FPP-Pano enables your WordPress blog to easily display your panoramas using the Flash Panorama Player (FPP)
After installing the plugin, copy your Flash Panorama Player SWF files to the FPP directory on the server.
Go to the Settings menu, choose FPP-Pano, and set your options.
On the Edit Page or Edit Post screen, select the Add Media button to bring up this standard WordPress 2.5 Media Upload screen. Select a compatible QTVR file and upload it, then set an appropriate title (this will be displayed on the tabs of the web interface) and choose Save All Changes. You don't need to select "insert Into Post"... patience!
Back on the editor screen, select an insertion point for the panorama. Then click the FPP-Pano button (labelled 360).
You should see this pop-up dialog. Choose one or more files from the multi-select menu - use the scroll bar if you have a lot of files. Then choose Insert.
The shortcode for FPP-Pano will be inserted into your post. If you need to change it, just delete the text and try again. Save or Publish your post.
You should see an interface like this on the actual post. If you don't like the CSS styling, copy the CSS in css/fpp.css, tweak it, and then change the options for FPP-Pano to not serve its css.