To download the stitched video you have to download it twice in a way. The initial video you see in the app is a low quality version. You have to select the video to download it from the camera to the local, there are two way to do this.
Press and hold the thumbnail then select download
When playing a video, just click on screen, select download.
You can toggle the Gyro calibration on/off depending if you want the video to be stabilized or not. When downloaded to local it looks good in the app, but its still an unstitched file saved to your phone in a folder named ‘media’. To get the stitched file onto your phone again there are two ways to do it.
Press and hold the thumbnail then select Export
When playing a video, just click on screen, select more and export to phone.
Once you’ve done either of these two steps the ‘media’ folder will have gone and you will then have a stitched video saved in a ‘MadV360’ folder in your gallery.
You can easily stitch on your desktop, just connect the camera with a cable to your PC then open the explorer window and search for the devices or drive found on the computer. Look in DCIM, here you’ll have folders in date order, inside your files taken on that day.
You’ll notice the video has two files. Note the last two letters AA & AB. You want the AA, this is the 4K quality, the other is just low quality the app uses for on screen preview.
Unfortunately you can’t right click to open the file, you have to go through your file explorer to manually find the output file. By default its in folder path, local disc C: > Madv360. That’s it hope this helps, thanks for reading 🙂
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