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    Robert Moore commented  · 

    I use the Ricoh Theta V 360 4K with Spatial Audio (4 mics/tracks) camera. You can edit 360 4K video fine using Final Cut Pro X and Premiere Pro 2020 and 2021, but none of them export the Spatial Audio audio correctly (Adobe calls it Ambisonics 4.0 audio) Premiere Pro version 14 and Premiere Pro beta do export the audio correctly.

    There are 4 steps to edit Ricoh Theta V video and 4 channel Spatial Audio. The Theta V records the video as 360, but the audio is some type of single track audio that when you import directly into Premiere Pro (and FCPX), they import the Video correctly as 360, but the audio import as a single mono audio track? SO you have to convert the Theta V video to 4 channel audio first...

    1) Using the RICOH THETA Movie Converter, you convert your Theta V movie file with this app first.
    2) Import the converted movie into Premiere Pro version 14, or beta version and drag onto a timeline and you will now see the correct 360 video, plus 4 audio channels in the timeline. (You will also see the 4 audio channels with PP 2020, or 2021, but they don't export 4 audio channels.
    3) After you've finished editing your movie, before you export make sure VR is selected for the video and 4.0 and AUDIO IS AMBISONICS before you export. Export that!
    4) Using the Google App, Spatial Media Metadata Injector, open your edited movie into that app, select "My video is spherical (360)" and "My video has spatial audio (ambiX ACD/SN3D format), then hit the "inject metadata" button and you're done! Upload that video to YouTube and you will have full 360 Video with Full Spatial Audio sound (sound that follows the pan).

    I'll record a video at some point to go over all this, but in the mean time here's video that is pretty much the same, except using Final Cut Pro X.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8q3sFmNN8Y

    AND... here's my website:
    JOHNAVATAR.com

    Robert Moore

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    Robert Moore commented  · 

    AND SPATIAL AUDIO has been disabled.... apparently it use to work, but not since 2019???? A bug??

    360 Video Spatial Audio Export (4.0 mono missing - bug FIX - PP2021 v15.4.1)

    Premiere Pro 2021/2022 do not export 4.0 channel mono audio! Apparently a bug as of 2019 version? When I edit Ricoh Theta V converted video (for Spatial Audio editing) and import that into PP2021, I see the 4 (in 1 track) of audio, but when I go to export, PP2021/2022 only export a single mono audio channel, there is no option to select 4.0 audio as in previous versions? I understand this used to work, that you had the option to select 4.0 mono channels for export, but that option button is not in PP 2021/2022 versions!?

    SO PLEASE PUT IT BACK ASAP! I'm editing 360/Spatial Audio shows now and having to use several other apps in the final export process is VERY ANNOYING!

    THANK YOU,
    Robert Moore
    JOHNAVATAR.com

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    Robert Moore commented  · 

    WHERE'S ADOBE ON THIS FEATURE?? FCP7, FCPX and just about all other video editors do this!!!:*)

    FCP7 and FCPX do this, it can cut editing time in half!:).

    Basically, I want Premiere Pro to always be in PLAY, unless I hit the STOP/SPACE BAR, so that when I jump to any clip, or to any location in the timeline it just starts playing without having to hit SPACE BAR.  This cuts out having to hit the SPACE BAR each time I jump to a different location in the timeline.  I want to hit SPACE BAR to start playing and PP2021/2022 just be in PLAY mode, until I hit SPACE BAR again to put it in STOP mode.
     
    This dramatically speed up editing, basically cutting editing time nearly in half!  (Sort of.)
     
    Thank You,
    Robert Moore
    JOHNAVATAR.com

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    Robert Moore commented  · 

    WHERE'S ADOBE ON THIS FEATURE???? THIS IS A REAL TIME SAVER and on pretty much all other video editors.

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    FCP7 and FCPX do this, it can cut editing time in half!:).

    Basically, I want Premiere Pro to always be in PLAY, unless I hit the STOP/SPACE BAR, so that when I jump to any clip, or to any location in the timeline it just starts playing without having to hit SPACE BAR.  This cuts out having to hit the SPACE BAR each time I jump to a different location in the timeline.  I want to hit SPACE BAR to start playing and PP2021/2022 just be in PLAY mode, until I hit SPACE BAR again to put it in STOP mode.
     
    This dramatically speed up editing, basically cutting editing time nearly in half!  (Sort of.)
     
    Thank You,
    Robert Moore
    JOHNAVATAR.com

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