Upload Spherical Panoramic To Facebook
now in order to preview the user experience of our new panorama, we're going to need a viewer. Many camera manufacturers have their own viewers for computers and mobile devices and you don't need to own a camera to view the images. I have a copy of the free ricoh theta viewer which you can find by searching for ricoh theta app and I can preview the panorama simply by dragging the J Peg into the app window. And once I like the revised user experience that we created in this class, I'm ready to share this online. At the time of this recording many social networks are supporting 360 photos with their own built in viewers as well. So to demonstrate this on the most popular social network, a log into Facebook and post are Jpeg file as a new photo. Facebook then reads the metadata and then activates its built in 360 viewer which will allow anyone to explore the image. And if someone is on a mobile device with an accelerometer, they can also explore the image by moving their device around. An...
d so with that we've completed editing are 3 60 photo. We removed the tripod, added in a logo, cleaned up the lawn, added a sunset, composited another image to get a new sky, make color adjustments and all of those techniques really just come together to really transform this image. So now we're ready to share this on social media platforms, Google street view again, anywhere that 3 60 photos are supported and so with that I really appreciate you watching my course and I hope to see you again in another course here on Creative Live.