Use 360° images to create immersive learning experiences. We’ve collected the most frequently asked questions about the feature below.
- What does the public beta tag mean?
- Are 360° interactions accessible?
- Are 360° images available in Content Library 360?
- Are 360° videos supported?
- Are 3D models supported?
- Is virtual reality (VR) supported?
- Are panoramas taken with an Apple device supported?
- How many 360° images can I have on a slide?
- Can I customize the interactive elements?
- Can I edit the built-in states for markers?
- How do I disable the Next button until all markers are clicked?
- Can I add a trigger to adjust the view of my 360° image?
- What if my question isn’t on this list?
360° images are currently in public beta for Storyline 360, which means you can use them for production as we continue to enhance them. Releasing them as a public beta feature allows you to provide feedback and help shape their evolution.
This guide lists the currently available accessibility features for 360° interactions. Stay tuned for more accessibility enhancements!
Content Library 360 doesn’t support 360° images. If you need panoramic images, visit this article to learn where to find them and how to create your own.
No, but you can always share your interest in 360° video support by submitting a feature request.
No, but you can embed the 3D model as a web object.
No, but you can always share your interest in VR support by submitting a feature request.
An Apple device's camera with panoramic mode enabled captures 240° cylindrical panoramas. You can insert such images into Storyline 360, but they won’t render correctly. For the best results, use 360° equirectangular panoramas with a 2:1 aspect ratio.
There’s no limit to the number of 360° images you can add to a project.
Yes, there are various customization options for markers and hotspots. Visit these user guides for details:
There isn't a specific trigger that will change the view of your interaction. For a list of available actions, see the screenshot below. You can, however, add the same 360° image to a new slide or layer with a different initial view, then add a trigger to jump to that slide or layer.
Visit this user guide to learn about adding triggers to markers and hotspots.
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