How can I share/export my 360° photo?

Our cloud service lets you post your 360° photo on social media to your website or share them via direct link to the 360° photo. The cloud automatically creates sharing links for each panorama. The cloud service also lets you download your 360° photos directly. The files are made available in JPEG format. Each file is about 20-35 MB.

When embedding via HTML you can decide whether you want to autorotate the 360° photos or not. Check the autorotate box if you want to use this feature. You can decide if you want to rotate right/left, and on choose the rotation speed. You can also edit the size of the embedded 360° photo window, by adjusting the values for height and width.



For questions regarding the transfer of the data to your local device, please continue here.

 

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19 Comments

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    Craig Nelson

    The only file options I am offered are EQUI and something else equally as useless. How do I get hold of a JPG?

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    Panono Team
    Hi Craig, you can download the equirectengular as JPEG. The raw unstitched images can be downloaded as UPF file. With help of a UPF converter you can convert those into JPEG as well. We provide a converter on our website. www.panono.com/download-center/tools/overview
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    Rolf Vogel
    Hi Panono Team, the result is. 36 jpg photos instead of 1 360 degrees jpg. so the question remains how the users of the panlno get a 360-degree jpg photo.
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    Panono Team
    Hi Rolf, you have two options for downloading: 1. The 36 single images. These are downloaded as UPF file as mentioned above. 2. One equirectangular in JPEG format. You can choose both options when going to "more" after clicking on a panorama.
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    Andy Underwood-Bultmann
    Hey Panono, what is the resolution of a single equirectangular JPEG file that is 20-35 MB? Thanks!
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    Panono Team

    Hi Andy, the resolution of an equirectangular is 16384*8192.

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    Melnikov Boris

    you are planning to certify the camera for Google Street View?

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    Panono Team

    @Boris: Our output can be used with Google Services.
    Here is an example: https://goo.gl/maps/xYQ4ReZRwiu

    What you see there is only in 8k, as Google only accepts 8k max.
    We hope they will change this to 16k soon.

    @Jaak, could you write a mail to support@panono.com, elaborating on what you need exactly?

    Kind regards,
    Mario

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    Leo Cabral

    Hi there!
    I work with real estate photography and I'm looking for something easier than taking several pictures with my DSLR (and all the post-process involved).
    I've saw the other questions answered, understood that a 16384*8192 equiret JPG file is outputed and i still have one question: can I put these JPG files in my own website? There's an interface to make it viewable? I really have to have the files avaiable anytime, and let them in a different/3rd party server or cloud wouldn't be my 1st option.

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    Leo Cabral

    Another question: the panono logo will appear even in downloaded files?

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    Radu Mihai

    Hi,
    1. Works only with a phone? I mean:put on a tripod and use a remote, it is possible?
    2. The RAW files (36) are store on the internal memory.
    What is the capacity of internal memory? How many shoots could I make until to download on a PC.
    What are the dimension in dpi of the RAW files stored.
    Tks.

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    Panono Team

    Hi there,

    Thank you for your questions!

    @Leo
    You are able to download each panorama from our website, after it has been stitched. Of course, you are free to host the images on your own server. You can find a set of test images here:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-HP1DzGrIDqZTBnVzExRlltRUU/view?usp=sharing
    Note: If you want to split up the UPF files into the 36 single images, you need to use this converter: https://www.panono.com/download-center/tools/panono-upf-converter
    The Panono logo will not appear in the downloaded images.

    @Radu
    1) We are offering an app that lets you trigger the Panono remotely.
    You can find many images with this exact method here: https://www.panono.com/explore/featured
    2) The internal memory of the Panono is 16gb. This lets you store around 400 panoramas or 130 HDR panoramas.
    Dimension of the single images are 2064*1552, with 96 dpi (vertically&horizontally).

    Kind regards,
    Mario

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    Emma Davies

    Hi - I'm a little confused... Is it currently possible to sell Panono panoramas for others to exclusively embed on their websites? Who actually owns the paroramas created? Thanks

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    Drew Boshek

    Hi, so I have two question as I am deciding to puchase your product.

    1. Offline compatibility: I understand that after you take a photo that it is stiched together and placed into the cloud. But no where have I seen it being stated or anyone asking if you can view the photo sphere while offline. Is this a possibilty or is there a potential desktop viewer in the works to be released at a later time. Also can you view the finished image through the app while offline? I plan to use this camera for the architectural firm I work for and would need access to the images while on the fly.

    2. Panono logo: So after you take the image and process it there is a logo? After sampling several of the panoramas on the site I didn't see a single one with a logo. Just curios if it is more of a watermark? If the logo does become an issue I did see on a seperate page you could pay to have it removed for 19,90$ / month? Just to clarify whether this was a typo or not, but is it actually $19.90 / month USD? Lastly could you attach a link to a panorama with a logo on it since if by default all images do come with a logo or send an example to my email?

    None the less an awesome product! Thanks

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    Panono Team

    @Emma: If you embed the image as unlisted in your website, other will be able to access the embedding linke via source code. Thus, it is theoretically possible for viewers of the image to obtain the image and embed it themselves. Further, you can download the image as a JPEG and host the image on your own server.
    For questions on ownership, please read § 7 COPYRIGHT AND RIGHT OF USE in our terms of use. You can find them on the bottom of our frontpage.

    @Drew
    You can download the image from the server. There are several offline viewers like FSPViewer, if you want to view them offline.
    Panoramas can be cached by the app to be viewed also when offline.

    2. The logo only appears when you view the image via the Panono Cloud. When you embed the image into your website or Facebook, the logo will be visible. The logo will not be visible if the panorama is downloaded as a JPEG.
    You can compare here:
    Logo activated: http://www.mediamarkt.de/de/shop/foto-camcorder/neuheiten-technik/panono-360-grad-kamera.html (scroll down)
    Logo removed: https://www.tagesschau.de/inland/panorama-111.html

    Removing the logo from one account costs USD19.90/month. Every image in the account will be missing the logo afterwards.

    Kind regards,
    Mario

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    Kristof Turi

    I couldn't work out how to convert an edited 360 jpg back to UPF file. As there are tiny changes I'd like to do on some photos then upload them to panono. But for this I have to convert them back to UPF. (??)

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    Panono Team

    Hi Kristof,

    Excuse us for not answering earlier.
    Converting back to UPF is not possible with the published tool.

    We are offering a service for the re-upload, but it comes with the so called 'Hotspot Editor'

    Here is an overview:
    1) Hotspot Edtitor/ monthly fee [9,90 EUR or USD only available as package with the Re-Upload EQUIS feature]
    This feature lets you interactively modify your panoramas. You can put info text into your panoramas to make your viewers to call up the attention of your viewers to particular objects. There is also the possibility to have hidden text in the panorama, only to be revealed when the viewer hovers over it. Geometrical objects can also be added.
    Here is an example: https://www.panono.com/p/4BNpOTArZmTt
    Note: You cannot link to other content from the Panono Cloud. There is another feature for creating virtual tours that is still in development.

    2) Re-upload EQUIS/ monthly fee 9,90 EUR or USD [only available as package with the Hotspot Editor feature]
    After downloading and editing your panoramas, you will be able to re-upload them back to our servers.

    Please write us a mail to support@panono.com, if this is of interest for you.

    Kind regards,
    Mario

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    Matt

    Hi i cant seem to get my computer to recognise my panono as i want to directly download the upf files how do i go about this please?

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    Panono Team

    @Matt
    Are you using a MAC? If so, please install this tool: https://www.android.com/filetransfer/
    The camera should be recognized right after.

    If the problem still persists, please write a mail to support@panono.com

    Kind regards,
    Mario

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