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    Pano2vr is described as 'Pano2VR for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux is an application that converts panoramic images into the QuickTime VR (QTVR) or Macromedia Flash 8 and Flash 9 & 10 formats with features such as customizable skins, hotspots, directional sound and auto-rotation' and is an app in the Photos & Graphics category. There are five alternatives to Pano2vr for Windows, Mac and Linux. The best alternative is Bixorama. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Qbit or lux. Other great apps like Pano2vr are Flash Panoramas (Paid) and 3D Vista Virtual Tour (Paid).

    This page was last updated Mar 28, 2022
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    Pano2VR for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux is an application that converts panoramic images into the QuickTime VR (QTVR) or...
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      Bixorama is a Windows app for converting 360° photos. Bixorama can import and export 13 different formats including equirectangular, Microsoft's DirectX DDS & Apple's QuickTime VR.
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      Flash Panorama Player is a ready-to-use application. No Flash experience required. Just place one small .swf file to your web page and set the path to your panorama images.
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      Create interactive 360º virtual tours in the most easy and pleasant way: 360º views (panoramas), 360º videos, embedded sounds, videos and photos, floorplans and fully customizable frames.
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      Qbit is a tool for game developers. Given an image, the application will output six images using equirectangular projection—one for each face of a skybox. The images can be used in any modern 3D game engine.
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      lux is an image viewer for 'normal' images and the most common types of panoramic images, typically showing a 'rectilinear' view to the image data, which looks as if this view had been taken with an 'ordinary' lens.
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