Panorama Tour from multiple projects

  • I feel like you should be able to combine panoramas from multiple source projects into a single tour. Can they not be tied together in the tour by their positional data alone? Our current project has portions in Revit and Rhino and, as long as the two models are matching up spatially in reference to the their respective origins, I don't see why this shouldn't be possible. You can get the panos in the same project folder by using the new update feature, but you just can't create a tour with them.


    so close! so frustrating!

  • I feel like you should be able to combine panoramas from multiple source projects into a single tour. Can they not be tied together in the tour by their positional data alone? Our current project has portions in Revit and Rhino and, as long as the two models are matching up spatially in reference to the their respective origins, I don't see why this shouldn't be possible. You can get the panos in the same project folder by using the new update feature, but you just can't create a tour with them.


    so close! so frustrating!

    If you haven't yet, feel free to forward your feedback directly to product management as well:

    Enscape Public Voting Portal (How to forward/upvote Feature/Asset Requests directly) - News & FAQ - Enscape Community Forum


    This way they're able to track the further demand for this and further discuss this functionality internally.

  • Hi all, I was searching for a similar topic and found this thread was fairly recent so Im adding to it. We used to use a third party website (Roundme.com) to drag and drop several enscape panorama files to create a "tour" where we had a floorplan and could create "hotspots" to move around the plan and view various panoramas through a space. It would be extremely helpful if Enscape built this functionality directly into the software. In the meantime, wondering if anyone out there knows of any other third party websites that are simple and intuitive for creating virtual tours that are supported on mobile devices like ipad pros etc. The main problem with Roundme.com is the tours require an internet connection. Id really like to find an app that allows the tour to be downloaded and viewed without internet. Our clients often use the "tours" to look through a building or space while it is still a raw construction site etc and there may no internet around or even cell connection.


    Again, requesting the "tour" functionality be built into enscape. The workflow looks something like this

    1) render a 2d floorplan to be used as the "map" or landing page of the tour

    2) render as many panoramas as you want around the space

    3) create hotspots on the 2d floorplan that allow you to click through the panoramas at will and tour through the space.

    4) allow the entire "tour" to be uploaded to the web and accessed via a link or QR code the exact same way you can currently access an individual panorama.


    Thank you!

    • Helpful

    We use 3DVista (https://www.3dvista.com) and have created over 40 pano tours (so far) with it.

    Below are a couple of our tours, all modelled in SketchUp and rendered in Enscape (obviously).


    https://www.tours.blockcpm.studio/moira-one-1a/tour/

    https://www.tours.blockcpm.studio/pierwest/tour/

    https://www.tours.blockcpm.studio/percyplace/tour/


    3DV can export the tours as standalone Windows or MacOS apps but not iOS/Android.


    Edit:

    I just looked at the export settings out of curiosity and found that if the user is using Chrome on Desktop OR Android (not iOS) then they can download the tour for offline viewing: https://3dvistanews.wordpress.…us-go-quest-beta-version/