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Greetings, I searched for an answer but can’t find. Is it possible to import equirectangular images into Richo software to covert the output? I have some existing PTGUI output files for an interior project, and I would like to add to a future set of Theta images as part of a tour. Is there a 3rd party app or workflow available for integration with Ricoh?
Hi, Thank you. I would specifically like to use them in Zillow 360 tours. Currently Zillow only supports iPhone and Theta input. I have shot 360’s with an SLR for years, and will begin using a Theta soon as well. I like the idea of being able to use SLR for some situations and outputting via Ricoh for Zillow. Not sure of the workflow yet - thank you again for the info ~ Andre
Thank you for the info. This is a great resouce. It looks like right now, 360 images can only be created for Zillow using the Zillow 360 App. From Zillow: “Only photos that are captured and processed using the Zillow 3D Home app can be used to create a Zillow 3D Home tour. There is no import option for adding panoramas captured outside of the app.”
That is correct the app does work with the Theta. I was not clear. I’m trying to use 360 images shot with a dSLR and find a work around for getting them into Zillow. I had hoped there might be a work around where I could use both dSLR images and those created on Theta via a 3rd party app or Ricoh software. The limitation appears to be the Zillow app. Thank you