Edit 360° VR mobile video with LumaFusion app

Shoot, edit and share 360 videos with the LumaFusion app for iOS.

Take this Course for $29

It is now possible to edit 360° VR videos on your iOS device and this course walks through every step.

No laptop required!

Filming and editing 360° VR videos is now easier than ever before. If you have a Ricoh Theta or similar 360 cam, you can edit and share professional looking 360 VR videos on YouTube and Facebook.

The apps can be confusing and complicated to use, so I show you the time-saving workflow and methods pros use to edit 360 VR videos.


Intended Audience: students, photographers, videographers, travelers, filmmakers, teachers, reporters, storytellers

Course Curriculum

Introduction and 360° video examples
5 tips for making great 360° images
Spherical and ER formats
Shooting with a 360° camera
Filming with the Theta app
360* cameras for smartphones
Transfer videos
Make an album
Settings for a 360° video project
Starting a video project
Add clips to timeline
Trim and arrange clips
Add cutaway tracks
Audio: Fade in and fade out
Adding royalty free music
Add text overlays
Export movie settings and sharing to social media
Output settings
First look: Røde VideoMic Soundfield
Which 360° VR video camera should you use to produce live videos?
Introduction
The photo edit
Build the project
Global settings
Making transitions
Royalty free music
Add logos and titles
Build a mult-layer text overlay
Animate text overlays
author

Robb Montgomery

Instructor

Robb Montgomery is a video and innovation expert based in Berlin, Germany and the author of "A Field Guide for Mobile Journalism.”

These e-learning courses are used by reporters at CNN, The New York Times, Reuters, BBC, RTÉ Ireland TV, and many public broadcasters like VRT in Belgium and Mediacorp in Singapore. 

The Mobile Journalism Course is a required subject for every student at the EFJ journalism school in France.

As a university professor, Montgomery produces diploma courses on mobile journalism at FH Vienna Journalism School, EFJ Journalism School (Paris) and the Danish School of Journalism.

The lessons taught in Smart Film School courses flow from the workshops that Montgomery runs for broadcast professionals. 

He works with journalist teams at public broadcasters like Radio TV Belgium and Channel News Asia as well as with commercial broadcasters like MTV in Helsinki and CNN in Atlanta.

In these video tutorials, Montgomery takes you out on assignment with him to film in exotic locations in Egypt, Hong Kong, Patagonia, Austria, Slovakia, Germany, Singapore, Doha, Ireland, Scotland, and India.

Montgomery previously served as an editorial art director for the Chicago Tribune, Page One editor for the Chicago-Sun-Times, and has redesigned several major newspapers including the Chicago Sun Times and the San Francisco Examiner.

His work with the investigative journalism team at the Sun-Times won him recognition at the Peter Lisagor awards and he has been awarded top honors in Society of News Design competitions since 1992.

Montgomery was elected as a "Storyteller in Residence" for the Ashoka Foundation in 2015.