I'm new to the forum so this is my first post. At school myself and a group of others are sending a camera up into space, and we want to also use a 360 camera up there - possibly the Samsung Gear 360 2017 edition. The only trouble is the low temperatures of around -45C / -50F (and possibly below) at 100,000ft (30km) altitude where the He balloon will burst.
Does anyone have any tips on doing this, so as to still be able to achieve a 4k 360 video, without the camera completely breaking?
Thanks in advance!
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Hello, i am using a camera (Blurfix 360) it has two lenses and take two videos from front and back.
The videos are shown side by side but i cant figure out what programs are compatible for stitching.
im not even sure what to look up since there are so many types.
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?