When you first open the program, you will be prompted to create an account or log in. If you already have a Panoskin account, you can log in using the same credentials.
If you do not have a login, click Create Account.
Fill in your first and last name.
Enter and confirm your email.
Next, enter a password and follow the password safety requirements.
Verify your account with the code that we send to your email.
If you cannot find the code in your email, please check your spam if it is not in your inbox.
Verify your account to proceed.
Because TrailBlazer publishes your 360 footage to Google Street View and Google Maps, we need to connect your Google account.
A new window will appear. Enter the Gmail email that you would like to publish with and hit next.
You will be prompted to sign in to your Google email to connect.
That's it! Now you may explore the TrailBlazer Dashboard.
No matter what I try, I get this message. I show my account connected on your website and I am logged in to my Google on the browsers on my Windows 10 PC - Edge, IE & Chrome (browser I use). I have no issues connecting other devices.
I cannot log in with Google server.
Any resolve before I look for a program that works?
Same issue here as people above - it's broken. I contacted Google support and they first told me to contact the developer. When I let them know the developer has had the issue for a few months, they told me to pass along the following info:
This worked for me, make sure you are logged in and your google account is linked on Panoskins WEBSITE first. Note the location of folder you are deleting.
Aha! Worked like a charm. Thank you!
Note for other Mac users like me: In your case you need to delete the folder <your home directory>/Library/Application Support/Trailblazer while trailblazer is not running. As Kyle said above, you need to connect your Google account using the Panoskin web site first.
Also, on OSX 10.15 Catalina at least, I've found that the app hangs and you can't quit it when you end up at the Google "Couldn't sign you in" page. So you need to force quit the Trailblazer app before you delete the folder.
@Kyle McCombs thank you!
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