Today, Insta360 has released an update for the Insta360 One, including improved stabilization features and new editing tools.
The updated stabilization, dubbed FlowState by Insta360, aims to make footage as smooth or smoother than that of a smartphone mounted on a gimbal. Here’s a comparison video from Insta360:
The new editing tools include three choices for re-framing overcapture footage. Users will be able to use the Pivot Points tool to set points of interest in a video and the app will automatically transition from one to the other smoothly, in addition to the existing manual and SmartTrack features.
Insta360 has also made improvements to its SmartTrack tool, which can be seen in the butterfly portion of the promotional video at the top of this post.
The final improvement for this update is the addition of hyperlapse features, or timelapses where the camera moves from place to place.
The new features are part of the latest version of the Insta360 ONE app, available here.