Purchased 3d vista last month and I find it quick but lacks features that are in Panotour 5
waiting for improvements but with Panotour abandoning its loyal following thought id purchase 3d list just to cover myself software wise.
3d vista seems to have a nice clean interface and is quick to render and upload.
Some of the zoom features I find difficult to find but this is new software so will take some time to master. I like the day to night feature but most virtual tours I do are in and out no fooling around waiting for the light to change.
Interesting to hear. I’m halfway through a 3d vista trial and testing it on a pro-active client project. Love the customization of the software, but quite a challenge to make it mobile friendly, which is my main audience channel.
I have been using 3D Vista for 3 years now, and absolutely love it! They have a skin which is specifically designed for real estate use, and it looks great on both mobile and desktop. You can view a sample tour that I did here:-
I am also a reseller, so am able to offer a €50 discount should anyone still be looking to get it. :)
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