360 photo sphere to video?

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I frequently create 360 photo spheres as JPGs.  I've been asked to create a video from those 360 photos, in which the video pans through the photo left-to-right as though the viewer is rotating 360 degrees.

I found this online tool that does what I need but it's slow and often times out.  I want to accomplish the same thing in Premiere Pro.

 

Can anyone suggest how to do this?  It looks like I'd be 

I'm mostly a Premiere Pro newbie so any guidance would be helpful.  Thank you.

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360 photo sphere to video?

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I frequently create 360 photo spheres as JPGs.  I've been asked to create a video from those 360 photos, in which the video pans through the photo left-to-right as though the viewer is rotating 360 degrees.

I found this online tool that does what I need but it's slow and often times out.  I want to accomplish the same thing in Premiere Pro.

 

Can anyone suggest how to do this?  It looks like I'd be 

I'm mostly a Premiere Pro newbie so any guidance would be helpful.  Thank you.

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I've been trying to upload an example photo sphere but the forum keeps hanging or giving "server busy" errors.  I'll try again later.

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Anyone?  p1-s.jpgHere's an example photo sphere.

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In Premiere Pro, no.

 

Have you tried the Photomerge feature in Photoshop?

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Thanks for the reply, but it looks like that function stitches photos together to create a photo sphere.

But I already have the photo spheres.  I need to turn those photo spheres into a rotating 360 videos like this.

Any ideas?

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But I already have the photo spheres.  I need to turn those photo spheres into a rotating 360 videos

 

O.k, got it.

 

I have no experience of this but the first that came to my mind were the 360 video capabilities in Premiere Pro. I shall be honest and say that i have not tried it, so i don´t know for sure that this is the perfect solution. But i did some testing with your photo and got something similar to your link.

 

How to: How to Edit 360 Video in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

 

 

 

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