To publish this spherical 360° rendering on Facebook, you need to change the metadata embedded in the image, because Facebook uses the metadata of an image to identify spherical panoramas captured ny 360° cameras.
- Once you`ve saved your rendering to your hard drive, right-click the file and open its properties.
- Go to the Details pane, scroll down and enter the camera brand as RICOH and the model as RICOH THETA S. This is a true panoramic camera from RICOH.
- You can also use an online tool like Exifer to edit these details.
- Now load and post this spherical shot on Facebook and it should load it with its own panorama viewer.
Free VR Viewer Tools.
If you want to publish this spherical rendering on your website or send it to the client for viewing in a browser, you can use the free Marzi PANO Web tool. Simply upload your rendering and a downloadable HTML package will be created containing all files for online and offline viewing in one browser. You can also use the incredibly simple GoPRO VR Player for instant viewing on your PC.
Many thanks for reading and have fun trying it out.