Since a 360° camera records the footage through different lenses, there is always a corresponding frame per lens. Therefore, the designer still has to attach the separate frames to each other. This is called ‘stitching‘: stitching together the corresponding lens frames in order to obtain the full 360° video. To stitch the different frames, camera specific software must be used. This software recognizes the different lens frames automatically and immediately attaches them together to form one 360° video.