Facebook Interactive 360 Photo with Phantom 4, DronePan, & PTGUI Tutorial

Hey guys here is a quick tutorial on how to create an interactive 360 panorama photo to upload on facebook, with a DJI Phantom 4, DronePan app, and PTGUI.

PTGUI: http://www.ptgui.com/

Exif Editor: https://exifeditorapp.com/

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19 responses to “Facebook Interactive 360 Photo with Phantom 4, DronePan, & PTGUI Tutorial”

  1. I followed all instructions exactly but didn't work. After I select "Process" in the Exif Editor, what happens? Where is the pic I can post to Facebook? Toward the end of the video, you clicked on info somewhere to get the finished image; where does it put the finished image?!

  2. Great video! Thank You…….wondering how I could take the Pano exactly as you described (works great) but post them to my web site or other places than just Facebook? I have a website on wix and would love to be able to post the there and other non FB places. Thanks again.

  3. After trial and error I finally got this thing to work. One bit of advice to pass on is that these 360 Photos will not work with Safari or Internet Explorer as of now. I was wondering why Facebook was recognizing my photo as a 360 photo but I couldn't move it around with my mouse. I opened Firefox and tried it out on there and it worked like a charm!

  4. Awesome tutorial! Will the same work if I use Photoshop to do the stitching? Also I am curious why you didn't crop the black out of your image. I am trying to find something to use with my Phantom 3 Pro and Osmo and this may work!

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