Even if you’re a seasoned video producer, making the move to 360 production presents some complexities you’ve probably never encountered. Creating immersive VR experiences means accommodating differences in how audiences watch, interact with and react to the content. There are also unique considerations in lighting, storyboarding and scene-setting, as well as special equipment and skills required for post-production. But the reward is a captivating experience that engages audiences in a whole new way.
Getting Started with Professional 360 Video Production: From storyboarding, equipment & directing, to post-production & distribution Tuesday, May 22 at 1:00pm ETRSVP NOW > In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to identify the best-use cases for 360 video
- How to script and direct for an immersive experience
- Editing, stitching and rendering: the fine points of post‑production