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How did they do this?
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TrustedPhotoDC private msg quote post Address this user
You mean like creating 360 video from equirectangular projection like this?



or this?



Premiere Pro with Mettle Plug-Ins(now owned by Adobe)
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GeorgeK private msg quote post Address this user
I bet this was fixed station Go Pro then edited in Premiere Pro...
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Property3dNZ private msg quote post Address this user
Are you sure its not a render? The movement is waaay too smooth for 360 video and you cant see the rig etc...
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khaled private msg quote post Address this user
This is most definitely a render, I can see non-moving sky through the window.
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DannyBasting private msg quote post Address this user
That's a CG animation alright.. It would have been possible to do it with a moving sky as well, but thats not the point.

To answer the "how did they do it" question:

Most modern rendering engines now support panoramic (digital) camera's. You'll just put a camera in the 3D scene, set it to a spherical lens, use a FOV value of 360 and output it to a 2:1 aspect ratio.

You can animate the camera's position like they did in the video and you got yourself a similar 360 animation.
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leeverdon private msg quote post Address this user
Thank you all for clarifying. It's a very cool feature.
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