You already have some nice panoramas created without the Nodalview app/kit, but with other tools such as a Ricoh Theta or an Insta360 camera, and you would like to import them into a tour and still be able to exploit Nodalview’s potential?

No problem at all, Nodalview allows you to import external panoramas into your area and use them to create virtual tours and videos.

Two cases:

A. You would like to import your panoramas into an existing tour

  1. When you are on your Nodalview platform, click on the button Panoramas under the tour into which you would like to import your external panoramas

  2. Then, click on the button Import Panorama on the panel on the right of the screen


  3. Click on Select Panoramas and choose the panorama(s) to import between the files on your PC.

⚠️ Be careful, the imported panoramas must 4000px wide!

B. You would like to import your panoramas into a new tour

  1. When you are on your Nodalview platform, click on the button New tour on the panel on the left or on the right of the screen


  2. Name the tour and click on Create new tour


  3. Click on Select Panoramas and choose the panorama(s) to import among the files on your PC.


⚠️ Be careful, the imported panoramas must 4000px wide!

Congrats! Your external panoramas are now available on your Nodalview platform and ready to be exploited for your virtual tours, virtual guided tours and videos!

Did you know? If you own a Ricoh Theta camera, you can connect it to the Nodalview app and shoot panoramas directly from it!

To go further:

➡️ Import an external picture onto a tour

➡️ Connecting a Ricoh to your Nodalview app

➡️ Shoot your first panoramas with a Ricoh

Any questions regarding this article? Please contact us at wecare@nodalview.com, we will be happy to help you! 🤗

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