That has nothing to do with GSV video capture for blue line, unless you are using third party software to construct from individual photos. For individual photos to connect automatically, they should be WITHIN 3 meter distance outdoors and WITHIN 1 meter indoors.
For GSV video you best use a Street View certified camera that supports that function (e.g. from Labpano). Frames per second will be max 7 and GSV processing will pick frames from the video to position them with proper distancing. Works well only on roads and trails that are on Maps already. It is important to understand that special files containing a CAMM track will be created. Ordinary video files can only be used with a lot of own special processing and capturing a separate gpx file. As @dgreenwood-trekview already said, ordinary video is way too much with a 24 or 30 fps; an awful lot of date at a resolution at 8K, which you best aim for.