Virtual tours have become a vital part of real estate photography. Here at HomeJab, we are proud that we can provide this service to our customers. You can share real estate listing videos via the property page links we provide or download it straight to your computer. Here is a simple and easy guide on how to download a virtual tour to your computer.
Download a Virtual Tour Directly from Vimeo
First, go to your branded video tour page on HomeJab.com. Next, hover your mouse over the top right corner of the video player. You will notice a share symbol that resembles a paper airplane.
If you click the blue “share” button, a link from Vimeo.com will appear.
By clicking on this Vimeo link, you will be redirected to a page that will allow you to download the real estate video file. The download button is directly under the video.
Download a Virtual Tour from HomeJab
Another way to download a virtual tour from HomeJab is to log into your account at HomeJab.com. Once signed into your HomeJab account, click on the tab that says “orders”. Choose the property you are interested in and click the green magnifying icon underneath “actions”. From there you will see four tabs that say “order”, “jobs”, “files”, and “property”. Click on “files” and you will see 3 tabs that say “online version”, “print version”, and “videos”.
Click on the arrow on the videos bar to expand the folder. Then click the green download button found underneath “link”. The file will download directly to your computer at the original video resolution size.
If you need to post your video on Youtube, Facebook, or any other website, you will need to save the file to your computer. HomeJab gives you full access and ownership of your media files. This means, you are able to download a virtual tour and post it wherever you may need.
If you are looking for a quicker way to share your virtual tour, consider using the free property page links provided with every HomeJab package. Share your branded property page on social media, in e-mails, and more. We also provide unbranded links that follow MLS guidelines. Read this article on how to upload a video to Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.com for step-by-step instructions on how to get your virtual tour on the most popular real estate websites.
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Updated October 2018
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