12-22-2017 09:35 AM
So on the compatibility page it mentions that there isnt an option to save sperical pictures into the photos app.
However I am able to download 360 photos from other 360 cameras and apps to my phone. For example using the Nikon 360 camera I can download a flatfile to my photos app and then share to FB or Google Maps even though the picture doesnt render in 360 on my iPhone X.
Will this get resolved? I hear a new app is coming that MAY resolve some of these issues.
12-22-2017 03:19 PM
@bronsonk48224 - You may be able to download a flattened version of a spherical photo you create with Fusion Studio to your iPhone, but the native Photos app on iOS is not set up just yet to handle GoPro spherical content. Our app can handle that content, and we expect other apps will be able to in the future as well, but we don't have a timeline on when those apps will be able to do so just yet.
12-22-2017 05:21 PM
I can download the file into my icloud drive and then download to my photos app. Once in the photos app I can upload to Google Street View in both TIFF and JPG format.
I can also upload to facebook and edit location, tag people and add stickers.
I can do this with other apps that take 360 photos. I need to be able to do this from mobile without using a computer (especially when hiking)
The last portable 360 camera I used was the Nikon keymission. It has the worst software in existence. But I could still download the file to my iphone, flat of course, and it had GPS metadata.
Can we please add this to the mobile app. This is the largest obstacle so far for me.
12-23-2017 03:16 AM
I agree, please fix this in the app.
The fusion cam is great but the usability to share „on the go“ needs to improve. When you have not just one fb page (i.e. a business page connected to your main fb account) you can‘t upload photos to that specific page.