360 Product View Creator build #93 was released, main new features: – project analytics page added (load counts, referrers) – link to manage your subscription added (cancel subscription / download invoices)
Thies new release of the web based 360 View Creator brings better quality of JPG encoded images. The Creator is using now the mozilla’s quality JPG encoder: https://github.com/mozilla/mozjpeg. The positive side-effect of this update is that the Creator can now be used also in Safari and Firefox browsers. The player’s… Read More»
The latest 360 Product Creator (build #71) outputs new version of the 360 viewer (#29), this is the new major feature: Dynamic Image Resolution The 360 Creator outputs a set of multiple resized image folders, not just two (or one) as before. If the user is viewing the 360 view… Read More»
The new 360 product viewer, which is exported by the new web-based creator (https://www.yofla.com/3d-rotate/creator/) does not start loading images unless it is visible. It does so by checking two properties: if the 360 view is below the “fold” – that means user needs to scroll down to see the 360… Read More»
Today the 360 product view creator was updated with new theme switcher: You can choose 3 default themes and new will be added in the future. You can always create a new theme by your own, or edit the default theme by editing the styles.css file.
The 360 player buttons can be easily customised. Just replace the .png images in the asset folder. If you need to reposition the buttons, or change their width or height, or if you want to hide the buttons on mobile devices, you can easily edit the styles.css file to achieve… Read More»
New Feature was added in the 360 product view web based creator: The option to show “Start button” and select which image to use as the preloader image. https://www.yofla.com/3d-rotate/creator/ Other features will be added soon.
This 360 view was created with the new 360 product view creator:
The 1.3.2 version of the 360 Product Rotation Plugin now supports specifying 360 views for variable products. You can see a demo here: