How to Upload 360 Degree Video in Youtube?

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    Robin
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    Good news for Video Creators and Virtual Reality application, content creators. Youtube enables 360 degree video contents to be viewed by users. It is most expected that this year will be the year of Virtual Reality and we already started to see so many mobile, smartphone, tablet manufacturers started to produce cardboard style adapters to let anyone experience Virtual Reality using their mobile phones. But Oculus Rift, the leader of Virtual Reality Headset is what most expected by many VR fans across the globe.

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    We are not sure whether they will bring commercial VR headsets in 2015 or not. Nothing is confirmed officially yet.

    Upload 360 Degree Video in Youtube

    Now you can upload 360 degree video that you shot using your 360 camera to youtube and let many people across the globe experience your awesome content. Record your videos using your 360 HD Camera and upload to Youtube just like any other regular video uploads that you shoot using your HD Camera and Smartphone.

    If you don’t have a 360 camera, you can buy one from Amazon right now. There are interesting discounts and offers going on for 360 cameras on Amazon. We have some of the best 360 cameras for you to purchase and start recording your first videos to upload in Youtube.

    Most of them are out of stock or unavailable currently at amazon and other stores. But soon they will be made available as 360 cameras are quite high in demand right now.

    Thanks for reading and have a wonderful day.

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