You can enable auto rotation feature so that when a person visits your virtual tour, the tour will rotate automatically.
Also, you can set the rotation speed and direction as well.
Let’s have a look at how you can enable auto-rotation for your virtual tours and customize it.
Follow the steps below to set up auto-rotation on your virtual tour.
1. While editing or creating a tour, go to the Basic Settings tab under the General tab.
2. On the right side, you will get the option called Auto Rotation. Enable it.
Once you enable it, you will get 3 new options:
Now use these options to set up auto-rotation properly.
Here, you have to assign a numeric value which will determine the direction and speed of the rotation.
A positive value will make the tour rotate clockwise and a negative value will make the tour rotate anti-clockwise.
The higher the number, the faster the tour will rotate.
By default, it is set to -5 which means the tour will rotate anticlockwise, at a fair speed.
When taking a virtual tour, if a person may click on the tour, the rotation will stop.
Assigning a numeric value on the “Resume Auto Rotation After” field will mean that, once the rotation is stopped, the tour will again start rotating after this amount of time.
**The value is in milliseconds, so if you want to assign it a duration of 3 seconds, then you need to input the value as 3000.
This field will take values in milliseconds. It means, if you set it as 5000, the value will be set as 5 seconds.
Assigning a numeric value in this field will mean that the tour will stop rotating after this amount of time.
Please note that you can’t enable both Resume Auto-rotation After and Stop Auto-rotation after options at the same time. Any one of them will work at a time.
3. After you enable auto-rotation and configure it, click on Preview, and you will be able to experience the auto-ration on the tour preview.
It’s really easy and simple.