These days, Virual Reality (VR) videos are in the limelight. A new generation of videos that make you feel like you’re actually in there. VR videos gives us a sense of depth as you look around in every direction.
360 VR videos can be made either by using a jump platform to capture live action footage using cameras, or they can be computer generated content.
YouTube and Facebook video player highly supports the 360 VR format. For more immersive experience, there are virtual reality headsets.
Don’t forget the Google Cardboard. A cheap alternative to costly Virtual reality headsets.
There’s are new After Effects Template which allows you to create interactive 360VR videos for YouTube and Virtual Reality headsets.
Deliver your message on VR 360 players or even on virtual reality headsets like Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, Samsung Gear VR, HTC Vive and others.
Watch this demo video showcasing the true power of this VR 360 Kit for After Effects. Use you mouse to navigate around the video. For full effect, I recommend using a Google Cardboard (if you have one).
This After Effects template kit comes with 7 pre-made galleries ready to be used to showcase your photos, videos and text in 360 Virtual Reality.
Just add your media and you are good to go. No third party plugins required, no complex operation needed.
Advanced users can build their own 3D environment in After Effects or even integrate complex 3D plugins like Element 3D.
360 VR kit for After Effects is available on Videohive library for $28 USD (Regular License) and $84 USD (Extended License).
For more Information on 360 VR k for After Effects, visit here.