360 Internet Security does come with a couple of competitive features for not just local and Web-based protection, but also a couple of privacy protection measures like anti-keylogging and unauthorized Webcam hijacking, which isn't common among other security suites. There are some recognizable attributes that allude to some Bitdefender throwback in 360's features, like real-time file protection; and I wouldn't be surprised if some of the real-time scans from the cloud are borrowed from Bitdefender's definitions.
GoPro VR Player is another free 360 video viewer for Windows. It provides basic playback functionalities of a video player to watch a 360 degree video. It supports HD videos up to 8K resolution and 60 FPS. It also supports Oculus Rift VR and HTC Vive VR headset to let you watch virtual reality videos. Along with 360 degree videos, it lets you view panoramic images too.
The only drawbacks are that so far it seems my exports are limited to 2.7K.   I don’t know if that’s because my video clips are not from the Virb 360 or because of my PC hardware.  I did order the Virb 360, which I hope to receive soon to see if I will be able to get 4K.  You can download Virb Edit here (for Windows or Mac).UPDATE:  This is bizarre, but I’ve found that if the footage I use is from Xiaomi or 2016 Gear 360, I can export at 4K 30 fps.  If it’s from the 2017 Gear 360 (4096 x 2048), it’s limited to 2.7K.   But if I mix footage from Xiaomi and 2017 Gear 360, I can export at 4k.  On the other hand, if I add clips from the Nano or Air, the maximum I can export is 2.7K.
During the editing process, you can trim or clip videos, add titles or graphics and edit the 360-degree video clips as footage captured with a 4K or Full HD cameras. In addition, the software lets you convert 360-degree videos into standard videos that can be played on TVs or video players. Once the video editing process is complete you can export your 360-degree videos to Facebook, Vimeo or YouTube platforms directly from the Pinnacle Studio Ultimate or you can save them to your computer and watch them on a VR headset or on a 360-degree video player. 
Spherical Panorama 360 Still Photo Publisher for 360-mirror lens panoramic equipment. This is a newly created 360 Still Photo Publisher which enables you to view your 360 photo straight from the camera. Spherical Panorama 360 Still Photo Publisher important features are: - Intergrated ... Easy to use pull down menus; - Powerful 360 still photo converter; - Brightness, contrast, and noise ...
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Sorry if this has been asked before. I've searched the subreddit but can't find any information on this. I've got a 360fly I picked up used. I can see the video on my phone using cardboard and it works great. It also plays well in the Director Windows application. When I want to view it in another app in Cardboard, however, it looks all screwy. Either fisheyed or the axis is distorted so that the horizon curves in odd ways. I can convert it to equirectangular, but then the resolution drops considerably. Since the 360fly app works great in cardboard, I'm assuming that they are using some proprietary variant of MP4. Is that correct, or is there something I'm missing? Is there a FAQ or some other document that would point me the way to viewing the high resolution 360fly videos in an app other than the 360fly? My ultimate goal at this point is to view my movies on my Oculus Quest.

Support for responsive websites comes standard and works seamlessly with your layouts to provide fluent user experience at any resolution. Additional features are available to help reducing mobile bandwidth and boosting 360 product image loading via CDN or external image server. Plus, our built-in Google Analytics integration, featuring eleven event types provides network performance metrics and a complete picture of user engagament with your 3D product views via Google Analytics dashboard.
360-degree video is typically formatted in an equirectangular projection[8] and is either monoscopic, with one image directed to both eyes, or stereoscopic, viewed as two distinct images directed individually to each eye for a 3D effect.[6] Due to this projection and stitching, equirectangular video exhibits a lower quality in the middle of the image than at the top and bottom.[8] Spherical videos are frequently in curvilinear perspective with a fisheye effect. The heavy barrel distortion often requires rectilinear correction before applications in detection, tracking or navigation.[9]
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