In the first article I described how to take 360° photos of your miniatures. Now in this video tutorial we'll look out how you get those photos into Mini360 with the help of Photoshop. If you don't have Photoshop, you could use a free alternative like GIMP. When I get the chance I'll create a similar tutorial for GIMP but the principles will be the same, so this one should still be of use to you.
What We're Aiming For
Hopefully you'll end up with a good quality 360° by the end of the tutorial. Just as importantly, you'll have the process nailed so future photos can be created in very little time. My result is up on Mini360 and linked at the end of this article. Please feel free to take a look and vote on the quality. Don't worry if you think it's mediocre, I'm not sensitive!
You'll want to view this fullscreen to see what's going on! Don't forget, the Photoshop Actions file I refer to is linked at the bottom of this article.