After capturing some 360º Views, now it's time to add them to your Matterport Space.
First, did you upload to the cloud yet?
- If no, then you can place your 360º Views in the Capture app
- If yes, then you have two options:
- Place your 360º Views in Workshop
- Add a 360º View to the Highlight Reel (read the rest of this article)
Use Matterport Workshop to:
- See your 360º Views
- Take a Snapshot of a 360º View
- Add that Snapshot to the Highlight Reel
- Set a 360º View as your Start Position
See your 360º Views
In Matterport Workshop your 360° Views are located in the 3D Scans & 360º Views menu on the left.
Tap the triangle next to 3D Scans to hide the long list of 3D scans.
Double click a 360º View to show it in the Viewport.
Pan the view (click and hold then move your mouse) to look around.
These names will NOT appear in 3D Showcase. Instead, take a Snapshot of a 360º View and rename the Snapshot. This Snapshot names will appear in 3D Showcase in the Highlight Reel.
Take a Snapshot of a 360º View
First open a 360° View. Change the view (pan around) as desired. Take a Snapshot by clicking Snapshot in the toolbar.
Next click the Capture button.
Click Done to reopen the left-hand menu. Repeat this process for all 360º Views you want to include.
Rename your Snapshot
In the Assets menu on the left, click your Snapshot to open it in the Asset Editor on the right-hand side.
Give your Snapshot a good name and click Done.
Add Snapshot to the Highlight Reel
Drag your Snapshots to the bottom to add them to the Highlight Reel.
The icon in the top left corner shows if the Snapshot shows is from a 360° View or a 3D Scan.
Remember to set your Tour Type (transitions) to Slideshow or Walkthrough as desired.
Transitions between two 360° Views and between a 360° View and a 3D Scan are always Slideshow (fade to black).
Currently you must use the Highlight Reel to navigate between 360º Views and 3D Scans.
Set a 360º View as your Start Position
You can also set a 360° View as your Start Position the same way you would for a 3D Scan.
The easiest way to do this is to take a Snapshot first. Next, open the Snapshot from the Assets menu. In the Asset Editor on the righthand side, click Set Start Position.
Another option is to open a 360° View and pan to the view you want as your Start Position. Go to the Assets menu on the left hand side. Click Start Position and then the orange button Set/Update Start Position.