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acg [Avatar]
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Hello,

I have imported two 360 vr videos. Rendered them together (PD 16 360 rendering). Rendered as .MP4 file. When I play this file I can move around in the 360/vr field with mouse.

Now I would like to burn that rendering to a dvd.

When I try to burn that rendering to a dvd, I get the video, but when I play the dvd I cannot move around in the 360/vr field with the mouse.

I am on a slow learning curve.

Any ideas?

Alan
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Hatti [Avatar]
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Yes. I have an idea. It it not possible.
A DVD is specified for certain kind of video formats (720x576@25 in PAL, 720x480@24 in NTSC). 360vr is not in the valid format list. So you lost your 360vr information while making a DVD.
Your video has to stay as mp4 with an aspect ratio of 2:1. With some players (not all) and mobile phones, is it possible to move around in the 360vr world.

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Quote Yes. I have an idea. It it not possible.
A DVD is specified for certain kind of video formats (720x576@25 in PAL, 720x480@24 in NTSC). 360vr is not in the valid format list. So you lost your 360vr information while making a DVD.
Your video has to stay as mp4 with an aspect ratio of 2:1. With some players (not all) and mobile phones, is it possible to move around in the 360vr world.

Hatti


Thanks,
I have been working on th is 360/vr for some time now. What I have found is right after you render it in the 360/vr format you can play that file in powerdvd17. And, you can move around in the video.

Now I have found if you burn that file as a data file to a dvd, it will do the same as playing it directly from the computer. You can move around in the video.
It won't be handled as a video movie.

Need to do more research.

Thanks again,
ALan
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Hatti [Avatar]
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Yes, that is as expected. If you have a data file, it is unimportant on what kind of data media the file is, a hdd, an external hdd, an usb-stick or a DVD. But, if you burn it as a video DVD than you may have a look at the googling machine of your choice, what a video DVD is, there you can find the specification of a video DVD. Normally, DVD players do not play a 360vr data file on a data DVD.

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Quote Yes, that is as expected. If you have a data file, it is unimportant on what kind of data media the file is, a hdd, an external hdd, an usb-stick or a DVD. But, if you burn it as a video DVD than you may have a look at the googling machine of your choice, what a video DVD is, there you can find the specification of a video DVD. Normally, DVD players do not play a 360vr data file on a data DVD.

Hatti


Don't thonk they make any external 360/vr DVD players. Right now don't know of anyway to burn the 360/vr as a movie.

Are we having fun yet?

Alan
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