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Gear 360 Action Director Stitching Correction


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Posted 06 September 2016 - 09:14 AM

Hey there!

 

I'm about to edit a small video from a person riding a bike. He put the camera on the bicycle handlebar and recorded the whole ride.

After stitching, I found out that the programme had problems to stitch near objects (arms, hands) correctly, while the landscape in the distance rather seamlessly melted. (Sorry - English is not my native language)

 

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Is there anything I can do to edit that? Do I have to do it manually? 

 

Thank you very much :)



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Posted 11 September 2016 - 09:55 PM

Due to the placement of the lenses objects near the camera will have a visible stitch line. Your best option is to film with the camera mounted on an helmet (the helmet will have a stitch line but is on the bottom of the video) or attach a selfie stick on the handlebar pointing forward over the front wheel. This way the biker will not have a stitch line.






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