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over the "stitch" part

by KDMOA » Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:11 am

Hello, everyone
Please tell me
For example, the test in the following situations:.
Use 360H6. Sunny in the field. Taken at a fixed point. Person will and away from approaching the camera.
Move while moving around the camera.
The background has been "stitch" well.

The problem is time when a moving person steps over the "stitch" part.
Part of that person will be missing.
In 360H6 having a big parallax.
Is there the coping method?
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Re: over the "stitch" part

by Destiny » Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:16 am

Hi..

You might want to read this...

http://www.autopano.net/wiki-en/action/ ... Anti-Ghost

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Re: over the "stitch" part

by KDMOA » Mon Jul 14, 2014 2:33 pm

Thank you...
I try it several times in Anti-Goast.
In (part of Video) still image, I will work to some extent.
(but...Is it the problem of the Synchronization? Is it a problem of the parallax?the part that does not work.
Immediately in front of the 360H6 I think in some that are not recorded?)
Anyway
In the case of movies, but I think the place to be masked is constantly changing depending on the time elapsed.
How is that to subdivide in TimeLine?
Thank you again.

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Re: over the "stitch" part

by captain3d » Wed Jul 16, 2014 6:18 pm

It is really not fixable. If the person comes two close to the camera rig you will not be able to fix it. The answer is to not let them get too close or have smaller parallax camera rig.

If you have enough cover you can render out all the movies as separate layers (manually turning them off to render) and use another com positing software like after effects to animate the seam position

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Re: over the "stitch" part

by KDMOA » Thu Jul 17, 2014 7:49 am

I see ...

I was attracted to the keyword "all-weather", when to buy that camera RIG(360H6).

Is that there is a problem of "NG" too close, I did not know.

I was able to understand. Thank you.


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