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FFMPEG to remap and stitch Spherical camera videos


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#1 art3mis

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    Posted 22 December 2016 - 08:38 PM

    Hi

    I'm trying to use FFMPEG to remap and stitch the raw spherical video from the Gear 360 camera. I've come quite close using the remap filter with the custom Samsung gear 360 maps donwloadable from here

    https://trac.ffmpeg....iki/RemapFilter

     

    but the result is not stitched, only remapped. ie the resulting video or image is split down the center giving 2 equirectangular projections instead of one.

     

    Thoretically I know this must be possible and would be a way to automate the entire process without resorting to any mobile or desktop app.

     

    Any FFMPEG experts out there?



    #2 squizard360

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      Posted 28 December 2016 - 04:54 PM

      This might be helpful for you. http://stackoverflow...one-with-ffmpeg

       

      I've also been trying to use the remap filter for 360 video automation but I wasn't able to create a map file that worked correctly with my Kodak sp360 4k cameras. In the end I used Hugin but it's a painfully slow process.






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