102 BYOD: An Introduction to 360 Video for Learning

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Tuesday, June 26


Confused about 360-degree video? Not sure where to start, what hardware to use, what software to edit with, where to publish it, or how to use it in your next eLearning course? This session will address all these questions using a hands-on approach.

In this session, participants will identify a project, identify issues with shooting 360-degree video, shoot the video (using a 360-degree camera), edit the video, and publish it using the latest tools and resources. At the end of the workshop, you’ll know exactly what to do to shoot and publish your next 360 video.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What 360-degree video is, and how it’s different from VR
  • How to shoot 360-degree video and its drawbacks
  • How to edit 360-degree video
  • How to publish 360-degree video


Designers, developers, and managers.

Technology discussed in this session:

360-degree video, Ricoh Theta V camera, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, and YouTube publishing using Adobe Media Encoder.

Technology required:

Laptop running Adobe Premiere Pro (latest version) or Final Cut Pro with 360-degree plugin.

Marcelo Lewin

eLearning Production Manager


Marcelo Lewin is an eLearning produciton manager and the founder of HowToCreateVR.com. He lives at the intersection of eLearning, filmmaking, and virtual reality, and uses the latest filmmaking techniques to make eLearning exciting, entertaining, and fun.

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