Prepare your media

Here are some encoding recommendations before importing your media in Spaces:

360 videos

  • Format: mp4
  • Codec: h.264
  • Frame-rate: 30 fps
  • Maximum resolution: 3840 x 1920 px.
  • Maximum bitrate: 20 Mbps
  • Note that when you upload a 360 video, it needs a few minutes of encoding on our server before it’s available in the best quality for your experience.

2D videos

  • Format: mp4
  • Codec: h.264
  • Frame-rate: 30 fps
  • Maximum resolution: 1080p (higher resolution will be decreased to 1080p)
  • Maximum bitrate: 20 Mbps

360 images

  • Format: JPEG compressed for the web
  • Maximum resolution: 3840 x 1920 px.
  • Maximum weight: 2Mb

2D images

  • Format: JPEG compressed for the web
  • Maximum resolution: 1080p.
  • Maximum weight: 1Mb

Audio

  • Format: mp3.

Import new media

Each time you need to add a media in Spaces (create a new Scene, add a new annotation, etc), you open a new window. This is the Media Library.

The media that is displayed here depends on the kind of asset you would like to add (2D video, image, …).

The media can then be used in an experience from different sources:

  • All my media: Here you will find all media you've imported in the Hub
  • From this Space: All media imported by you and all other people invited to the current Space
  • From this Experience: Only media previously imported in the current Experience

N.B: Before importing your stereoscopic content in the media library, you need to add "_TB" (top-bottom) or "_LR" (left-right) at the end of every stereoscopic media name (images and videos) depending of how your stereoscopy is formatted. 

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