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How to upload and link 360˚ videos to scenarios.
The best transcoding settings for your 360˚ video's
If you want to upload 360˚ videos to Warp Studio, you must first encode, transcode or render your video files yourself. Don't panic, we will help you on your way. First we give our recommendations. Then we explain which specs, containers and codecs Warp Studio accepts. And we conclude with our recommendations in Adobe Premiere Pro and Gopro Studio. Our recommendations: Resolution: 3840 x 1920 pixels (monoscopic) Frame rate: 30 FPS Container: .mp4 Codec: h.264 Bitr
Transcoding your 360˚ video in GoPro Fusion Studio
You have filmed with your GoPro Fusion and you want to upload your videos to Warp Studio? In this blog we will explain all the steps for the most optimal render settings and we will give you some tips and tricks to attach the videos to the scenes. To stitch the videos of the GoPro Fusion, use the free software: Fusion Studio. Click here to download the software and install on your computer. Start the progra
How to set up your GoPro Fusion
What do you need: GoPro Fusion Full Battery 2x Micro SD card (microSD, microSDHC, or microSDXC • Class 10 or UHS-II/III rating • Capacity up to 128GB) Optional: IOS or Android phone with the GoPro app Tripod If you have put the full battery and 2 Micro SD cards in the GoPro Fusion, we can start. Power up the GoPro Fusion. To Power On Press the Mode button. The camera beeps several times while the camera status lights flash. When information appears on the status scre
You can't export to .mp4? Use Handbrake!
If you cannot export your video files to .mp4 and you have no other software to do the transcoding, we recommend downloading the free open-source video transcoder Handbrake. Download it here, and install it on your computer. After installing, open the program. You will see the following: Open the the first video file or drag-and-drop it into the white rect
The best 360º video transcoding settings
In this article we tell you more about our transcoding process and how we optimize your videos for optimal playback on different devices. We differentiate between a low, medium and high quality setting aimed at different classes of devices: Low: web browsers (Studio) and low-end mobile phones Medium: current modern mobile phones or tablets High: VR headsets such as Oculus Go or Quest Our transcoder uses a Quality-based Variable Bitrate (QVBR) algorithm that dynamically
Add a 360˚ video to a scene
After uploading a 360˚ video file, you can connect it a specific scene. Go to the scene you wish to connect a video to, and click on 'Select 360˚ media' to select your video. After selecting the video, it appears in the '360˚ Media' box. From this point on there are several production tools you can use to control y
Upload 360˚ videos
A big part of the VR training course you provide to your trainees are the 360˚ videos. Each scenario consists of multiple scenes. Each scene consist of one 360˚ video clip. You can upload these clips in the 'Media' section. Uploading and transcoding Click on 'Add media' to upload a new 360˚ video file (you can select multiple videos). Click on 'Browse' to find the right files and hit 'Upload'. While uploading the file a percentage will be shown indicating the uploading progress. After up