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Any VR video software with menu7639

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Hı güya,
Does any of you used or know a VR video software that allows you to navigate between videos with menu? Just like threesixty tours but not with 360 photo, i need the menu in 360 video...
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3dvista
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@jamie 3DVista sounds interesting. I didn't know about it. Thanks!

There are also https://www.viar360.com/, https://www.wondavr.com/, https://vr-suite.com/, http://www.hiverlab.com/storyhive.html
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Thanks a lot.l will check them out
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Do you know which one of them can be viewed offline and embeded to companies servers?
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You may have to do some research, but those platforms with apps will likely run offline too. If they are pure browser based, probably not
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I know 3dvista can run offline with a standalone file, plus on your server (upload via ftp) for best bang for your buck it seems pretty good. They also released a 3d transition feel last year that seems quite good too
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Once you get your head around Vista you can create a VT that looks and feels like a MP tour. You have to create your own floor plan but that's straight forward and easy to do. The advantages of Vista is it give you unlimited possibility in creating VT and VR production. You can also use Vista for all of your 360 video productions In both cases you can turn anything in the image into a hotspot to launch anything. 3DVista is the most versatile VT/VR program out there at the present time and they're always updating the app with new features. Another major feature is your can label the production in any companies name without any mention of Vista and let your client or your server host the final program, you have full freedom with the final product.

Give the free version a try and you won't be disappointed with the final outcome.
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