Easily embed a panorama scene in your WordPress blog. If you own the Flash Panorama Player (available at http://flashpanoramas.com/player/) you can simply and easily upload a QTVR (Quicktime VR) file (or several) to your blog and then embed a Flash viewer window for them.
Note that this plugin will not work without your licensed FPP swf files. See the installation instructions for where to put the files.
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- Unzip into your
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Drop the following files from your “Flash Panorama Player” software
into the FPP directory:
4. Go to Settings | FPP-Pano and choose whether you’d like this plugin to serve
up the CSS for your player
* if you make your own settings in your theme’s stylesheet, disable this
4. Upload a MOV file of your panorama using the Insert Media button in the editor (you don’t need to actually insert this in your post, it won’t work anyway)
5. Now, to embed a player, in the edit window, select the location and click the 360 icon in the toolbar. Choose one or more Panoramas from the pop-up and click Insert. The shortcode will be inserted into the editor for you.
6. You can also insert the shortcode by hand [fpp-pano id=1,2,3]
7. You can also use the template tag
- What type of file should I upload? What’s a QTVR?
QTVR is Quicktime VR. It usually has a .mov extension, but it’s not a video. It’s a collection of photos stitched together in a panorama.
- How can I make a panorama?
There are plenty of resources on the web for creating panoramas. You’ll want the resulting file to be a QTVR file to work with this viewer interface.
- What is Flash Panorama Player?
Flash Panorama Player is a Flash based method for viewing panoramas. More information is available at http://flashpanoramas.com/player/