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Insta360 Studio now supports FlowState for Insta360 ONE!


Insta360 Studio now supports Flowstate stabilization
Insta360 Studio now supports Flowstate stabilization

You can now export your Insta360 ONE videos with FlowState from Insta360 Studio! This makes it possible to use your desktop for Insta360 ONE, whether for iOS or Android!

Insta360 ONE (reviewed here) is one of the most popular 360 cameras right now, and last month, it got a major update that made it even better.  Flowstate is the new stabilization technology in Insta360 ONE that gives it amazing stabilization.  Check out my FlowState demo video if you haven’t seen it yet (and pls hit the Like button and share it 😀 )!  The new version of Insta360 Studio is available for download here.

Meanwhile, I’m still working on my ‘controversial video’ — regardless of whether you agree or disagree, I promise it will be very useful!  Please stay tuned!

Thank you very much to Scott Pooler for bringing this Insta360 Studio update to my attention!

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  • This is great news. I wish the other cameras (Xiaomi Mija Sphere e.g.) had such a useful desktop software to offer, too. Makes workflow so much more convenient as I hate wasting precious storage data on saving all the stitched camera footage…
    Best regards

    • Yes I absolutely agree, Oliver! FWIW, at least Xiaomi does have a desktop stitcher for Windows. Some cameras like Rylo don’t have a desktop app at all.
      Best regards,

  • Desktop app always is welcome as for video captured in Insta360 One, it need the same amount of time(capture time) to download the footage to the iOS APP. Which I feel too troublesome.
    With SD card reader, the process is fast and now the desktop app support the flowstate, and really make the life easier. XD

    • Hi Oliver, sorry the flowstate works only for insta360 one (and only if the One has been updated to firmware version 2.0 or higher). best regards, mic

  • Mic, somewhat off topic, but just to thank you overall for your site, all your videos and the amazing useful information you always provide. Your wisdom and enthusiasm for all 360 news and gear is very much appreciated:)

    • Thank you very much Travis! I really appreciate it! If you have any suggestions pls let me know. 😀 best regards, mic

      • Mic, I do have some interesting news to update regarding the new collaboration with Insta360 and Adobe, in case you dont know about this yet. Insta360 now has a partnership with Adobe to simplify 360° Video Production using the Insta360 cameras (and support for others as well). Here is the detailed info if you want to share it with your viewers as I think this is yet another great step into making 360 video mainstream by integrating it directly into Premier that is one the world’s favorite Pro editors on the market. Here is the detailed info if you want to share it with your viewers:)

        Insta360 has developed a new integration for Adobe Premiere Pro to complete every part of their 360° video post-production workflow. The free extension will be released during this quarter to users of Premiere Pro CC 2017 and later. The integration allows users of Insta360’s six-lens professional camera, the Insta360 Pro, to complete every part of their 360° video post-production workflow — from stitching to editing — in Premiere Pro. Once users install the new Insta360 extension for Premiere Pro, they can directly import Insta360 Pro content into Adobe Premiere Pro CC and the whole process because a seamless “No-Stitch” Editing. The extension allows users to start editing before ever stitching their original footage, drastically cutting down stitching time at the outset of a project. To accomplish this, it generates a proxy version of the full-quality footage — a quick-stitched, lower-resolution substitute. Working with a proxy version instead of the original footage offers some key advantages:
        – Stitching time at the start of a project is greatly reduced — down to just what’s necessary to generate the proxy video.
        – The software can perform smoothly during editing — without the processor-dragging challenge of navigating and displaying an 8K video file.
        – The video is only compressed a single time, during final export, ensuring maximum image quality. In a traditional workflow, there would be two compressions — one during initial stitching and one during final export.
        – Users can cut down the proxy version to exactly the parts that are necessary for their project. In the end, only the footage that’s used is stitched, avoiding any wasted time spent stitching footage that doesn’t make the final cut.
        – Once the proxy video has been generated, creators can trim it and apply any edits as they normally would in Premiere Pro.
        – The last step is to export the video. During export, all changes made to the proxy version will be applied 1-to-1 to a full-quality version, and the footage involved will be stitched using Insta360’s optimized algorithm.
        – The upshot is that creators maximize their time, minimize compression, and lump in stitching with the final export, after all of their work is done.