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Property lines on 360 photos

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Oct 23, 2020

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Im sure there is a simple answer to this, I do real estate photography and its becomeing more and more requested property lines be added. No problem. Now 360 virtual tours are becoming major in my area so now I'm having requests for the aerial photo show the lines. So my question is how to get the lines to stay attached to the photo when you move the photo around in the Spherical panorama viewer? The lines stay stationary on the screen where I place them. I need them to move with the photo so I can add more lines around the photo. I've attached photos to hopfully better explain what Im talking about. Thanks in advanced!

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Property lines on 360 photos

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Im sure there is a simple answer to this, I do real estate photography and its becomeing more and more requested property lines be added. No problem. Now 360 virtual tours are becoming major in my area so now I'm having requests for the aerial photo show the lines. So my question is how to get the lines to stay attached to the photo when you move the photo around in the Spherical panorama viewer? The lines stay stationary on the screen where I place them. I need them to move with the photo so I can add more lines around the photo. I've attached photos to hopfully better explain what Im talking about. Thanks in advanced!

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Open the 360° photo in Photoshop, add the property lines, select the Background layer and your shape layer, and go to 3D > Spherical Panorama > New Panorama Layer from Selected Layer(s). Then go to 3D > Spherical Panorama > Export Panorama...

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Well it gets so distorted at the top and bottom that will not work. I need to be able to add the lines while in the 3d viewer. Heres a link to a video, maybe it'll explain better lol. Thanks for the help.

https://youtu.be/-jVQ0eTL3Cc

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The jpeg images you posted are not 360 spherical panorama projections you need toe add the lines into the 360 spherical panorama projection image.

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Well I was but here is a video of what Im trying to do. I can use the brush to paint on the photo but when I use the line tool it makes new shapes above the actual 360 photo. The brush could work but Im need to make straight lines. Thanks for the help in advace.

https://youtu.be/-jVQ0eTL3Cc

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You should add the line to empty layers above the Panorama  in Photoshop 360 Spherical Panorama feature. When you get them  right merge the line layer the 360 spherical panorama into 3d spherical panorama then export a new 360 spherical panorama projection and save it for your viewer.

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Well I tried that but when I merge the lines to the 360 I loose the ability to move the photo around. It flattens to the area Im currently at in the 360 photo. If theres a tutorial out there you know of please point me in the right direction. I've googled and youtube everything I can think of. Aerial 360 property lines, real estate 360 property lines. Im just not getting it. Again heres a video and yeah...Im going to kick myself when I figure it out!

https://youtu.be/7wguo0arqlw

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It does not look like you are editing a 360 spherical panorama projection in photoshop 3d spherical  panorama feature in your.

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Thanks a bunch! I finally got it!

 

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