Here’s how you can stitch together / concatenate 360 videos from the YI 360 VR Camera and apply an audio limiter effect, all just using the free open source FFMPEG tool. No Adobe Premiere is required!
Geoff from geoffmobile.com shares a tutorial on how to process video and audio from the YI 360 VR Camera using only free software tools, and then how to add 360 Video Metadata injector and then upload the video to Youtube.
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For more info on the excellent YI 360 VR Camera, check it out at www.yitechnology.com/yi-360-vr-camera
I bought mine at the Microsoft Store in Pacific Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Here’s the link to the completed 360 Vlog that I showed editing in this video:
FFMPEG Limiter / Concat command
ffmpeg -f concat -safe 0 -i mylist.txt -c:v copy -filter_complex alimiter=limit=0.25 output.mp4
An audio limiter, such as the one shown in this video, is a great way to increase the volume of an audio track without diminishing the quality.
This video was recorded using a Samsung Galaxy S8 Smart Phone using the front-facing camera, and the screen capture was done using Snagit. My voice was recorded using a Zoom H1. Audio was synced using Pluraleyes. Edited using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5. Audio processed using W1 Limiter.
The background music in this video was an improvised synthesizer jam that I did on my Roland Gaia SH-01 synthesizer.
Thanks for watching! Cheers, Geoff
Here is the link to my other 360 Video Editing tutorial video:
How to Edit 360 video in Adobe Premiere and upload to Youtube
360 videos are 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!
About 360 videos on Youtube:
More 360 videos from Youtube #360Video