Just got the new 2017 model from Korea. So far, it's very cool! BUT, if there's an 'active' scene along the stitching lines of the two lenses, the entire video seems to..pulse or jump up and down. It's very distracting. I've turned off all hardware acceleration in the Gear 360 Action Director software, but...no good...same jumpy result. Other tests with less activity jumps, but less. I'm recording at the highest settings, though.
Here's a sample: https://youtu.be/GiJu46_12No
That's a video taken in the middle of an orchestra during a concert we had last Sat. night. The resolution is good, but the videos are all jumpy like this. The unstitched versions do not jump, but once it's stitched together, it's jumpy.
Is there a setting? Placement?
One issue on that stage: back camera has a lot of bright lights glaring into the lens, but the front camera is darker. Maybe that's it?
Hi, I´m editing my first video recorded with the Kodak SP360. I already stitched some footage using Pixpro 360 Stich, but I had this problem with some other clips. When importing them to PixPro SP360, it shows me a message saying that it´s not possible to stitch the clips correctly, because the cameras recorded with the EIS ON option activated. Any chance to fix these clips? Any other software I can try to solve this problem? I already tried to use the calibrate options in PixPro, but I didn´t get to fix the stitching.
Thanks a lot.
I have bought it for three days and I got a quite good result for 360 photos, it perfectly shot the right angel but for stitching the 360 video, the video appear to have shot the camera itself and made the edge black anyway to fix it ?