How to Create Virtual Reality Porn Content

Have you ever wanted to create virtual reality porn? Be featured at sites like BaDoink Vr porn? This has been a dirty, somewhat untold dream of many, many of us, and while traditional porn is easy and easy to access to most of us, VR porn simply seems like a much more daunting task, many of us aren’t aware of how exactly to do it. It can be a difficult task, and lots of people simply won’t know who to ask about it. That is why we’ve decided to make an article which will contain all you need to know about it.

First of all, you’ll need the people that want to film it. Sometimes your SO will be fine with you two doing it, sometimes not, however luckily there’s an ever-increasing market of solo content. This way, even if you have no-one to do it with, you can put out VR content.

Next, you’ll need to figure out where to upload it, for this we suggest petitioning to BaDoink Vr porn or simply uploading your VR porno independently on a website such as Pornhub or Xvideos. The next thing you’ll need to figure out is exactly how to film it.

Pro studios generally use a contraption of cameras, but if you just get a few go-pro cameras and connect them to a pole, you should be ready. This will enable you to have a clear view of what’s going on in the porno as well as give a reasonably large degree of vision on the scene. Now, let’s go over some of the common pitfalls of VR porn, we’ll be focusing on 1 on 1 straight action in this article.

Firstly, don’t move the camera, or if you’re using cameras attached to the male performer head, don’t make it so they can move. This is because in viewing, the head in the video moves but the watchers’ stays stationary, this means that due to its effects on the inner ear, the watcher could easily get nausea. More practically, this means restrict usage of poses like doggy style.

The next common mistake is having the male performer move a lot, this is mostly due to the same reason, so the female actress should be ready for some stiffness in pose, this can be fairly restricting and you may need to go for shorter scenes.

Now finally, there is post-production, filming VR porn isn’t the end of it, after all you most likely used multiple cameras to get the VR effect, this means that you’ll need to do quite a bit of work even after you’ve finished filming the scenes themselves. This is where you’ll need to have, or have someone that has knowledge of technology, because weaving together multiple video feeds isn’t exactly the easiest thing to do, however if you just want a 180 degree view, you COULD do this in a non-dedicated software shell like the Sony Vegas Pro, which isn’t too expensive either.