Adobe 180 and 360/VR editing: More immersive storytelling.
Whether you’re creating films, video games, training videos or simulations, 180 and 360/VR videos let you drop viewers into the centre of the action. Adobe tools give you everything you need to create and refine immersive videos — whether editing in Adobe Premiere Pro, adding motion graphics in Adobe After Effects or cleaning up footage in Adobe Photoshop.
All the tools you need to go all in.
Check out the most comprehensive set of tools to create immersive videos..
Edit 180 and 360/VR video the way it’s viewed.
Wear the same VR headset as your viewers while editing immersive videos. You can also edit stitched-together footage without a headset using VR mode in Premiere Pro and VR Comp Editor in After Effects.
Add immersive effects and transitions.
Choose from effects and transitions including VR Blur, VR Sharpen, Iris wipes, Chroma leaks and many more — all formatted specifically for 180 and 360 footage so you won’t get unwanted artefacts like visible seams or distortions..
See how to create 360 videos ›
Surround your videos in sound.
Edit audio based on orientation or position and export it as ambisonic audio directly to VR-enabled platforms such as YouTube and Facebook.
Production house Happy Finish uses Premiere Pro and After Effects to create commercial virtual reality, augmented reality and 360-degree experiences.
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Here’s some of the VR technology we’re exploring.
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Make it. Creative Cloud.
Premiere Pro is part of Creative Cloud, so you can access all your assets, including Motion Graphics templates and Adobe Stock videos, right inside the app. Everything’s connected across your desktop and mobile devices and across other apps like After Effects and Adobe Audition. It’s everything you need to turn inspiration into stunning video — anywhere.