Quick start guide

  1. Download your camera’s firmware to have the latest features.
  2. Insert a micro SD card. Make sure to use U3 class micro SD card. For a list of compatible cards please read hereQuick_start_guide_S2
  3. Charge your camera for 3 hours to get it fully charged (battery charge status LED will turn from red (charging) to green (fully charged). See detailed instructions here
  4. Turn on your camera: Press power button: status indicator light will start blinking blue. Camera is ready once status indicator light turns to steady blue. Detailed explanation of status indications are here
  5. Download Vuze Camera App to control your camera from your smartphone, Change your camera settings with the
    App settings menu.
    for Android: here
    for iOS: here
  6. You are ready to capture your VR experiences!
  7. To render your VR experiences, download Humaneyes VR Studio here. Please make sure your GPU drivers are up to date.Quick_start_guide_S6
  8. After installing Humaneyes VR Studio you will need to activate the software:
  9. Make sure you are connected to the Internet
  10. Turn on the camera with micro SD card inside
  11. Connect the camera to the PC when prompted by Humaneyes VR Studio
  12. You are ready to create and share your VR experiences!

How to update camera software

How to import your footage

VR Studio file structure overview

VR Studio Overview

VR Studio Advanced Tools - Stitch Refinement

VR Studio Advanced Tools - Levels

VR Studio Horizon Stabilization

How to stream and broadcast in 3D 360 with Vuze LIVE - slideshow

Vuze LIVE is where you can live stream and broadcast, compatible with Vuze+ cameras or Vuze cameras with a LIVE license.

How to stream and broadcast in 3D 360 with Vuze LIVE - video tutorial

How to shoot with Vuze Camera

How to Use the Vuze VR camera App (for Android and iOS)