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WP Photo Sphere

A filter that displays 360x180 degree panoramas.

10 reviews
Average Rating
3.9 out of 5 stars
Works like a charm
By , for WP 4.3

Thanks for this plugin.
I was looking for a way to embed a photosphere picture but did not want to make it public on Google+.
Keep up the great work!

Works great just need some kind of enhancements
By , for WP 4.2.2

Thanks for it

Horrible looking plugin
By , for WP 4.0.1

The plugin takes the panoramic images and warps them in a way that really makes my panoramic pictures look like cheap stuff. Photographer, DON'T WASTE your time with this plugin

Can I zoom in / out ?
By , for WP 4.0

If I render this via a Google Views iframe embedding, it gives me controls, including the ability to zoom in and out.

Is this possible with this plugin?

I can't add Photosphere
By , for WP 3.9


I can't add Photosphere in to any pages or post.
please fix.

Good but always need more features :P
By ,

Very good plugin :)

Some features would be great like:
- Async autoload or load, to avoid page freeze of 2 or 3s while loading
- responsible container ?

Thank you anyway :)

Excellent, simple plugin
By , for WP 3.8.1

Thanks for the excellent plugin!

It's great how simple it is to use, and I appreciate not having to go through Google's servers to render it.

Works Fine with 3.8.1 - how to find the f*** ID - Solved
By , for WP 3.8.1


nice Plugin - but you should describe the usage a little bit more.

How to use the Plugin after installation:
Download your Panorama from G+ or your mobile phone or upload it direct to your wordpress Blog. The File is a simple JGP the Name is like "PANO_20140215_151330.jpg" (Size ~2 MB).

After you uploaded your jpg file. Go to Media --> Media Overview (here you see all your pictures,videos, ... klick on the name of your panorama - in my case "PANO_20140215_151330.jpg"

Now you can change the Name, description, ... But the important thing is you will find directly under the name of your picture the permalink to your picture(=panorama) in my example:
Permalink: http://www.YOURDOMAIN.com/?attachment_id=3492

ID of the panorama = 3492
This ID you have to enter in your Post:

Following Code in my example:
[sphere 3492 width="1024" height="748" autostart]

Thanks for the plugin!

WP Photosphere plugin and WP 3.8
By ,

Works brilliantly, once you find the photo ID by looking at the small print on your wp edit page and remember to use the format [sphere {ID no of the photo in the media library} autoload]

Remainder of the necessary settings can be found in the photosphere plugin menu.

Works but need more features
By , for WP 3.5.1

Thanks for this PlugIn, work as it should be, but...
I have to expand the wp-photo-sphere.php to avoid problems with my FancyBox-PlugIn: ...$settings['style_a'] . '" class="nofancybox"' . $text . '</a><div...
Maybe this or another solution is included in the next version.

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