One of the possibilities of the TrueVirtualTours service is the ability to add sound accompaniment both for the virtual tour in general and for individual panoramas. This video shows an example of how you can use background music for a virtual tour in general, and voice acting for individual panoramas.
The background musical composition begins to play after the user clicked on the panorama or began to rotate it. The sound of individual panoramas is turned on when switching to a panorama. It is possible for the user to disable both background sound and playback of panorama sound files.
Warning. By uploading audio files to TrueVirtualTours, you confirm that you have the right to use these files. Otherwise, the sound files will be deleted from the TrueVirtualTours website.
Thanks for the possible implementation.
Hello Victor. The audio track loaded for the virtual tour is played without stopping - uninterruptedly (see an example of a virtual tour in this article). Audio tracks loaded for separate panoramas are played only when viewing a certain panorama. I think it would be possible to add the option of continuous playback of the audio track also for a separate panorama. I'll see if it can be implemented.
Good morning. Tell me if there is a possibility of continuous playback of sound
new track? Well, that is, so that the sound does not end in a constant loop.
Thanks for the comment. I think later it will be possible to add the ability to set the initial sound level.
Added sound to the virtual tour, it turned out very cool! It’s only a pity that it plays very loudly and there is no way to muffle it when loading!
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Creating virtual tours is now easier than ever. Just add tags to your panoramas and you can immediately watch virtual tours by combining tags and immediately getting a ready virtual tour. Share virtual tours composed of any set of panoramas, both yours and other users.
You can easily create presentation videos from your spherical panoramas uploaded to the TrueVirtualTours website. See some examples of how they can look and how to create them.
Despite the fact that we charge a small fee for placing spherical panoramas, virtual tours, and using the capabilities of the site, you can still post spherical panoramas on the site for free
A list of links to information on the cost of placing panoramas and virtual tours.
The order is as follows: 1) upload to the site spherical panoramas from which you plan to create a virtual tour; 2) from the list of uploaded panoramas add each panorama to the virtual tour (Add to 3D tour link); 3) open the created virtual tour, edit the panorama order, select the main panorama, set transition points (tunnels).
New functionality of virtual tours and spherical panoramas has been added to the site: text information points, polygons, video upload to an information point, and much more.
When you click on an information point, you can show a dialog box (four sizes are available), open a link, or show information in full screen.
"What is crooked cannot be made straight" said the wise King Solomon, and yet we will try to make straight the horizon and vertical lines of the "crooked" spherical panorama. Correction of the horizon of the S-shaped horizon of the panorama.
For each panorama in a virtual tour or for an individual panorama, you can configure autorotation parameters such as rotation speed, acceleration, horizon height and angle of view, and the waiting time before starting autorotation.
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