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Martinracing98

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Is anyone doing data overlay on 360 video? Is it possible while keeping the 360 feature



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You might be able to do it with something like Adobe Premier, but it's gonna be a little weird to pull off. I personally wouldn't bother doing it for a utilitarian video (for learning for example). If you are trying to make a cool video for YouTube or something it might be neat.

 

I'll be getting a SmartyCam once I have some spare cash because I just want to see the data, not waste hours and hours editing giant 4k 360 video files.


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You might be able to do it with something like Adobe Premier, but it's gonna be a little weird to pull off. I personally wouldn't bother doing it for a utilitarian video (for learning for example). If you are trying to make a cool video for YouTube or something it might be neat.

 

I'll be getting a SmartyCam once I have some spare cash because I just want to see the data, not waste hours and hours editing giant 4k 360 video files.

 

For me videos are for two reasons. Reviewing the video and learning is one. The other is for friends and family. For both the overlay is nice. I also would like to get smarty cam. If would learning a lot nicer. For now I mostly just use the raw data for at track analysis and the video for leasons learned after the weekend.






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