1. Click "Functions" tab
2. Click dropdown selector and select "Global"
3. Click "onStart"
4. Click "Make Another Function"
5. Click "Record"
6. Click "Visuals" tab and move the pano into the position you desire, changing zoom level as well.
7. Click "Save Position"
8. Click "Functions" tab
9. Click "Recording" to stop the recording
10. Click and select the 3 recorded functions in the list (click mouse and use the "SHIFT" key on your keyboard to make the multiple selection)
11. Set the transition time to 3000 (or what you desire)
12. Click "Finish"
13. Click the created function (bottom of the left list)
14. Click the arrow button between the lists.
Reload the pano, and it will move to the desired position upon start.
This is the basic part.PLEASE IGNORE THE FOLLOWING. THIS ERROR HAS BEEN FIXED.
Here you will stumble upon a bug in the functions...
To get around the bug:
Save the project.//Close FFC. //Double click the saved file. //FFC opens again.
PLEASE IGNORE THE ABOVE. THIS ERROR HAS BEEN FIXED.
1. Repeat steps 1-14 from above to make another function with a different point the pano should move to
4. etc. etc.
In the "Done Function" dropdown list you can let the first move function go to the second move function, let the second move function go to the 3rd move function etc.
Adding a timer to the movements (pause before it makes it's move) can be done like this:
1. Select the functions created for the first move function, and in the "Done Functon" you select "None" Make sure there is no function selected there.
2. copy the following text:
... here I assume that you have indeed named your move functions "MoveFunction1" "MoveFunction2" etc.
The timer is set to 5 seconds in this example.
3. Once you have copied the text, click the "Paste Text Function" button
4. In "Done Function" you select "MoveFunction2"
5. Do the same for other functions you have made, with times you decide.
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