Uploading Your Own 360 Images
Uploading Content to ClassVR
However you create your content, all you need to do is get the pictures or
videos onto your computer and drag-and-drop them into ClassCloud on the ClassVR portal. From there, you can send them out to any of the ClassVR headsets, which are enrolled in your organisation.
What file type should
I be using?
For our own content, we use either a JPEG or PNG file format, which can then be
easily accessed on the ClassVR headsets. We do not compress any of our files
to ensure that they are of the highest quality for users.
How do I get the
content from my 360 camera onto the headsets?
Well, it will just take you a few easy steps.
1) Plug the camera into your PC via USB and
copy the pictures.
2) Make sure they are in a JPEG or PNG format (see above for steps to convert your
3) Then, import the content into your ClassVR "My Cloud" via http://portal.classvr.com/connect/player/ (drag and drop the content from your PC into the browser window).
4) Once uploaded, drag the content from the library into the left hand
side playlist and send it to the selected devices.
5) Enjoy and immerse your users in your homemade
How do I share the content with others in my organisation
In your organisation: If you wish to
share the content with other members of staff, then you can import the file
into the "Shared Cloud" and then all other users with the appropriate permissions can access this content and share it.
Beyond your organisation: You could
choose to publish non-confidential content with other ClassVR users from around
the world, by adding your content to “Community”.
What if I no longer want my content on the portal?
Simply right click on the content you no
longer want to have on your Cloud, Shared Cloud or in the ClassVR Community and
select “Delete”. The same principle applies to any
playlists you wish to delete.
Uploading Your Own 360 Videos
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