Using the Image tab from the top of the editor, you can control all your image settings.
The Main image tab
Use the Main tab in the sidebar to set the current language, preview, publish and open your published image, or copy image data from another image.
|Data language||Set your current data language. Multi-language input is fully supported by Micrio.|
|Preview||Use this option to preview any unpublished changes you've made to the image.|
|Publish||Use this option to publish the current image data to the public. When this is done, all your latest changes and additions to the image data are visible to everyone.|
|Public link||Once published, this link will be the public URL for this image.|
|Duplicate data||If you want to copy all data from an existing image (for instance when you've uploaded an updated image), use this option to select the image to copy the already existing data from.|
The Settings tab
If you open the Settings tab under Image Settings, you will see a list of image options. These are the default options for viewing, sharing or embedding the image, without manually having to set them youselves:
|Set Start View||When this option is selected, you will see a resizable rectangle overlay over the image. You can set these to the exact view that the image will always be opened on.|
|Set Focal Point||When this option is selected, you will see a crosshair icon appear on the image. Drag this to the location of the image which should be the main focus point of the image. This means that when the image is opened in a cut-off view ("always fill the screen"), the focal point will be centered.|
|Always fill the screen||If enabled, the user cannot zoom out further than having the entire screen filled|
|Maximum zoom level|| The factor (1=100%) that users will be able to zoom in maximally. For instance, if set to |
|Adjust max zoom to high DPI screens||On high DPI screens (ie Apple's Retina screens), by default you cannot visually zoom in as far as normal 100% DPI screens. Turning this setting on normalizes the maximum zoom level, allowing the user to visually zoom in as far as regular displays, however this will cause a little blurriness on high DPI screens.|
|Viewer background color||When clicked, you can select the default background color of your image.|
|Show title and description||When turned on, a small panel will be shown on the bottom left of your image with the image title and description.|
|Enable navigation||If disabled, all user image events (swipe, pinch, zoom) will be disabled. Tours and markers will still work.|
|Fullscreen button||Show a fullscreen toggle button in the bottom right corner of the image.|
|Show the minimap||If enabled, show a navigation minimap in the bottom left corner of the image screen.|
|Don't hide the minimap||If enabled, the minimap will not automatically fade out when the user is fully zoomed out in the image.|
|Show social sharing buttons||If enabled, show social sharing buttons on the micr.io-viewer.|
360° specific settings
If you are working with a 360° image, there are special settings that only apply to these.
To enable 360° mode, switch to the Advanced tab under the Image Settings.
|Image is 360°||Use this toggler to turn 360° mode on or off. Note: this will only be visible in the preview or final image.|
|Fill 360 screen|| For 360° images that are haven't got an exact |
Custom JSON settings
For advanced usage, and for use with custom client embedded integrations, you can enrich your image metadata with custom JSON.
Switch to the Advanced tab under Image Settings, and scroll to the Custom JSON part of the panel. This will show a custom JSON editor where you can enter any custom data. Please refer to its documentation for how to use this.