In our third installment on 360 VR and FCP X, Mark shows you how you can composite elements into a 4K stereoscopic 360 VR video stream.
If you enjoyed this tutorial, check out these other tutorials by Mark and Steve dealing with production techniques.
Thank you! This series is really helpful. I’m experimenting with the the Ricoh Theta S. Please do more.
Good job on this VR investigation. I have watched all three installments and found them immensely informing. B&H is selling a variety of VR cams some of which have not arrived yet. In your installments thus far you have featured a camera at the current top end and a cheap one for intro learning purposes. Do you have any “hands on” with any of the systems that might be in the $1-2,000 range that are 4K?
I have a cool movie idea perfect for VR but don’t want to throw money at a lo-fi camera and cannot afford to put $60K into it…
Brian, thanks for the comment. My only experience so far is with the Ricoh Theta S. I’d love to know what you decide!