Creating a Hyperlapse with the Insta 360 One

The Insta360 One (and its successor – the Insta 360 One X) has become my favourite portable camera.

This little 360° will give gimbal mounted systems a run for their money, and makes creating hyperlapses a breeze when combined with the power of Final Cut Pro X using some motion blur.

In this video, I demonstrate how I created a hyperlapse using this camera while hand-holding it and walking around a major tourist hotspot in Singapore.

I suspect there’s an equivalent function in Adobe Premiere (which I no longer use).

Motion Blur Plugin (from Ryan Nangle):

Aperture: ƒ/2.8
Camera: HG310
Flash fired: no
Focal length: 3.61mm
ISO: 100
Location: 26° 58.8893′ 0″ N 75° 50.6524′ 0″ E
Shutter speed: 1/320s