You can easily share a 360° Panorama generated with DomuS3D®. Once the Panorama has been saved on your computer, you can load it again with the command Open Image, available in the HOME section of the Ribbon:
You should now see the 360° Panorama in the following format:
Select the Share button available in the IMAGE section of the Ribbon
The Application will ask you to assign a name to the 360° Panorama, so that you can easily identify it later on in the Cloud (you can also provide a description if you wish).
NOTE: if you cannot proceed with sharing, it is most likely because you are not connected to the Cloud environment. To make sure you are connected, open the Live! page, and click the Log in button available in the top right section of the page; use the same profile that you use to download catalogs).
Once the panorama has been uploaded through the Image-Share process, it is available in the DomuS3D® Cloud quota of your license. Open the Live! page, enter the section related to the Panorama, and you will have access to all the options connected to the image, such as whether or not to make the 360° Panorama public or private, the link to use in order to share it by e-mail (Link field), and the embed code that allows you to integrate the Panorama in one of the pages of your web site (Embed field, same as for YouTube videos).
The Facebook and Pinterest links allow you to publish the link to the page of the 360° Panorama, not the Panorama itself, to either Facebook or Pinterest.
To publish the actual 360° Panorama on Facebook, click the link called Facebook® 360 photo, which will convert the 360° Panorama into a format which is 100% compatible with Facebook. That done, open Facebook and publish the new file. Facebook no longer allows third-party applications to publish 360° panoramas directly and automatically in its private Cloud, which is why you now have to do it manually from your Facebook application or from the Facebook website.
This article is valid for DomuS3D® 2019 and later versions
If you are using a version of DomuS3D prior to 2019, please see this video: