Adding text, creating PIP effects, performing color correction, applying visual effects or stabilizing shaky footage are just some of the options PowerDirector offers, however, using them will require you to familiarize with the 360-degree video editing process. The current version of CyberLink PowerDirector only lets you export 360-degree videos as H.264/MP.4 files at the highest video resolution of 3840X1920 pixels and 30fps.

2.2.11.0 (11/14/2017) - WM10 : Navigation bar hides at start 2.2.0.0 (11/13/2017) - New "Cinema" mode in VR settings : watch non 360° videos like if tou are at the cinema! - Bugfix: SBS mode bad results with video rendering. 2.1.0.0 (07/17/2017) - W10 : Transparency tile - WM10 : Bugfix - crash at launch on 2.0.0.0 (07/13/2017) - Windows 10 UWP (Works with XboxOne too) but the old version for Win 8.1 (Desktop+Phone) is still updated with this package. (Note : you can use gamepads on Windows Mobile 10) - Spherical Video SBS (Side By Side) handled (top-bottom or left-right) 1.2.0.0 (07/19/2016) - Sensor performances improved - General performances improved 1.1.0.0 (07/01/2016) - New feature : You can read 360° images/photos now (local files or URI) - Some Bug fixes 1.0.0.5 Bug fix : the app crashed sometimes at launch (due to Google Analytics...) 1.0.0.3 - DEMO button on the Start Page - Increase interpupillary distance setting for large screens (or large interpupillary distance on human faces !) - Bug fix 1.0.0.2 Bug fix with touch gestures 1.0.0.1 - New Feature : 3D VR Headset supported (Oculus Rift like devices, Google Cardboard etc.) - 3D VR Headset : Customize Interpupillary distance (IPD) - 3D VR Headset : Buy recommended device via the app - Better UI experience (click once to show/hide the player controls) - Better video performances - Handle URI to play videos (in addition of local & YouTube videos)
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The first one on the list is Video Stitch Studio, which cost $295. VideoStitch Studio is one of the best video stitching software for 360 and VR video post-production. This is a European start-up that is offering solutions for virtual reality video production. They are committed to creating 360 degree video live. It takes multiple cameras for creating high-resolution panoramic video covering the 360 degree angle without any blind spot. The user-interface is very easy to understand and operate. More features are being added in the app to offer the best solution. The developers are planning to add technology that will let people produce 3600 3D videos in a real-time preview.
Interestingly enough, because 360 IS is built with the Bitdefender SDK, our benchmark scores proved to be relatively similar to when we reviewed Bitdefender: iTunes track encoding took exactly 123 seconds. 360 IS completed the heavy processing load in 349 seconds in our media multitasking benchmark, only five seconds more than Bitdefender AV Free 2013.
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 process of stitching 360-degree videos together can take hours because video files produced by omnidirectional cameras can be enormously large. StereoStich is designed to reduce the amount of time necessary to combine the spherical videos through the real-time stitching process. The software is GPU mobile compatible and it can be embedded inside the camera, which decreases the amount of time you have to spend in the editing room.
While all of these 360 video player software provide basic playback features to watch 360 degree videos, some of them provide advance functionalities too. These features include video tuning and applying filters, changing playback speed, zooming videos, changing view mode, rotating or flipping videos, adding subtitles to videos, changing aspect ratio, and many more. One of these software also lets you convert 360 degree video to other video formats after modifying it. Most of these free 360 video player software support HD video quality.

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Theta + is a 360 video editing app from Ricoh, the makers of the very popular Ricoh Theta S. You can use this app to edit your 360 videos, add music, trim the start of end of the video and add some basic effects. It’s really simple to use and exports your edited video in a format that is compatible with uploading to Facebook and YouTube. You can also use this app to turn your 360 videos into tiny planet videos. You can use this app with video form any 360 camera, not just Richo’s own brands.
The Immersive Video option that is now available on the latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro CC makes stitching 360-degree videos together or post-processing them a routine job. The software offers support for all equirectangular file formats, which means that you can import your 360-degree videos into the Adobe Premiere Pro the same way you'd import any other type of media file. However, you have to enable the VR Video option to preview the 360-degree footage in the software's Preview Window. 
Google Cardboard, which is typically distributed in the form of do-it-yourself kits consisting of low-cost materials and components,[19] has been credited with helping virtual reality become more readily available to the general public, and helping boost the adoption of 360-degree video by publishers, such as mainstream journalists and media brands.[20]
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