Create and play
3D Video

Vimmerse makes it easy for creators and developers
to deliver 3D immersive video experiences.
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content creation beta
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Unlock the power of 3D video
The possibilities are endless.
Metaverse
Metaverse
Entertainment
Entertainment
Training
Training
Sports
Sports
Events
Events
Branding & Marketing
Branding & Marketing
Freeport Platform
Use our APIs or website to upload your captured content and prepare 3D video.
Stream 3D video over HLS for playback using our player SDKs and apps.
Capture Content
Capture Content
Capture with any device or 3D engine:
iPhone, Android*, Azure Kinect, Unity*.
Single/multi-camera rigs in any configuration
Upload Content
Upload Content
MP4 (AVC/H.264 or HEVC), zipped
YUVs, OBJ*, USDZ*, gLTF*
Content Preparation
3D video content preparation
APIs to prepare 3D video on our cloud server
Streaming video server
Streaming video server
HLS, AVC/H.264, HEVC
Player
Player SDKs and Apps
Android (exoPlayer), Windows
(ffplay)*, iOS (AV Player)*, Unity*
* available in
future release
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Technology
The Vimmerse Freeport platform enables viewer-controlled navigation of 3D video scenes.
The MPEG Immersive Video (MIV) coding standard efficiently represents people and objects captured in real-world environments. The MIV encoder processes input video views captured by one or more cameras and/or depth sensors, with no green screen required. The 3D scene is represented by color and depth images, and camera parameters, which are compressed using MIV for efficient streaming using standard video codecs (AVC, HEVC) and video streaming protocols (HLS).

The Vimmerse Freeport player uses the device GPU and video decoder to playback 3D video from the positions and angles selected by the viewer. Alternatively, the content creator can select a dynamic view path for the viewer to create “bullet” videos that can be viewed with any video player.

The range of viewer positions enabled depends upon the capture camera configuration. The video below was captured with a single iPhone 12 Pro.
The example video below illustrates how the viewing range expands as the number of cameras used increases from 1 to 5.
1 camera
5 cameras
More information on how to capture and format content for processing on the Freeport platform is available here.