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    Andra Dorobantu
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    Hello, I am really new on this kind of 360 and wanted to ask about a software who allows to upload the virtual tour and have confidentiality on it.
    At work, I have to make a little project (360 in studios and some other rooms. pretty easy tho) but is there any website who can provide me uploading the pictures, make them look like a virtual tour and show to clients only?
    Saw this website http://www.easypano.com/virtual-tour-software.html couple of days ago. Is it alright?

    Andra Dorobantu

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    saul burgos
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    I found this link of the tetha forum, they have a list very cool list of apps that you can use, please check it. Go to the top of the page to see the list

    http://lists.theta360.guide/t/list-of-theta-apps/48

    Create virtual tours for free in minutes without programming skills with Paneek. Fronted Web developer and Founder of paneek. info@paneek.net

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    Keith Martin
    Keith Martin
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    If you can access your own web space the best approach will be to separate the two requirements: creating a virtual tour, and making it available only to certain people.

    1. Create your virtual tour using any up-to-date industry-standard tool. I suggest Pano2VR, but there are others.

    2. Upload the finished tour to a directory on your site and work out whatever level of web-based security you prefer. This can be simply putting the tour into a directory that doesn’t have public links into it (‘security through obscurity’), slightly more pro-active JavaScript password scripts, all the way to server-level htaccess name/password access control.

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