The Dailymotion player supports 360-degree spherical videos on Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Opera browsers on desktop. 360° video viewing is also supported on mobile browsers running on Android.
Viewing 360° videos
On desktop, click and drag on the player to “look around” the video.
On mobile, simply tap and swipe your finger OR tilt and move the device around.
Uploading 360° videos
Before starting the upload, make sure your video file is equirectangular and includes the 360 “Spherical Video” metadata.
Some 360 or spherical cameras already adds this metadata to your video file.
Otherwise you need to add it yourself using the “360 Video Metadata Tool” available here for Mac and Windows.
Open your MP4 video file with the 360 Video Metadata Tool, select the “Spherical” checkbox, click “Save as” and upload the newly saved video to Dailymotion.
Dailymotion recommend uploading 16:9 aspect ratio 360 video sources in 4K (3840×2160) resolution.