YouTube soon supports 360-degree videos in coming weeks.
According to reports Gizmodo, “Look out, YouTube fans. Soon, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in videos that go all the way around. Google has just confirmed to Gizmodo that it will be adding native support for 360-degree videos to its streaming video service,”
“Ever wanted to get 360 perspectives on a video to see everything going on? That’s why we’re working to support 360-degree videos in the coming weeks,” a YouTube spokesperson said to a publication
The release date is not yet announced but the feature will come “in the coming weeks”, according to a statement from a Google spokesperson informed to Gizmodo.
The YouTube users must upload a video which support 360-degree by capturing with cameras like the Ricoh Theta, Kodak SP360, Giroptic 360cam, VSN V.360, Bublcam and more
However, it’s unclear whether the videos will be viewable for anyone using a computer, or if they will require a virtual reality headset to look around the scene.
Check out the given video below to have more information about the 360-Degree videos
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