Chapter 1.5: The importance and meaning of “Stitching” | 360/VR Master Series

Chapter 1.5: The importance and meaning of “Stitching” | 360/VR Master Series

Chapter 1.5: In order to capture 360 video, multiple cameras are involved. These cameras then need to be synched and stitched before editing. In this video, we’ll go through GoPro’s Kolor software and stitch together some footage from the Go Pro Omni. Hosted by Nick Harauz.

Part of the “Master Series: Cinematic 360/VR Production with SkyBox Suite”.
Download free 360 assets here to follow along.

SkyBox Suite is a comprehensive set of 360/VR production tools for Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro. They bring 360 production capabilities into those software hosts. The Master Series covers all parts of the post-production pipeline, with downloadable assets to follow along with host Nick Harauz.

Chapter 1.5: The importance and meaning of “Stitching”

Nick Harauz is an Adobe Certified Trainer in Premiere Pro and After Effects. He has an uncanny ability to engage his students and create a level of relatedness that keeps them coming back for more. Since 2002, Nick has worked with domestic and international brands offering video production and motion graphic services. He has worked with clients such as Proctor and Gamble and Virgin Mobile.

You can find some of his online training for Adobe on the Creative Cloud Learn website and You can keep up with Nick on Twitter or at

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