Today, V360 launched an iOS version of its 360 video editing app. Its Android version, which launched in March and was among the first apps to maintain 360 metadata after editing, also received an upgrade.
The iOS app allows users to combine, trim and reorder 360 clips, add music and mix with the videos’ audio, and export in up to 4K resolutions–with a chief benefit being the ability to cut out transferring self-stitched 360 files to a computer and/or reinjecting 360 metadata.
The Android version has added the ability to choose the starting view of each 360 video clip, new Facebook sharing features (share to Groups, Pages, define audience and more), and the ability to add titles between clips. Those features will also come to the iOS app within the month.
“We have more advanced features in our road map,” said CEO Aymeric Vigneras, “but our goal is to keep V360 easy to use for everyone.” And, with the advent of higher resolution consumer cameras, including the 5.7K Yi 360 camera and Garmin Virb and the 5.2K GoPro Fusion, Vigneras said the apps will increase their maximum export resolution in the future, as well.
Luma Fusion was the first iOS app to offer 360 video editing, along with the robust fixed frame video editing features it’s known for, when it updated its app in May of this year.
Download the iOS and Android versions to test out the app today, or visit V360’s website for more information.