Editor’s like Pinnacle Studio allow you to take your 360 video and convert it to regular standard video. With this, you have full control to take your audience through the experience you want to show them. By using your cursor you are able to set the path through your video with panning and field of view controls. With this capability it is easy to guide your audience through your video, sharing the visual journey as you want it to be seen, without the hassle of requiring multiple cameras to capture all of the angles & then edit them together. The video above, shares with you the steps required to convert your video to standard video.
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. 

Every 360 video connects to a smartphone for full functionality so the quickest way to edit your 360 content is to do so on your phone. This is particularly useful if you just want to make a few simple edits rather than anything too complicated. There are dozens of apps in every app store that lets you do this, but they don’t all work well. I use 4 in particular to edit my 360 photos/videos, add filters, combine footage and create animations; if you download just these 4 apps you should be sorted for editing your 360 content on the go.


You can also apply effects to your 360° videos and rotate and flip, trim, and crop them. After modifying them, you can convert them to another format by customizing their quality, resolution, frame rate, aspect ratio, bit rate, etc. You can also apply audio filters. It supports a good range of output video formats like MOV, MP4, FLV, ASF, WMV, MKV, VOB, MPG, etc.

To edit a 360-degree video with Magix Movie Edit Pro you first need to create a 360-degree project and then switch to the 360-degree view. The software will stitch all your spherical videos in real time, but how long the process is going to last depends on the size of each file you're stitching together. The software's video monitor displays only a portion of the entire spherical video, but you can easily change which part of the shot is visible by clicking on the video monitor and dragging the mouse cursor. Besides enabling you to stitch 360-degree videos, Magix Movie Edit Pro also lets you apply video effects, adjust colors or add overlaying images to the original video. However, the software's exporting features are somewhat limited, because you can't upload 360-degree videos directly from the software to online video sharing platforms.


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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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