In this video tutorial I am going to teach you how to process GoPro Fusion 360 footage to Youtube and showing the render settings using Adobe Premiere Pro.

Here is a VR360 video that I have rendered and uploaded to Youtube.

I advice to render in H2.64 as processing time is far less then uploading with Prores or DNxHR. Also because Youtube does not support 5.2k 4992×2496 resolutions and uploading this in Prores and DNxHR still will become 4k 2160p, unless you are going to stretch your video to 8k to upload. Bitrate settings for  4k H2.64 bitrate is 150mb/s and make sure to turn on VR and choose Monoscopic. If you don’t want to set it yourself you can download the Adobe Premiere Pro export preset below.

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Export VR360 GoPro Fusion for Youtube 2018 Tutorial

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