10 Replies
Ryan DeWitt

Hi Linda, Consider placing a web object in your slide and let that apps virtual image viewing capabilities take over. 

I wrote a blog post below on using some free Virtual Software and Photoshop can stich if you have that.

http://contextc.com/panoramic/free-panorama-and-web-viewing-software/

I use Panotour Pro with javascript hot spots that talk to Storyline with a 360 Hero Rig for photos and video, however it's pricey. 

Linda Brown

Hi  Michael they both look fantastic  and exactly what I need. Is there any chance you could send me a sample of the file as I am not sure about the triggers you have used. I would really appreciate your help or if you could give me an idea of what triggers you have in place I am fairly new to Storyline and any help would be greatly appreciated. I wouldn't mind if maybe you tweaked my file just to give me an idea of what I can work with.

Ryan thank you for the suggestion but I am not in a position to buy any extra software as I am way down the food chain I just use what I am given.

 

Thanks

Rachel Frost

Hi,

I got this to work for me - thank you so much! My issue is that I want to start the slider in the center and let the user pan left and right to view a scene. That is all working correctly, but for some reason when I start the slide, the scene moves to the right a little all on it's own. I'm not sure why. Could someone look at my file and let me know what they think?

Rachel Frost

Thank you so much! That did fix that issue, but now when I go to the Left, then to the right, then to the left again, the image will sort of slide off to the left so that I can't see the full image to the left and I see background on the right. I'm guessing it's something to do with variable values???