thanks for your answer. Yes I installed the WebRotate's 360 product viewer. The Software is really good and easy! The best and easiest solution I found in the web.
My example shoe I shared in my first post is only to show what 2 axes I photographed. To explain what I want to create, please have a look in this example I found on the web, it's about the "GEORGE GINA & LUCY Bag" you can find here, just scroll a bit down on this page: [link-removed]
Here you can rotate the bag in 2 axes. And YES, the vertical axis is only shot from one side, of course this isn't that cool and smooth as if you have many rows, but this is what I would like to archive anyway. I want to show a shoe from 2 axes, as the bag-example, and want to add Hotspots to this. In the SpotEditor I can choose how many rows I would like to have, but I can't create this "navigation" with SpotEditor that I can rotate the shoe as you can in the bag example. Hope I expressed my self better now
So is there probably a workaround, probably something I could change in the code of the exported HTML or Java files to create this Bag-Example Navigation? --> Slide the Mouse to the right or to the left/right to rotate it around the 1st axis AND slide the mouse up/down to rotate around the 2nd axis?
Thank you very much, I know this sounds very complicated, but for shoes with hotspots this 2 axes offers the customer enough to see the most important angles.