If you’ve been watching social media today, you’ve likely noticed that GoPro has begun shipping its Fusion 360 cameras to pre-orderers. Alongside shipping the camera, GoPro’s VR plugins for Adobe Premiere are also now freely available on the company’s website.
GoPro will also be releasing a handful of VR-specific plugins for Premiere and After Effects, including horizon correction and its layers tool for inserting text, logos and videos within a 360 video without distortion. Both of those tools are also part of Adobe’s latest updates for Premiere, so the coolest feature these plugins provide is reframe, which allows you to overcapture shots from any 360 video, like you can with the Fusion, Insta360 ONE and Garmin Virb.
Here’s an example of what that could look like:
GoPro owns Kolor, the company behind the stitching and post processing tools most of the industry has been using for the past few years, so we can only assume that the plugins will
The GoPro Fusion is the company’s first all-in-one 360 camera and can capture 5.2K video at 30fps and 3K video at 60fps.
You can read all about the Fusion’s specs here.