy360.comJune 5, 2017 at 5:43 pm #14060
Marc LucasForum Member
I really like the simplicity of the 360player but I don’t want a logo on my images and also don’t really need a ‘tour’ are there any other solutions out there to just upload a simple 360 image to display on a site?June 6, 2017 at 10:58 am #14077
saul burgosForum Member
Hi, Did you test my little service ?
You can upload the image then it will create a panorama for you and you can embed it in any site with the iframe code
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