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Get 'normal' image from 360 degree image?


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#1 mr.burns

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    Posted 02 September 2016 - 02:26 PM

    Hi,

     

    I am new to this forum and have one question.

    I plan to buy a 360 degree camera (I think Samsung Gear 360).

    I know those cameras are made to create a 360 degree images which then can be viewed with certain tools (Facebook, Youtube or a software on your computer).

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    Is it possible to also get a still image from the 360 degree image?
    I just want to take out a part of the 360 image and 'convert' it to a 'normal' 2D image like if it was taken by a DSLR camera. If yes what software I can use to extract 2D image from 360 degree image?

    I want to provide 'normal' images on my website like some kind of preview for the user and additionally a link to Youtube/Facebook or whatever for the 360 image.


    Thanks for any help...


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    #2 lunadude

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      Posted 17 September 2016 - 02:39 AM

      Two possible ways:

      • Use a graphics application like Photoshop to remove the distortion. (I'm not sure what settings to suggest)
        -- or --
      • Make a screencap of the displayed panorama.





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