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Working with 360 video was created by MrGrunthunter

Ever since the GoPro Fusion 360 camera was released I've been contemplating buying one. The price has dropped a little bit on them making it a little more tempting. The big question now is how to render the video from it. Can it be rendered in a program for 360 video and then imported into Vegas Pro to use along with standard video. I just watched a recent video posted on YouTube by the Gadget Guru (
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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Working with 360° video

I don't own a 360° camera, so have no experience in working with this format.
Vegas Pro 16 now supports editing of 360° video.

Maybe another forum member will be able to help you.
Remember to turn everything off at least once a week, including your brain, then sit somewhere quiet and just chill out.
Unplugging is the best way to find solutions to your problems.
Peace :)
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Replied by ericlnz on topic Working with 360° video

I don't understand 360 videos. When I watched part of the Gadget Guru video it was ordinary widescreen. It's just that the camera rotated. So it's the image taken that goes 360 degrees producing a normal 16:9 image which any editor can handle? Or have I got something wrong?
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Replied by Robbie on topic Working with 360° video

I don’t have any experience with 360 video but like Mr G I’ve thought about buying in to the technology to explore the potential. The Go Pro Fusion used in the Gadget Guru video doesn’t rotate, it has extreme wide angle lenses on both sides and captures the whole 360 in a single take. It supports VR but can also be used through enabled software to produce creative effects or the more “pedestrian” rotation effects in the standard 2D 16:9 format.
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Replied by MrGrunthunter on topic Working with 360° video

Oh Oh ... you've just given me a reason why I need to upgrade from my version 14 ;-)
Mike
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Replied by MrGrunthunter on topic Working with 360° video

Robbie, You have it correct. One viewing the video you can hold and click on the actual video and scroll around "up, down, and all around" and see everything while the video is playing. The biggest downsides I can see is the file size it creates and you have to be darn careful how you handle it so you don't scratch either of the lens. I have the Samsung Gear 360 and it's satisfactory for still photos but not for video. As you can see the Fusion has a much higher resolution.
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Replied by MrGrunthunter on topic Working with 360° video

EricLNZ, Here's a short video clip that may show you how it works. While watching the video, click on it, hold down on your mouse button and drag the video around.,
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Replied by ericlnz on topic Working with 360° video

Thanks Mr Grunthunter, it explains it nicely.

Obviously it has some uses but for videos that inform or tell a story it could create problems. You wouldn't know exactly what your viewers were looking at at any given time. Watching the demo and moving around I wondered what I was missing that was off my screen at the time. 360 is probably more suited for still images than videos.
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