How To Upload 360º Video To Your Virtual Tour Software CloudPano



How To Upload 360º Video To Your Virtual Tour Software CloudPano

Hey there, tech enthusiasts! Zach Calhoon from CloudPano here, and I’ve got some electrifying updates to share with you today. CloudPano, for those who aren’t yet in the know, is the ultimate platform for creating stunning 360 virtual tours. But today’s update is nothing short of a game-changer.

Welcome to the CloudPano Experience

Before we dive into the exciting details, if you haven’t already explored CloudPano, I urge you to head over to and take it for a spin. Sign up for free and get a feel for this incredible tool that has been enabling so many people to find success in the virtual tour world.

Introducing 360 Video: A Game-Changing Update

Now, let’s get to the main attraction – the update that could revolutionize the way you create virtual tours. Say hello to CloudPano’s brand-new 360 Video feature.

A Closer Look at 360 Video

Imagine stepping into a virtual world where everything around you is in motion. That’s precisely what CloudPano’s 360 Video offers. It’s not your typical video experience; it’s a fully immersive journey.

In the example I’ve prepared, I’ve taken the popular game “Clash of Clans” and turned it into a 360 video within CloudPano. As you watch, you’ll notice that I can freely look around as if I were in the middle of the action. It’s an exhilarating and engaging experience that takes your virtual tour to the next level.

Interactive Elements in 360 Video

But wait, there’s more! Just like in our standard virtual tours, you can add interactive elements to your 360 videos. Those familiar hotspots you’ve been using? Well, they work just the same in 360 videos. This means you can seamlessly transition from still images to dynamic 360 videos, giving your viewers a comprehensive and captivating experience.

360 Video on Mobile

But what about mobile users? Fear not; we’ve got you covered. When viewed on a mobile device, the 360 video experience remains just as thrilling. You can even enable motion control, allowing users to look around simply by moving their device. It’s like having a virtual world at your fingertips.

How to Use 360 Video

So, how can you harness the power of CloudPano’s 360 video feature? It’s as easy as adding an image. In the tour editor, click “Add Image,” and now you’ll see the option to select a 360 photo or video. Upload your video, and you’re ready to go.

Creative Possibilities

The possibilities with 360 videos are endless. You can introduce your virtual tour with an immersive video, guide users through an action-packed scene, or showcase products in a dynamic way. It’s a new medium of expression that allows you to craft compelling narratives and capture your audience’s attention.

Technical Considerations

Before you dive in, a quick technical note: 360 videos on CloudPano have a maximum file size of 50 megabytes. While there’s no strict time limit, keep in mind that larger files with numerous frames may take longer to load, affecting the user experience. So, optimize your videos for a seamless journey.

Ready to Dive In?

So, there you have it, CloudPano’s groundbreaking 360 Video feature. If you haven’t already, head over to, upgrade to a Pro Plus account, and start exploring the endless creative possibilities this feature offers. We can’t wait to see how you’ll use it to enhance your virtual tours and take your business to new heights.

Feel free to share your remarkable 360 video creations with us. We’re eager to see how you’ll push the boundaries of this exciting new medium. Thank you for joining us on this journey into the future of virtual tours, and we’ll be back soon with more innovative updates. Stay tuned!

4 thoughts on “How To Upload 360º Video To Your Virtual Tour Software CloudPano

  1. Clever idea. Got some ideas about how to use it. I’ll mention it to a prospect when I see them next week. Great to see you’re still innovating the platform. Keep up the great work.

  2. Can you link back to the video with a hotlink?


    Can the video be embedded into images to view a regular video (n 360 video or not)on a TV to make it play and be paused/reversed?

  3. Awesome! Are we able to playback 360 video audio?

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