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Active HDR mode (only for X3 and RS using 4K Boost Lens) is an epic new HDR mode for shooting stabilized action videos in incredible detail. We strongly suggest you try it out with X3 for seriously next-level image quality.
Crucial to shooting 360 video is correct mounting. To get a perfect Invisible Selfie Stick shot, the two camera lenses must be parallel with the selfie stick (see below). Check out our previous post for more pointers on using the Invisible Selfie Stick.
Always remember since 360 cameras are usually designed with two (or more) lenses, there is a stitch line where the footage from the lenses meet on the side. Insta360 cameras process the stitch line in real time using our proprietary 360 video stitching algorithm. But there are some things you can do when shooting 360 video to make the stitch line less obvious in your footage:
Another thing to keep in mind with all 360 cameras is that stitching will be less accurate underwater due to light refraction. Images underwater are magnified and distorted, which makes 360 video stitching more difficult than on land.
The next stage of editing, if required, is to use Adobe Premiere. This is a great option for editing both 360 and flat video. In particular we recommend it for reframing, offsetting, motion blur and curving keyframes.
Remember when editing 360 videos in Insta360 Studio, three files are saved for every 5.7K 360 video. The first two are named VID_year/month/ day_time_00 OR 10_video number (e.g. VID_20200101_123000_00_001 and VID_20200101_123000_10_001). These two files are the main footage, with one file for each lens. The third file is an LRV file, which is a low-resolution video, mainly used for previewing and AI-powered analysis. When using Insta360 Studio, you only need to input the VID files and can ignore the LRV file.
For posting to social media, export settings vary depending on the platform and other factors. However, here is a rough guide that we use when posting reframed (flat) videos to Instagram, YouTube, TikTok and Facebook:
Nordschleife runs are not without sometimes prominent critics. The British motoring programme Top Gear used the Nordschleife for their challenges, often involving Sabine Schmitz. Top Gear's James May, however, was very critical of the influence of Nordschleife lap timing, saying that it "corrupts performance when it is used by car makers to develop new models. Testing prototype cars on a circuit is nothing new, obviously: it's probably been going on since someone drove a horseless carriage onto a disused donkey derby track. But the 'Ring, through being communal and open to all, encourages a pointless scrabble for comparative lap times that isn't helping you or me." According to Popular Science, "beating the 'ring, and making a YouTube video to prove it, is about the best marketing move a sports car company can make, even one that plans to roll only a double-digits'-worth of cars out of its production facility."
For new entries, this list requires an official manufacturer's press release for manufacturer-conducted tests. If the test has been conducted by an independent publication, an article in that publication is required. New entries require an original, uncut on-board video, showing the lap and the timing from start to finish. A statement that road legal OEM tyres have been used is required.
H.264, also known as Advanced Video Coding (AVC) or MPEG-4 Part 10 is the most widely used video compression standard in the industry right now. It was first released in 2004 as a much more advanced version of its predecessors.
H.264 has the power to lower video bitrates by a much larger margin without compromising the quality of the video nearly as much as previous codecs. This high-efficiency video encoding is precisely what made H.264 become the most widely used codec of all time.
H.264 utilizes block-oriented coding. In other words, it breaks down each video frame into so-called macroblocks (up to 1616 pixels). It the