MessengerLog Pro has the ability to automatically log everything from Windows Messenger including instant messages, winks, emotion icons, hand writing, text font and colors, the online status of your contact, and all the activities like sent and received files, audio/video invitations in MSN Messenger. Improved from previous versions, MessengerLog has ...
A few years ago, Skybox Composer plugin that offers support for editing immersive videos has become available for Adobe After Effects. Today, a few years later the plugin has been replaced with a built-in feature called VR Comp Editor, that can be accessed from the software's Windows menu. Its users can choose between 2D Edit (Monoscopic) and 3D Edit (Stereoscopic) options, view the footage from the Point of View perspective and post-process the 360-degree footage in the same way they would edit the 'flat' footage.
The upper-right area sports the standard closing and minimizing buttons, as well as a drop-down menu that lives alongside them. In the second row, a giant check mark and a small arrow tab in the center both reveal a pull-down menu with added filtering options, as well as some stats on the number of blocked items. On the plus side, these menu options did seem a bit odd at first, but at least they weren't invasive.
This is the only paid for software on this list, but is definitely worth it if you want to get serious when creating 360 videos. Mettle Skybox is a plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, it allows those programmes to work with 360 video and apple advanced effects to both photos and videos. Using this plugin, you can graphics, titles and animations to 360 video and they will be rendered in the correct format. See below for a very basic example of what it can do.
The programme allows you to create anchor points in your video that the camera will follow, so if you have a particularly interesting point in your videos that you want  your audience to see, you can create an anchor point which will force the camera to face that direction. You can also create amazing tiny planet videos and apply other effects using this free programme. The programme is very easy to use and works with video from every 360 camera I’ve tried. The Insta360 Studio is certainly one of my mos trusted programmes when I edit my 360 video and I think you’ll make great use of it too.

Note the word "try" to upgrade to the latest version, because checking for updates didn't change anything for me. To issue such advice also sounds like an admission that the auto update is problematic. As far as I am concerned it is too unreliable for me to depend on it, so 360 Total Security Essential is now uninstalled from my computers and I am uising something else instead.
The programme allows you to create anchor points in your video that the camera will follow, so if you have a particularly interesting point in your videos that you want  your audience to see, you can create an anchor point which will force the camera to face that direction. You can also create amazing tiny planet videos and apply other effects using this free programme. The programme is very easy to use and works with video from every 360 camera I’ve tried. The Insta360 Studio is certainly one of my mos trusted programmes when I edit my 360 video and I think you’ll make great use of it too.

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360-degree video is typically recorded using either a special rig of multiple cameras, or using a dedicated camera that contains multiple camera lenses embedded into the device, and filming overlapping angles simultaneously. Through a method known as video stitching, this separate footage is merged into one spherical video piece, and the color and contrast of each shot is calibrated to be consistent with the others.[4][5] This process is done either by the camera itself, or using specialized software such as Mistika VR or Kolor AVP that can analyze common visuals and audio to synchronize and link the different camera feeds together. Generally, the only area that cannot be viewed is the view toward the camera support.[6][7]
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