Multi PANORAMA TO GOOGLE STREET VIEW
You shoot, we publish.
Need some help publishing your panoramas to Google Street View? We can help!
Since 2016, we have published over 140 tours to Google Street View.
We provide support for any platform including:
DSLR Photospheres, Ricoh Theta S, iGuide, RealVision, Matterport 360 Snapshots
- Tours are posted to your Google Local Guides account
- Accurate placement of panos on Google Maps.
- Support for Multiple-Floors
- Camera removal from mirrors
- Shadow removal from ground
- Face / License Plate Blurring
- Image enhancement (white balance, color correction and enhancement)
- Selection of starting point panoramas
- Nadir patching
- Pano Stitching ($1/photo)
- Transferring Tours between Accounts or Locations
Includes 15 Panos
Includes 40 Panos
Includes 100 Panos
Includes 250 Panos
Q: How do I use your service?
Submit an order request with a link to your public tour or a file archive. We'll take a look and send you a quote based on our prices. We send an invoice when complete.
Q: Can I receive Google Local Guide Contributor Credit?
Of course! Customers receive an authentication link to allow us to publish to their Local Guides account. You'll get all the credit!
Q: Can I get a 'See-Inside' icon for my client on Google?
Not right now. This extremely popular feature was removed by Google. We are hoping that it will return as it hurts the value proposition that was once offered by GSV.
Q: Can I control which panoramas display as start points?
Yes! We are able to select which panoramas display on the image reel by removing the Place ID from all other panos in your tour. It's weird, but it works.
Q: How do you publish my Matterport Tours?
We can request collaborator access on the model you would like converted and use Matterport's 360 Snapshot feature to export your panoramas.
Q: Can you control how tour thumbnails display?
Not really. Google likes to show a weird slideshow of different positions on each panorama. Obviously it looked good on paper, so they went with it regardless of how silly it looks.
Q: Why should I use MP2SV ... can't I do all of this myself?
Yes, you can try your hand with the Google Street View App or sign up to GoThru.co or Panoskin.com.
Q: Can I patch my logo at the bottom of each panorama?
Yes we can add a nadir patch if you can provide a 2048 x 2048 transparent PNG image for us to use.
Q: What's the best way to shoot a tour for Google Street View?
A grid system where panos are shot where the connections will be 90 degree turns. If you shoot haphazard tours, you create haphazard tours.