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Stitching problems because of the EIS, any help?

kodak stitching pixpro eis on problem

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#1 Mikel_1985

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    Posted 15 November 2016 - 05:45 PM

    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.

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      Posted 23 November 2016 - 10:52 AM

      I don't remember where I read it, but you are supposed to turn off the EIS if planning to stitch.  Once the video is recorded, you are probably out of luck.





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