So I recently got my hands on a Theta S 360 camera so it’s been a learning curve for me.
Today marks the first day I’ve started to experiment with 360 VR Stop Motion. I connected my Theta S to my laptop for a live feed and loaded the camera up in DragonFrame. It works perfectly except for one thing. The preview separates the two 180 degree lenses from either side of the camera, and when after I export the video it still looks the same. Now my question is how do I get the video to have both lenses stitched together? Is there an easy way of achieving this?
you must use the theta desktop app for mac or windows (or mobile app for ios or android) to convert the unstitched clips to equirectangular format to see them stitched together, also note the live streaming apps on these pages
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