A short 360 videoclip shot with the GoPro MAX
I shot this short video clip with my GoPro Max .
It is a great way to give a quick overview over a situation.
It has an excellent user experience, since you can scroll and pan around in the video.
It is just a extraordinary way to spice up your blogpost and make it more interesting.
GoPro Creative Director Abe Kislevitz shows the invisible pole trick with GoPro MAX
The GoPro MAX is an incredible creative tool!
It is great to get some creative inspiration from someone who is involved in the design of this camera.
A great video for every GoPro MAX and 360 camera user.
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4 Wochen mit der GoPro MAX. In diesem Podcast spreche ich über meine Erfahrungen mit dieser neuen 360 Grad Action Kamera.
- GoPro MAX Eindrücke
- Hyperlapse Erfahrungen
- 360 Grad Video
- 360 Grad Photos
- Power Panorama
- Nachbearbeitungs Probleme für PC User
- Editing Probleme für Android User
- Mein Workflow mit der Creative Suite
- Aufruf an GoPro die PC Software zu verbessern!
In this video I am trying out the Timewarp/Hyperlapse function in the GoPro MAX.
I will walk with you around downtown Munich, Germany.
Youtube gives you a 1280×720 pixel window out of your 360 Video.
When you are working with titles in Adobe Premiere you have to know, where to put the titles and words or lower thirds, to be visible.
Just create a 1280×720 color matte and place it on top of your video timeline.
Lower the opacity to 50% or as desired.
The Mask/Matte/Window will be in the middle of the image.
This will be the visible part of your 360 Video on Youtube.
You can place your titles and lower thirds in this frame and it will be visible.
Titles in 360 Videos look great! You just have to know where to put them!
Continue reading “Important Infos for Titles in your 360 Video on Youtube”
I used my GoPro Max for this Tutorial. As you can hear, the wind reduction works well. But you can hear as well, that you shouldn´t expect wonders.
When there is wind it will be hearable.
I am not complaining! I am very happy with the camera.
I am just pointing out some examples.
The Video is an Photo Tutorial about night Photography in 360.
My first 360 upload to Youtube didn´t really work the way I wanted.
It showed the whole 360 MP4 instead of a spherical video.
After some research I found out, there must be some Metadata inserted before uploading.
New NLEs do it automatically. But in my case I have to insert the Metadata with an extra app, provided by Google.
Here you can see my working 360 Vlog with my GoPro MAX after inserting the Metadata.
It is best viewed with a smartphone or a VR set. This way you can move your phone around and look around in the virtual reality space.
Youtube shows a up/down left/right button when you watch it on a computer. Use it do scroll around in the video.
There´s an app for 360 Metadata for users of old NLE´s. You need it to make your video spherical on Youtube.
Tutorial where to download the 360 App from Google and how to use it from Jaynes Network.
Or just use Davinci Resolve. It will export with 360 Metadata. Ben Claremont explains how.