Traditional 360 Video

vs.

Re-framed or Overcaptured 360 Video


Below are two examples 360 video. The first is “traditional” 360 video which allows the viewer to look where ever they want. The second (on the right) is comprised completely of 360 footage, but it has been “re-framed” or “overcaptured”. This allows the director/editor to choose the view.

“Traditional” 360 video edit

360 Overcapture or Re-framed