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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.

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      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.
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