Prepare your media

Here are some encoding recommendations before importing your media:

360 videos

  • Format: mp4
  • Codec: h.264
  • Frame-rate: 30 fps
  • Maximum input resolution: 8K
  • Maximum streaming resolution: 3840 x 1920 px (4K)
  • 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 input resolution: 8K.
  • Maximum output resolution: 6K
  • 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 media (e.g., 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 assets you would like to add (2D/3D images and videos, etc.).

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

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

Note: 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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