I have multiple 360-degree clips recorded with Ricoh Theta S.
When recording I didn't think too much about orientation - where is back, where is front - it is 360-degree after all.
When editing and merging clips I realized that sometimes I'm located in in the front, in the back, on the side - it is very confusing experience.
I need to "normalize" multiple clips - so that I'm in the middle.
A proposed workflow (Premiere Pro):
- drag the clip to the timeline twice
- align them side by side so that I'm in the middle
It feels achievable, I'm just wondering if there is a better, recommended, default, sure-fire way?
EDIT: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/VRSupport.html - I'm not sure if my version of Premiere Pro supports these workflows.
PS: This is a super-comprehensive link: http://jonnyelwyn.co.uk/film-and-video-editing/editing-360-and-vr-video/ (very advanced, I just need basic stuff)