• Vertical orientation plus icon minus icon
  • To shoot vertical, place your cameras vertically and then change these settings from XangleCS:- Dashboard : Rotate = 90° Clockwise- Dashboard : Ratio/size = 9:16 See more
  • Countdown page plus icon minus icon
  • Use the countdown page as a standalone countdown on an external display or on any devices on your network through a web browser (tablet, smartphone, smartTv, etc)   Access the countdown page from t... See more
  • Trigger button page plus icon minus icon
  • The trigger button can be accessed from a web page from any devices (Pro/Capture) or from a second monitor on the same computer (Basic/Pro/Capture). Use it to trigger your cameras from a tablet/sma... See more
  • How to properly succeed on your first bullet-time event plus icon minus icon
  • Over prepare! Please don’t underestimate the amount of preparation you need to make a successful first bullet-time event. If you don’t prepare, you are going to fail. You need to spend some time wi... See more
  • Powering up your cameras! plus icon minus icon
  • Back in 2012, I remember that single event where we decided to run on batteries... a full 360 with 28 cameras running on batteries. Talk about a nightmare. I still hate myself for having allowed th... See more
  • Constant lights vs strobes plus icon minus icon
  • There are tons of different possibilities to set up your lights for your bullet-time shots. Here's an overview of the differences between using constant or strobe lights. Constant lights This is th... See more
  • Trigger precision: how to achieve the perfect camera shutter synchronization in a bullet-time shot plus icon minus icon
  • How to trigger all cameras at the same moment? Continuous lights Make sure you put the cameras on Stand-by mode at least half a second before taking the shot. To do so, fully press on the trigge... See more
  • Improve download + processing time plus icon minus icon
  • We all want the video to start spinning in a fraction of a second, right? We've made a long way from back in the days where we were shooting at 720x480px to get a mp4 ready in 30 seconds lol. On a ... See more