How to make 360 videos and photos. You have to manually stitch all the footage from the cameras together in video editing software. That can take hours. A wild 360 degree shot of Puerto.
Hi, I tried to edit Theta 360 video's in Adobe Premiere Pro (add titles, cut clips.), experimented with stuff from After Effects - and it works great. I can play the resulting video in 360° with the Ricoh Theta app on my desktop (Mac), but somehow, I can't find a way to share it online, as I can do it with the original clip on e.g. I guess that it must be that during the rendering from Adobe Premiere, some metadata is lost in the process. Any ideas how to fix this?
Sam Update: it does work. Inject the resulting, edited video with 360 metadata, following this procedure: Upload the video. And your edited video can be shared via Youtube. Samcornelis Posts: 6 Joined: 25 Apr 2015, 15:14.
I just got the Theta S this past weekend and I want to post a video that I took but it's too long. I tried everything that is listed on the web as far as instructions but for some reason I am not successful at it. I have a macbook pro and I am using an adobe premiere pro cs6 software. I've used the settings you listed but was unsuccessful. My workflow: Extract videos from Theta using Image Capture. Drag and drop it to the Theta Software Take the converted file and drop it in Adobe Premiere Timeline. Export it with the settings provided on this Thread.
Pull up 360 video metadata tool (but it doesn't read the metabones on the converted video) This is where I get stuck. Can anyone help?
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RebrandGroup Posts: 1 Joined: 21 Dec 2015, 18:27. Every video I’ve injected with 360° metadata after editing so far, uploads with two black circles at the poles of the sphere on YouTube. (As if somehow a 1px black line is added to the top and bottom of the rectangular video in postproduction ) I’ve seen this effect with other YouTube videos too. Dropbox on mac. Can’t explain it.
My edited and injected video has exactly the same properties as the stitched material from the Theta App. Unedited stitched material from the Theta app does not display these black pole caps when uploaded to YouTube. FranzSdoutz Posts: 31 Joined: 30 Nov 2015, 15:10. FranzSdoutz wrote:Every video I’ve injected with 360° metadata after editing so far, uploads with two black circles at the poles of the sphere on YouTube. (As if somehow a 1px black line is added to the top and bottom of the rectangular video in postproduction ) I’ve seen this effect with other YouTube videos too. Can’t explain it.
My edited and injected video has exactly the same properties as the stitched material from the Theta App. Unedited stitched material from the Theta app does not display these black pole caps when uploaded to YouTube.
Franz, I have the same problem, I'm using iMovie and the output is 4k at High quality. JoseGP Posts: 1 Joined: 29 Dec 2015, 23:57. Theta S Premiere CC workflow - Camera to YouTube Ingest footage to drive. Flattening - Batch process all footage through Theta software by dragging all files to open Theta S program window - (adds '_er' to filename) Open Premiere and start new project (don't worry about settings here) Import flattened footage (double click in project window or File > Import) Drag one clip to the 'New Item' icon in the bottom right of the Project window. This will create a new sequence with the exact settings of the video file. Add other files to this new sequence.
Cut, add transitions, color grade, music, etc. Export media with following settings: TOP TAB: Format: H.264 Preset: n/a Output Name: VIDEO TAB: W n H: Match Source Checked Frame Rate: Match Source Checked Aspect: Match Source Checked TV Standard: NTSC Profile: Main Level: 4.1 Bitrate Encoding: VBR 1 pass Target: 16 Maximum: 16 AUDIO TAB: Audio Format: AAC CLICK EXPORT Open 360 Injector from google: Click 'Open' and select edited file Select checkbox 'Spherical' Click 'Save as' and enter Click Ok. Upload file to YouTube.
DerekNickell Posts: 1 Joined: 23 Mar 2016, 19:15. CarlosCordova wrote:Hey! Its not your premier copy I have the same problem with the audio every time i import a video to premier. I cant figure it out either, i just watch the uncompressed file with the _er its fine, it match but when you import it get unsync and not need to put it on the timeline of your sequence if you preview the video just from the proyect panel its unsync alredy. I realized now that it is indeed my copy of Premiere that was messing this up.
A new installation of CC solved the issue. If you look at the setting for the stitched MP4 (before you import to Premiere, in Quicktime or VLC), it says it's 1920 x 960, 29.97 fps. When I import to Premiere CS6 it imports the file as 25 fps. Not reading the header correctly for some reason. Anyway, I've had friends import the same file and it imports correctly. And as I said, fresh Pr CC install imports it as it should.