Originally Posted by JOAT09
You have edited videos of the VUZE camera, the rendering of the VUZE recordings at what resolution does it come out?
Because if the problem is resolution of the glasses, we have 4K glasses. I explain:
To view my 3D videos obtained with the TD30 I edit them at 3840x1080 and without losing any resolution, I project them in my sony Z5 premium of 4K (currently very cheap) held in a glasses "ColorCross" the result is total immersive without grid in the screen.
There are two steps to editing Vuze camera clips for publication:
Since the Vuze does not stitch the cameras in hardware you have to import the 8 cameras as a file set to software on your computer. Here, after you make adjustments to the seams, color balance, add top and or bottom masks or none, and set the opening scene in the view, and set dead zone crops (black ends) if desired, you then set your rendered output for 3D or 2D, aspect ratio, and resolution. The recommended output as an equirectangular frame is 3840x2160, 16x9 for You Tube and Facebook ( my choice). This can be changed with custom resolution settings if you want to experiment.
Early on I made the mistake of rendering to 3840 x 1920 and this had problems. I can only imagine the problem if I used 3840 x 1080.
Vuze tech support has good recommendations on what works best and I try to follow them.
The next step I do only because I like to crop out bad content and add titles and 2D inserts to my projects is import the rendered stitched clip to Adobe Premiere Pro with the Mettle skybox plugin. I won't say this is absent it's share of bugs but I trues these will be worked out soon. Adobe just bought Skybox and it is now included free.
Here I render the same as the file and it has worked. Premiere Pro also adds the meta data so you don't need to add it later. I've tested in both YT and Facebook but Facebook does not seem to support 3D or goggles. If wrong I'm open to how to do it.
I envy you having the Sony as it is still the only screen that is 4K. I am waiting on the iphone 8 and if it is 4K I will upgrade. Otherwise, next year I will see about dedicated goggles with 4K capability. For now my iphone 6+ is about as good as I get with cheap Walmart goggles.
All in all I am still in kindergarten on this 360 video but you are welcome to have a look on my YT site of what I have done so far.
My Mt Rushmore was done with a stitching software that had problems, but also I didn't know that 360 could not be image stabilized. Now I have a GURU360 that is designed to stabilize the Vuze for walk around 360 video shooting. I haven't done a project with that rig yet.