Free license: you are granted a limited non-exclusive license to use copies of the Software on any number of your personal, your clients' or your company computers. You are allowed to host the media that you created with the help of the Software on any number of websites or distribute the media elsewhere without limitation. You must maintain all copyright notices and hyperlinks on all copies of the media.

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.


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.
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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)
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.
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.
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. 
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.
If your camera exports a spherical fisheye or dual fisheye footage, some editing softwares require you to convert your footage into equirectangular format before you can edit them. Others, like Pinnacle Studio will work with these and convert them into equirectangular format for editing. If you have a device that captures your footage by stitching multiple cameras together (ex. a device that holds 6 GoPros to capture all 360 degrees), you will still be required to use stitching software to create a 360 file, video editing and stitching software are two very different things.
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.
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360-degree videos are typically viewed via personal computers, mobile devices such as smartphones, or dedicated head-mounted displays. Users can pan around the video by clicking and dragging. On smartphones, internal sensors such as the gyroscope can also be used to pan the video based on the orientation of the device. Taking advantage of this behavior, stereoscope-style enclosures for smartphones (such as Google Cardboard viewers and the Samsung Gear VR) can be used to view 360-degree videos in an immersive format similar to virtual reality. The phone display is viewed through lenses contained within the enclosure, as opposed to virtual reality headsets that contain their own dedicated displays.[13][14][15]

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