YouTube Launching Support For 360 Degree Videos Allowing Virtual Reality Moves Easily Accessible

Ahmed Bilal
Posted 2 years ago

YouTube is in process of launching a support system for 360-degree videos. These videos will allow you to turn your virtual head that will let you look behind and besides you. A complete new experience that we all are in for, in order to try it as soon as it is going to be revealed.


Now we will watch videos with a whole new perspective. @Mark Ronson – Uptown Funk ft. Bruno Mars

YouTube makes your life way more easier than  before

The 360-degree supported videos are on privacy mode for a certain period of time by the Google. Ad Age gas been reporting all encompassing clips on the move. The time being privacy mode will be rolled out publicly in a matter of next few days as anticipated by the reporters till date.

Its expected to be in a casual use of advertisers and usual brands and they will be the first group to make use of this tool apparently. Viewers who will be watching music videos will be able to see side by side and also be looking up and down.


“To make it easy for you to create and upload 360-degree videos to YouTube, we’ve been working with companies across the industry. Bublcam, Giroptic’s 360cam, IC Real Tech’s Allie, Kodak’s SP360 and RICOH THETA are 360-degree video cameras compatible with YouTube that are available today or are coming soon. You can find more technical information on the video format, along with a script you need to run on the video file to insert the correct metadata. We’re working to make this automatic, but in the meantime, this script will make sure your video uploads to YouTube as a 360-degree video”.

Creating and establishing a 360-degree video is one of the major constraints the tech society is currently facing and in order to get it done in a way most suitable to all; YouTube states  that investing in a camera that has an in built capacity to capture a footage from all angles. Currently, Google is on a planning stage of holding some real-time workshops at Los Angeles expecting to provide a demo of some finest tech related contents and also to let content creators know some of the magic arts in the field of 360-degree film making.

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While using this new feature, what you need to do when you are up for it through a desktop browser is to drag the mouse around in order to turn your head and while you are going for it through your mobile devices, you can real time turn your smartphone to change the view. This makes your life way more easier than ever before.



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