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|Amsterdam07 private msg quote post Address this user|
I was asked to create a 360 Degree "Live" Photo tour of a cycling event of a few minutes as to be the same as this example: https://www.facebook.com/caterpillarinc/videos/10153379301760764/
Can this be done with Cupix ( If not which software would suit best ) and any tips how to create and publish to Facebook?
Bit of a newbie so any advice welcome.
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|You can do this pretty easily with a Panono 360° camera (or any 360 video camera, but the Panono has the best quality I've seen for under $2,000). Then you can just upload the video to Facebook.|
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At the high-end Pros-Consumer 360º video camera is the Insta360 Pro 2 (Pre-Order for $4,999) or Insta360 Pro ($3,500). The advantages of this 360º video camera (livestream, 360º photos, 360º video) are:
✓ quality of video
✓ long livestream
If you just need a few minutes of 360º livestream video, you might look at the Insta360 One ($289). Livesteaming to Facebook is super-easy: just connect your Facebook account and then go live. (The camera will shutdown to avoid overheating; so, if you need to livestream more than 30 minutes at a time, you likely will need a high-end 360º 1-click camera that is designed for extended use.
Here are more 360º cameras.
I was among the first that had a Panono (15 June 2016) via Indiegogo. I sold it on eBay because I was not happy with the stitching errors and workflow. At that time, Panono did not do livestreaming.
Perhaps when the company existed bankruptcy, they upgraded the camera for livestreaming?
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