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Old 03-27-2020, 01:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Paul 5r4 View Post
Loved your video and the camera shots/panning. To use this feature did you have to have any special software? All I have is iMovie on my mac. Wondering if it will work for the moving/rotating shots using a GP MAX 360???
Its a lot of work honestly. Files are downloaded into GoPro program and "stitched" which combines the forward and back camera into a single file.

Then its imported into Premier Pro movie and 'reframe' effects added. Reframe allows you to tell the camera to look and when.

Takes a lot of computing power.

What's easier is to upload it as a pure 360 camera which allows the viewing the scan around with the mouse.

Glad you enjoyed it
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