With 360 video you do not have to worry about not capturing the right angle - because it captures almost every angle. You do have to remember that everything around your camera will be in the video, the detail of every room, the camera operator, any equipment or cords. If you are holding it by hand - be prepared that your face will always be in the footage.
PC owners in need of a video editing software that is both affordable and rich with 360-degree video editing features should try using CyberLink PowerDirector. Besides providing the 360-degree preview the software also lets you add visual and text effects to your immersive videos, once you stitch them together. Cutting or trimming equirectangular footage in CyberLink PowerDirector is a quick process that is not different from cutting or trimming any other type of video.
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.
Video 360 is the first mediaplayer 360° on Windows Store. The 3D Virtual Reality Headsets are supported (such as Oculus Rift, Google Cardboard etc.) Try this amazing experience to control the camera angle : a total immersion. Use this media player with Tubecast to enjoy Youtube videos 360 degrees (4K supported). It also reads local or remote photos and videos with Side By Side (SBS) Spherical support (change the rendering mode in VR Settings) and also Cinema mode (regular or SBS). Move the camera angle with : - Device sensors (Gyrometer, Accelerometer etc.) - Your fingers - Keyboard - Mouse - XBOX Gamepad Also available on Windows Phone Store as Universal app.
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.

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