Google VR180 to make shooting virtual film easy

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Virtual reality has been predicted to take organizations across the world by storm in the not-so-distant future.

VR180 Creator now offers two features for VR videos. With the help of VR180 Creator, Google claims that users will be able to capture wide-angle and 4K resolution 3D immersive photos and videos through affordable cameras and then view them in either 2D or 3D.

And to make it even easier for you to create and edit high-quality VR videos.

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The gadget is meant to work with film from cameras that use Google's VR180 design. The program is designed for cameras that use the same name, the video format that was created to be able to watch video normal perspective or 2D.

"Convert for Publishing" is the feature introduced to edit the footage captured from affordable VR 180 cameras and convert the recorded high-quality video footage into a standard format using software like Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro and finally allows you to share or publish. "Convert for Publishing" takes raw fisheye footage from VR180 cameras like the Lenovo Mirage Camera which sells for $299 and is presently sold out, and converts it into a standardized projection. Prepare for publishing re-adds the VR180 metadata after editing it and making it viewable on YouTube or Google Photos in 2D or VR.

The apps are available to download from the new Google VR180 apps page here, and we hopefully don't have too long to wait for the actual VR180 cameras to start arriving here in Australia.