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Total Process Time to Create Web-ready 360 Product View: ~10 minutes
Frame Count: 144 frames/360 rotation (1 capture every 2.5 degrees)
Additional Accessory Used: N/A
Camera/Lens Used: Nikon D7000 with Nikkor AF-S 35mm Prime Lens f/1.8
Zoom Level: Fixed
File format: PNG
Creating a professional multirow 360 project doesn't require professional photography skills. After following this article, you will be able to create your own professional 360 multirow projects and learn the entire process on how multiple rows work. In the following example we used a small object, such as an action sports camera shot in 2 individual rows.
We can also use pre-crop feature from Shutterstream or manually crop using the editor all of your resulted multi-row images to fit perfectly when switching from one row to the second row and so on. Use a ruler to measure the distance between your camera lens ← and → your object placed on the turntable.
In this example we used a Prime Lens 35mm and aperture set to f/8, distance 90cm/35inch. We've made sure that our object is aligned in the center of the turntable in order to avoid the object going outside the boundaries(in this example, aligning is crucial in order to keep your object spinning symmetrical in all 360 frames).
After we finally created our project, it's time to share the generated iframe and index links and embed them on our website. In this example the generated iframe link was shared from https://stream.iconasys.com and embedded into a HTML plugin on this page.