360 cameras give you a lot of freedom in content creation. Reframing 360 footage in post gives you the freedom of directing the shot long after filming.
Get More Our of Your 360 Shots: How to Reframe 360 Footage
360 cameras give you a lot of freedom in content creation. They're light, they're compact, and packed with innovative features. It's no wonder 360 cameras are all the rage these days, with a market that's estimated to only keep expanding over the coming years.
But the best part about them is that they allow you to completely change the story you tell with your footage.
How exactly can you do that?
By reframing your shots in post-production.
Reframing in post gives you the freedom of directing the shot long after you've filmed your footage. You can decide on what parts of the shot are essential in order to convey your message successfully, simulate panning camera movement, change the angle of the shot, and set speed ramps to give more impact to certain parts of the shot.
But how do you do all this?
Fret not, we've got it all laid out and ready in this week's neat little tutorial.
Check it out!