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Ricoh just announced that the new, official app – RICOH THETA for Windows®/Mac version 1.10.1 – for the RICOH THETA spherical image camera is now compatible with Google’s new 360-degree video feature offered by YouTube.
The new, official app can be downloaded at: https://theta360.com/en/support/download/ .
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With the announcement of YouTube’s 360 degree spherical video support, the world of content sharing is much more accessible worldwide. THETA™ spherical camera users simply create their 360 videos, upload MP4 video files generated with Windows and Mac software (Version 1.10.0 or later) to YouTube and share with family and friends; taking advantage of the easy sharing and commenting pioneered by YouTube.
RICOH THETA is now compatible with YouTube’s new 360-degree video format
RICOH COMPANY, LTD and RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD are pleased to announce that the official app for the RICOH THETA spherical image camera has been upgraded to be compatible with Google’s 360-degree video format.
Users can use the newly released app, RICOH THETA for Windows®/Mac ver. 1.10.0, to share videos with the new 360-degree video feature offered by YouTube.
About the New Apps
|App Name||RICOH THETA for Windows®/Mac version 1.10.1|
|Release date||March 16, 2015|
|Compatible models||Windows OS：Windows 7 SP1 and later、Windows 8、Windows 8.1
Macintosh OS：Mac OS X 10.7～10.10
Details of Upgrades
– Spherical video files converted using RICOH THETA for Windows/Mac are compatible with the 360 degree video feature on YouTube. MP4 files converted using RICOH THETA for Windows/Mac (“version 1.10.0” or later) can be uploaded to YouTube, and viewed and scrolled within YouTube’s PC and Android apps.
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