Here are 10 easy shots for a travel vlog video using only the Insta360 ONE X, the Insta360 Invisible Selfie Stick, and the Insta360 ONE X app.
5.7K video, 5760 x 2880 @ 25FPS
5.7K video, 5760 x 2880 @ 25FPS HDR
5.7K video, 5760 x 2880 @ 24FPS
4K video, 3840 x 1920 @ 50FPS
4K video, 3840 x 1920 @ 30FPS
3K video, 3008 x 1504 @ 100FPS
6080 x 3040, 18MP RAW DNG
Venture Case for above water sports
Dive Case for underwater diving
360 live streaming
FreeCapture Live (user controls visual perspective)
Bullet Time Handle
Extended Edition Selfie Stick
Invisible Selfie Stick
All Purpose Tripod
Battery Charging Station
GPS Smart Remote
Mavic Series Bundle
The Back Bar
5.7K 360 video sample video
This video was shot entirely using the Insta360 ONE X, on 5.7K video mode, using manual exposure.
5.7K HDR 360 video sample video
This video was shot entirely using the Insta360 ONE X, on 5.7K HDR video mode. You can only use HDR video mode when the ONE X is still on a tripod. Using HDR video mode whilst the ONE X is moving can cause ghosting effects.
Low light performance example
This hyperlapse was filmed with the Insta360 ONE X using manual exposure mode. The settings used was ISO 200, Shutter Speed 1/60, and Flourescent White Balance.
Download sample footage
Have a play with Insta360 ONE X raw footage straight out of the camera on Insta360 Studio 2019 or the ONE X App. There are 2 video files per 5.7K 360 video. One file is for the front lens and the other is for the back lens. You must download both files to edit a 5.7K 360 video. Insta360 software will automatically stitch the front and back lens footage into a single 5.7K 360 video.
How to edit 5.7K 360 video on Insta360 Studio 2019
- Download straight out of the camera 5.7K 360 video Footage 1, Footage 2, and Footage 3 shot in London, manual mode, log mode ON.
- Download and install Insta360 Studio 2019.
- Drag and drop all the footage you just downloaded into Insta360 Studio 2019. Double click on a footage and click FreeCapture to begin editing.
Here is a video to help you edit raw ONE X 5.7K 360 video files in Insta360 Studio 2019.
The best way to edit Insta360 ONE X footage is using Premiere Pro and the GoPro VR Reframe Plugin. This combination gives you the most flexibility to create high quality FreeCapture videos. The Insta360 plugin for Premiere Pro gives you a speedy no stitch workflow. You can import your footage straight from your ONE X into Premiere Pro for editing. See the video below for a detailed walkthrough on how to make FreeCapture videos using Premiere Pro.
With Premiere Pro you can make many different types of creative videos including, but not limited to, hyperlapse, timeshift, timelapse, 360 video virtual tour, tiny planet video, and more.
For hobbyists and enthusiasts, Premiere Pro is a costly monthly subscription. A much cheaper alternative is PowerDirector 17. This video editor supports 360 video editing and making FreeCapture videos. You can make hyperlapse and timeshift videos using PowerDirector 17 but there is no option to enable motion blur, like on the Insta360 ONE X app. Check out the video below to see how you can make FreeCapture videos using PowerDirector 17.
Below is a 5 part Insta360 ONE X beginners guide. By the end of the course you will learn how to set up the Insta360 ONE X and make your first FreeCapture video. Subscribe to How To Make A Video Youtube Channel for plenty more useful Insta360 ONE X video tutorials.
Beginner tips and tricks
Best features include: 5.7K 360 video, make FreeCapture video on mobile app and desktop software, live stream in 360 or FreeCapture mode, HDR video, Bullet time, Timeshift, Hyperlapse, Timelapse, overlay GPS data (speed, elevation, route, distance etc), slow motion, make virtual tours with Matterport integration, no stitch Premiere Pro workflow, and plenty of accessories for action and holiday videos.
- Most user friendly 360 camera and workflow
- Excellent video stabilisation
- Biggest and best range of accessories for impossible angles
- Sub par audio quality and no option for external microphone
- Slow development for new software features
- Need extra batteries for a day's shoot