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#1 Guest_Sandpit Kid_*

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Posted 11 August 2016 - 07:22 PM

needing 360 cam choice help.

Budget: under $900

 

OPTION A

 

which 360 camera allows the auto stitched videos to bew downloaded on to PC?

Ideally for our application using at concerts where we need to produce, brand and onsend to customers the videos in only minutes, we need to have a way to get the 360 footage to a windows based PC after each short video, so video, transfers to PC, another video, transfers etc...all within shortest cycle time

 

OPTION B

 

A WAY TO HIGHLIGHT A company brand/logo in the imaging. such as a circular logo...http://share.360.tv/...play&f=odu0kD0b ? any suggestions (again this has to be all available quickly processed within momens of event guests stepping infront of the camera...so this is where it gets tricky and need a PC involved not smartphones

 



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Posted 11 August 2016 - 07:32 PM

just to add. the giroptic obviously has a way to add a logo as it shows it in this sample but have read not great things about service and final rollout quality, alas. open to all first hand opinions tho 



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Posted 11 August 2016 - 08:47 PM

Just to offer an option (Samsung Gear 360) and workflow:

 

Tether the phone by usb to the PC. Then with the Samsung Gear 360, the stitching is done wirelessly by the phone (faster than any PC will do it, by a lot, and also higher quality if S7)). Then just copy the stitched file from the usb-connected phone to the PC. This process will take place just as fast as if the camera did the stitching first and then you downloaded the stitched file from the camera to the PC by usb because the Gear 360 stitching takes place while the video is transferred to the phone from the camera (it is not two steps).

 

If you need that logo, that would be another PC step, but that would be true for any camera (the Gear 360 can insert its own Samsung logo!).



#4 Guest_Sandpit Kid_*

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 05:45 AM

ah great advice thank you. i had not looked at the smartphone compatible options purely as didn't think we could get the images to the pc. great tip. thanks for taking the time






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