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Manual sync

by Nbiocbk » Sat May 14, 2016 5:31 pm

I can easily line all of my camera's up in premiere by the audio slate we recorded. How do I manually put the frame offset information into the autopano?

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Re: Manual sync

by Tim Baier » Mon Jun 20, 2016 10:59 am

Subtract the lowest frame number from all of them (making the clip with the shortest head have zero offset and all of the others keep in sync).

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Re: Manual sync

by Amidee » Mon Jun 20, 2016 12:30 pm

As I stated here, it's a counterintuitive negative timecoding, basically.
I'd say this is a +1 on changing this, it's confusing as hell.

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Re: Manual sync

by Tim Baier » Mon Jun 20, 2016 1:43 pm

You asked a question and got an answer.

We're all struggling on the bleeding edge here and the video stitching market is only just emerging, so we get retrofitted still image software. I'm grateful for it.

If you struggle to find the lowest value in a list of numbers like this...
1206, 1206, 1186, 1165, 1021, 1088, 1112, 1133, 1239, 1241, 1012, 973 (hint 973)

Or can't subtract 973 from each entry in the same list of numbers to get this...
233, 233, 213, 192, 48, 115, 139, 160, 266, 268, 39, 0

... then perhaps you should use
1) the calculator feature in 360CamMan https://youtu.be/RcXMmv5vzlY
2) the python code below

Or maybe just come back in a year when software might have matured a bit or you grok the concept of subtracting integers.

fList = '1206 1206 1186 1165 1021 1088 1112 1133 1239 1241 1012 973'
fList = map(int, fList.split(' '))
print '\n'.join(['%02d: %d'%(i+1, f-min(fList)) for i, f in enumerate(fList)])

RESULT:
01: 233
02: 233
03: 213
04: 192
05: 48
06: 115
07: 139
08: 160
09: 266
10: 268
11: 39
12: 0


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