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Software update R10510 I (07/2016)
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I updated the firmware of the LG 360 camera on February 22, 2017 and since the update (R10510K) when zooming from the mo...
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I updated the firmware of the LG 360 camera on February 22, 2017 and since the update (R10510K) when zooming from the mo...
Samsung Gear 360 and glasses
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Hello!I have a Samsung Gear 360 and a glasses VR SHINECON. I would like to know how I do to see the movies I recorded in the glasses in virtual reality.
LG 360 CAM Date and Time
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Hello, Could anyone point me in the direction to update the date and time on the LGR105. All images and videos downloded from the SD card are months out of date and in the past. I have LG Bridge, LG 360 Cam...
LG 360 CAM problems connect WiFi
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YES! For Samsung s7 afer update you need clear cache for 360 cam manager and delete and next install

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Posted 22 October 2016 - 03:47 AM

First off, I joined this forum before I noticed that topics had hundreds of views but very few replies.  **sigh** I may be wasting my breath here but here goes...

 

I design and build AV systems and most recently streaming video platforms for permanent installation.  A client wants to do VR streaming, VOD, etc. I said sure.  Typically, we take multiple cameras into a HDMI or SDI switch then combine the audio in a streaming "bridge" device which offers up an RSTP feed for a streaming engine.  In my case, Wowza.  I've been looking at all kinds of cameras, stitching software, and the like, but I haven't found a really good camera that can be mounted at about 36" high and doesn't look like an alien space ship.  The one I did find was the Orah I4.  The camera looks great and has a built in stitcher as well as a server that delivers an RSTP feed natively.  That's great but it has limited ability to input audio via 1/8 stereo mini and I can't "live view" content due to lack of HDMI port.  My best candidate so far is:   https://www.liveplanet.net

The camera isn't out yet and cost $10,000.  Money isn't an issue for my client but the price made me choke a bit.  Anyone have experience with a camera that will output 4k video via HDMI or SDI?  All I want to manage going across the floor to the head end gear is power, HDMI or SDI and possibly cat5 if the camera has a built in server for RSTP.  It can't look like a mathematician barfed up a bunch of GoPros either.   Is there such an animal or am I looking for a unicorn? 






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