All Transported Features

Transported Creator features

  • Built for Windows and Mac (see system requirements)
  • Import any equirectangular image (see image guidelines)
  • Add information about tours, like location, size, price, and description
  • Create public or hidden tours
  • Name and organize scenes
  • Group scenes into floors
  • Connect scenes together using waypoints
  • Enhance scenes with ambient audio and feature tags
  • Add active narration to feature tags
  • Built-in library of ambient audio
  • Can import your own custom ambient audio
  • Preview before publishing
  • One-click publishing to VR and web
  • Cloud syncing of tour data across multiple users

Subscription features

  • Access to continuous updates for Transported Creator
  • Free unlimited hosting for your tours forever
  • Free profile/portfolio page forever
  • Customize your profile page with profile pic, header image, VR background image, contact information
  • Collaborate with clients and editors
  • Custom logo placement available
  • Access to knowledge base
  • Unparalleled support via email and chat
  • Phone support and custom training available

Virtual reality tour features

  • Supported VR platforms: Google Cardboard, Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR
  • “Comfortable” (the best) Oculus Comfort Rating
  • Move from scene to scene
  • Move from outside to inside (and vice versa)
  • Easy access to any scene
  • View client or listing agent info
  • View home info (description, address, stats)
  • View feature tags
  • Active narration on feature tags
  • Ambient audio (from built-in library or custom)

Web tour features

  • Viewable with any modern web browser on any device, including computers, smartphones, and tablets
  • Use gyroscopes in smartphones and tablets
  • Automatic media transcoding and optimization depending on bandwidth
  • Dedicated tour page optimized for search engines and social media sharing
  • Unbranded tour webpage for MLS
  • Embeddable on third-party sites
  • Move from outside to inside (and vice versa)
  • Easy access to any scene
  • View client or listing agent info
  • View home info (description, address, stats)
  • View feature tags
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How it works

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Frequently asked questions

How do I get started?

Great question! We wrote a whole page about getting started with Transported. In short, you’ll need to buy a camera, sign up for Transported, shoot your first space, and then build your first tour.

What equipment do I need?

To create tours with Transported you need only a 360° camera or DSLR with a fisheye lens and a panoramic tripod head. See supported cameras. The captures are then uploaded to our desktop-based tour-building software, available for Windows and Mac. See system requirements.

Do I need a VR headset?

While any tour created with Transported is viewable in VR, having a VR headset is not a requirement to use Transported. If you would like to invest in some VR gear, we have a great help document about buying a mobile VR headset.

How do I create a tour?

Once the space has been captured, import the entire set of 360° spherical images to our tour-building software. With Transported Creator, you can quickly organize your tour, name rooms, add audio, and highlight the property’s best features. Watch the tutorial.

How long does it take?

Images for a 2,500 square foot home can be captured in less than an hour. And you can build a tour in about 20 minutes.

Can I use 3D models?

Yes. If you’re looking to build a tour for a space that you can’t capture with photography, you can output renders from your 3D CAD software. Simply render them as equirectangular JPEGs.

How much does it cost?

Our very competitive subscription plans can be viewed on our pricing page.

Do you offer a free trial?

Yes! Sign up today for our Pro tier and get 30 days for free so you can test out our system.

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