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Ricoh Theta S camera has small waterproof cover. It has built-in wi-fi and make interesting 360 degrees videos.

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  1. Share 360 image on Twitter

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  2. Video Quality

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  3. VR mode on Android

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  4. Thanx Ricoh, but . . .

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  5. device images

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  6. Ricoh theta s- what's the right app for editing

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  7. Transferring files between mobile devices

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  8. Sharing 360 Photos - for Client Use

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  9. Theta S with Google Daydream

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  10. Fisheye removal

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  11. Can't convert video with big size

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  12. Batch pic processing

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  13. Ricoh Theta S recording

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  14. Ricoh Theta S metadata for edit RAW 360 videos

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    • Dear all,

      how can I make a youtube livestreaming with the YI 360 VR with a self designed thumbnail and with dissabled comments? If I send the stream directly with the YI 360 app from the smartphone I cannot find an opportunity to define this before the streaming.

      Christian
    • Could anyone shed light on the internet connection speed (Mbps) needed to live stream an event (eg. Wedding)? Also, what kind of data usage would one be looking at per minute? Apparently, the prevailing advice for reliably live streaming normal (non-360) video at 1080p 60fps is a connection of 4.5 to 9 Mbps. The Insta360 Pro and Pro2 have six lenses, however. Does this mean multiplying by a factor of 6, or do the Insta360 Pro cameras work some magic with their on-the-fly stitching process. Any educated answers on these two questions would be appreciated.
    • Could anyone shed light on the internet connection speed (Mbps) needed to live stream an event (eg. Wedding)? Also, what kind of data usage would one be looking at per minute? Apparently, the prevailing advice for reliably live streaming normal (non-360) video at 1080p 60fps is a connection of 4.5 to 9 Mbps. The Insta360 Pro and Pro2 have six lenses, however. Does this mean multiplying by a factor of 6, or do the Insta360 Pro cameras work some magic with their on-the-fly stitching process. Any educated answers on these two questions would be appreciated.
    • Guest Barez
      Hey guys.    I was thinking in getting a kodak keymussion. I understand the software is quite good at the moment.  But i would use the camera for a specific thing, taking photos with gps and time tag.  I don't want to copy the photos to the phone, i just want to give the camera the command to take a picture and save gos and time.  My question would be: how soon can i take another photo right after i took one? Would i be able to take picture after 1 or 2 seconds.    Can anyone with the camera and app test this out for me?  Thanks. 
    • Is there a thread on this forum for the Rylo 360 camera? - Wolf 
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