1. Log In
Log in to your account at app.situ360.com. Fill in your email address and password then click “Login.”
2. Create a Project
When you first log in you won’t have any projects. To make your first project, click “Create a New Project.” You will need to name your project. Once inside you can add a location by clicking “Add a New Location.”
3. Choose a Template
Each time you create a location you will need to choose one of our templates from the Location Library. Each template comes with a background 360° video and one or more creative placeholders. Once you have selected a template you will need to name your new location.
4. Upload Your Creative
Once you are inside your first location you will be able to upload your own .jpg, .png images and .mp4 videos to use on creative placeholders. To upload a file, click “Add Media,” and then drag your file into the box provided.
5. Drag and Drop
Once your file has uploaded, it will appear under Project Media. If you click and drag a file from Project Media onto a creative placeholder, your creative will now be viewable in 360°.
6. Explore Your Options
If you have multiple files to use, you can upload them all and drag as many as you wish onto the same placeholder. When you have multiple pieces of media attached to the same creative placeholder you can cycle between them. Cycle through media by selecting the placeholder and clicking the left and right arrows.
7. Share With Clients and Team Members
You can share your project with your clients and team members. Under “Share” in the right panel, click “Invite Someone to View this Project.” Under “Add Invitees,” simply type the email address of the user you would like to share your project with. If they are not already a member of Situ they will be invited as a spectator.
8. Present Live
After you have shared a project you can present it live to everyone it is shared with. Under “Present Live” in the right panel, click “Start a Live Presentation.” When live, any changes you make will be updated in real time. Live presentations can be viewed in VR with the Situ Viewer app.
To get the Situ Viewer app, visit situ360.com/mobile-app.