Walking in Vancouver with Gear 360, Guru 360 Stabilizer, and Zoom H2n for ambisonic sound

This is a 360 Video! Use headphones for Ambisonic 360 sound. Move your phone/tablet to explore or drag the screen on a web browser :)
This was shot on a Samsung Gear 360, check them out at www.samsung.com/global/galaxy/gear-360/

Geoff from geoffmobile.com walks around Douglas Park in Vancouver BC Canada with his 360 camera and Guru 360 Stabilizer (MOZA Mini-C).

Geoff filmed this 360 video with his Samsung Gear 360 video camera in Vancouver, BC, Canada, on top of the Guru 360 Stabilizer which is a gimbal and active stabilizer made specifically for 360 cameras.

The sound is captured in Ambisonic surround using Zoom H2n and Ambisonics is best experienced with headphones. When you rotate the video, the sound mix will change to your orientation.

Map to the location where this video was filmed:

For a photo of the camera gear and stabilizer setup used for this video, please see the following photo:

The small VR Shock Mount for the Zoom H2n was purchased from:

Filmed with Samsung Gear 360 camera in 4K resolution. I put the Gear 360 camera and Zoom H2n on the Guru 360 and Small VR Shock Mount and filmed the walking video.
Thanks for watching! Cheers, Geoff

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Curious how I made this video? Look no further. I have explained how to do it in some easy tutorial videos. Here are the links to my 360 Video Editing tutorial videos:

How to edit Ambisonic 360 Spatial Audio sound in Adobe Premiere for Zoom H2n workflow tutorial

How to Edit Samsung Gear 360 video in Adobe Premiere and upload to Youtube

How to fix The File has No Audio or Video Streams error in Premiere with Gear 360 Actiondirector

Best viewed using headphones, and the Zeiss VR One Plus zeissvrone.tumblr.com/ or the Samsung Gear VR
Also compatible with Google Cardboard

Thanks for watching!

Technical notes:
This 4k resolution video was captured using Samsung Gear 360 camera and processed in Gear 360 ActionDirector 2.0 using the “Automatic Angle Compensation” setting enabled.

Filmed with the Samsung Gear 360

Audio recorded using Zoom H2n in Spatial Audio Ambisonic mode

Looks good viewed with Zeiss VR One Plus:

Also viewable in Virtual Reality with Google Cardboard

About 360 videos on Youtube:

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1 thought on “Walking in Vancouver with Gear 360, Guru 360 Stabilizer, and Zoom H2n for ambisonic sound

  1. David

    Hi Geoff, I was wondering if you could help. I used reaper and ATK plugins to setup my ambisonic mix for Premier.

    I’m a little confused in premier with its native ambisonic plugins. You link the the binauralizer to the master track which effects all the tracks when you export to YouTube. But what of I want some of the tracks to be perfect stereo and others to be ambisonic. I can’t seem to do that as all available tracks in the sequence are setup with 4 channels. Do you know a way? I used the new premier version with vr sequence presets.

    I would be thought that setting audio preferences to ‘adaptive’ would mean each track adapts to the type- stereo of ambX. But when I switch the binauralizer plugin I’m in the master track on and off if seems to
    Be effects all tracks anyway. Hope you can help me. Very difficult to find this info out on the web at the moment. Kind Regards…..

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