I noticed a little glitch with the iOS software. I have to interrupt myself at this point!
I was saying that you can only render full resolution video using the Android App,
but fortunately they changed and now you can use the iOS app (Mi Sphere) or a PC desktop software (Mi Sphere). So while you can enjoy this video in full resolution, rendered with
PC software, I want to point out the updates. Xiaomi released a PC desktop
software (Mi Sphere) beginning of August and the Mac software is planned for the end of the month.
The latest iOS update 1.8.0 allows full resolution render of Xiaomi 360 with iPhone 6s or later. If you want to catch up with latest updates, I recommend
visiting my blog which is constantly updated. when there are changes to App and
software. You can find the link in the video description below.
I also want to talk about another topic gyro stabilisation. I didn’t activate Gyro stabilization for the video you are currently watching.
I’ll switch to the same clip where I rendered with gyro switched on to point
out the difference. Currently in the direction you are viewing follows the movement of the camera hence the movement of the car.
Same as being a passenger looking straight forward the view changes when the car is turning. With gyro stabilization switched on not only the horizontal axis is
stabilized but also the vertical axis, which means when I activate it you will
always look in the same direction even when the car is turning.
So in this situation I think image stabilization doesn’t make sense to use it.
Now I switch to the clip where gyro stabilisation is activated.
As you can see when going through a corner the direction you are viewing stays the same and the car seems to turn around the camera. So in this situation it doesn’t make
sense to use stabilization of Xiaomi 360. When being a passenger you would
experience the motion of the car turning and you would automatically look into a
new direction; So when watching this clip with goggles
it seems pretty confusing where you’re looking and where you’re going
In this situation it would be better to just stabilize the horizontal axis,
to avoid a shaky video. I hope that with a future update there will be an option to control gyro stabilization to limit it just to the horizontal axis to get a
smooth video but without locking the direction you’re viewing.
If there are any changes I’ll do an update on this! So stay tuned I’d be happy if you
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The link is in the video description! I hope you like this video
let me know in the comments below Thanks for watching bye bye!