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Problem stitching moving videos due to parallax issue

by calebrozario » Fri Apr 29, 2016 3:35 am

Hi guys,

Im having a lot of trouble getting a seamless stitch while shooting a moving shot. usually caused by parallax issue.
what tools do you guys normally use to solve this issue? or have you come accross any good tutorials online? as I have not been able to find any as of yet.

Im using the Freedom 360 rig with 6 gopro 4 cameras. stationary shots work well, its only once the camera is on the move, the stitching becomes very unacceptable to use for a final video.
any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks!

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Re: Problem stitching moving videos due to parallax issue

by pandroid » Fri Apr 14, 2017 9:09 am

It's almost a year for this thread. Does anyone have the solution?

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Re: Problem stitching moving videos due to parallax issue

by Skaven252 » Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:43 am

You didn't post an example, but the problem you describe suggests it's a synchronization issue between the video clips. You could try producing an audio sync cue (like a few hand claps) or flash a bright light a few times when recording, to help AVP sync the videos.

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Re: Problem stitching moving videos due to parallax issue

by louiz0999 » Thu Jul 27, 2017 4:24 pm

i use the cut tool in autopano video pro to cut before the problems occur and i do it throughout the video if necessary, then i open up autopano giga and i use the masking tool in autopano giga and i just place the masks wherever i need to (masking is not to be used as a paint brush) if something should happen, you must adapt with the footage you have and fix the rest of the masking in post production (after effects for example)


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