e-CAM130_TRICUTX2 (TRICamera) is a multiple camera solution for NVIDIA® Jetson TX1/TX2 developer kit that consists of three 13 MP 4-Lane MIPI CSI-2 camera board and an base board to interface with the J22 connector on the Jetson TX1/TX2. Each camera is based on the camera module e-CAM137_CUMI1335_MOD, 1/3.2" AR1335 color CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor® and integrated high performance Image Signal Processor (ISP).
The trim function in the 360 Snap Bridge software doesn't seem to work properly for me.
I trim, then save the trimmed video, but it instead of saving the trimmed video, it only saves a small 230kb MP4 file which is totally black.
Any ideas what's going on, or how to get round this?
Thanks for any help
KRPano is both a set of lightweight yet powerful tools which you can use to prepare an equirectangular image or create virtual tours with and also a panoramic image and virtual tour viewer. Its output can be in either flash or HTML5 format for viewing in the KRPano viewer or for usage inside a browser. The latest version of KRPano includes support for your projects in webvr 1.1 so that a user can access your tours with a head-mounted display directly in the browser. To learn how to create 360 photo with KRPano, follow the KRPano Tutorial
Hello everyone! I'm new to 360 cameras and I got my gear 360 and enjoyed it until yesterday. It works great during the day, but in low light it is absolutely terrible...unless I did something wrong.
I recorded part of a concert using the rear lense so my thumb could cover the bright LED as to not disturb anyone. I recorded in 1920x1080 / 30fps and i was so disappointed with the results. It was so grainy and far away it was like I took the video with a cheap flip phone. My flip video recorder (remember those) would have done better. I was so excited to use this thing for something important and almost teared up when I saw the low light results. I should've used my Note 8 instead. Is there something I did wrong or is this something I could expect from this unit during concert lighting. The results also looked farther away than where i was sitting. Is there software that I should be using other than what came with the 360 app. Should I have used both lenses on instead? I'm sorry to vent, but I needed to turn somewhere for some technical help.
On a positive note, the sound was really good surprisingly.