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zugarich

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Testing my new oneshot 360 with gopro
Posted: 19 Apr 2013 at 7:22 GMT
Here is one of the most busiest footbridge in HK. People kept moving fast and the cars were moving at 80+ km/h. good for testing how well the multiple gopro cams got sync together with the wifi remote.

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The shot was taken by out reaching the cam rig with a monopod. There were still many stitching errors but it's good enough to freeze a scene in one take. Lost the sky detail as the cams didn't capable to take HDR shots.

one quick question: if I enabled HDR stitching in ptgui, the color may get better but the image alignment was changed as well. Is there anyway to lock the alignment and fix the color issue? thx.
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kasenyee

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Location: Toronto, Canada
Registered: 22 Jun 2012
Re: Testing my new oneshot 360 with gopro
Posted: 7 May 2013 at 13:47 GMT
how did you shoot this? any BTS images of your rig?
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DennisS

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Location: Los Anglels, United States
Registered: 1 Sep 2007
Re: Testing my new oneshot 360 with gopro
Posted: 7 May 2013 at 14:06 GMT
You do not need HDR to fix the sky.

Shoot RAW, expose the sky properly, then bring up the shadows during the .tif conversion.

This is probably the best "one shot" solution I have seen to date. Well done. In the low res image you posted I could not see many stitching errors. I am sure in the high res version you can see them.

Keep at it. This solution looks very promising.
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Hugh

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Location: Towcester, United Kingdom
Registered: 24 Aug 2012
Re: Testing my new oneshot 360 with gopro
Posted: 7 May 2013 at 18:28 GMT
Nice one Zugarich,

How many GoPros did you use?
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kodimullai

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Location: TRICHY, India
Registered: 28 May 2013
Re: Testing my new oneshot 360 with gopro
Posted: 28 May 2013 at 5:49 GMT
I didn't used this yet.
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