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Now it is time to shoot your first panoramic view
What are the supported formats for panoramic photos to create a 360 virtual tour on Klapty?
What are the supported formats? Our platform supports all 360 photos and is suitable for most 360° cameras. (360 degree panoramic JPG files have a universally standard format, i.e. 2:1 ratio, indicating a complete 360 view from floor to ceiling and from left to right at 360°. Max. size : 95Mo per JPG 360° picture. If you encounter problems when uploading your photos, don't hesitate to send us a message via chat where we're available to help you. ![Example of format 2:1 panoramic for Klapt
How can I take photos with my Ricoh Theta V SC SC2 or Insta360 360° camera to create virtual tours?
How can I take photos with my 360° camera? Most modern 360 ° cameras are very user friendly, which means you don't need any special skills to use them: a simple push of a button and the photo gets taken. In general, all you need to do is place your 360 camera onto the tripod, then press the shutter button on your smartphone or on the camera to take the shot. Don't hesitate to read the instructions of your equipment before starting to shoot in 360 degrees in order to get the best results.
Do I have to have experience or technical skills in order to be able to create 360° virtual tours?
Do I have to have experience or technical skills in order to be able to create 360° virtual tours? Yes and no :D No, no experience is required to start using Klapty. However, if you are new to the world of virtual tours, we recommend you to practice your skills by creating virtual tours for your friends and family, so that you have a solid portfolio before starting to sell your services. Yes, if you would like to sell your services online. The interested potential clients will choose yo
How do I capture photos with my phone ?
Do you have a smartphone and want to create a virtual tour? Yes, at Klapty this is possible :) How can I capture photos with my smartphone to create a Klapty virtual tour? Open your phone's camera and activate panorama mode. Capture your photos, go to [Klapty] (klapty.com/en) then create a virtual tour by adding your photos. From your phone, it is also possible to take classic photos (portraits, wide angle) and send them to Klapty to create your virtual tour. To find out more =>
How should I prepare before shooting and creating a 360° virtual tour?
You've just created your Klapty account? Very happy to hear it! It's now time to create your first 360° virtual tour. Rest assured, it's not as difficult as it seems! How should I prepare before shooting and creating a 360° virtual tour? If you photograph virtual tours for commercial purposes, such as real estate, holiday rentals, or hotels, make sure the space is well organized and cleaned. Also, make sure the battery on your 360 camera or regular camera and your phone are fully charged.
Other people or myself are always present in the 360 photos. How can I avoid this?
Other people or myself are always in the 360° photos. How can I avoid this in our 360 virtual tours? This is particularly important for the virtual tours such as for real estate and for hotels because the photos will be more exclusive and professional. The majority of 360 degree cameras have an integrated timer. This means after pressing the shutter, you have a few seconds to move away or hide so you won't appear in the photos. Many 360 cameras can be set off with a remote control or
I finished photographing my 360° panoramic views. How can I turn them into a virtual tour?
I finished taking my first 360° photos. What should I do next? When you're done taking 360 degree photos, save them to your computer or phone and start creating your Klapty virtual tour by adding them. Click on "Create a tour" and start filling in the information about your virtual tour. After that, upload your 360° photos in JPG and click on the "Publish" button. Congratulations, your virtual tour is now published and ready to be shared on social media, via email, on classified sites, and