Step 2 - Creating An Immersive 3D Tour

    Uploading your images into Tourbuzz

    By now, we've covered the instructions on completing your shoot, and you'll have your 3D images in hand. You are now ready to create your immersive 3D tour and add images. This article will cover: 



    • Supported File Extensions: .jpg, .jpeg
    • Use JPEG format with the maximum quality setting
    • 360 degrees images
    • Equirectangular image with a 1:2 ratio
    • Stitching already done
    • The DNG format is not supported. Using this format will result in the rejection of your turn. 


    Step-by-step Walkthrough

    1 The first step is to click Create New Tour

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    2  You will need to  Enter an address, add a  Customer and select I have an Immersive 3D Tour.  3For a quicker turnaround on your 3D tours please select a Shoot Date/Time and an Estimated Shoot Size then click create tour

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    4 If you have bracketing and need to merge them. You can click on the HDR tab and select HDR. To know how to merge your bracketing, follow the instruction in the following links: 

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    5 Once your images are ready, click on the Immersive 3D Tour tab and select whether you're uploading a Residential or Commercial 3D Tour.

    Important! Residential Information 

    Please note that you will be prompt to select the number of property floors you have if you are uploading a Residential. See more here  

    6 Click browser to upload your images

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    7 Click upload to upload the files you've selected

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    8On this page, you can review all your images, download more. You have to separate the images between different floors. You will be able to add additional floors if needed. Once you are satisfied, click on  Process

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    9 Next, you will review your order and select whether you'd like a floor plan or not, and add any notes for our Post Production Team.

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    10 When ready, click Pay & Proceed to send your 3D tour over for development.

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    Here's an interactive tutorial

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