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Last Reply: lunadude (Today, 03:03 AM)
Very interesting! I'll check it out and share with other 3D image users. Thanks!
CES 2017—Best animated virtual reality music video!
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Hmm, interesting. Was this a video of an interactive piece?https://youtu.be/yZOdelqXp2I
Testing Gear 360 mounted on Crash Helmet
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Hi tunneldave, Great video, how did you fix the camera on your helmet, please?
Black field after stitching the video with Gear 360 Action Director
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Hi @ All, I have the same problem as "brunnerimages". ...
Ricoh Theta SC remote shutter
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Last Reply: sansun (Mar 23 2017 12:32 PM)
Anyone try the remote shutter with your Ricoh Theta SC? Any comments?

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Insta360 4k 360 live streaming instruction

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#1 samus

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Posted 27 July 2016 - 04:55 PM

Guide how to make live stream with Insta360 4k. Propably very similar instruction will be for insta360 Nano.

 

http://faq.insta360....m_introduction/

 

1.Device Connection

 

2.Image Input

 

3. Push Video Streaming Online

 

4.Notice

 

5.Required equipment
  • Insta360 Spherical Camera * 1
  • Laptop/Computer * 1 (with i5 processor or higher performance)
  • Router * 1
  • USB network card * 1
  • OTG cable * 1
  • Internet cable * 3 (or more)
  • LiveKit and OBS software (Need to be downloaded in advance)
6.Related Resources

 



#2 360rumors

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Posted 11 August 2016 - 02:14 AM

Hi Newbie.  Thanks for your post.  I don't have experience with the Insta360 4k but just wanted to note that for the Nano, the process is much simpler and can be done wirelessly.  Here is the process: http://360camerasfor...aming-tutorial/

 

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Mic





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