I have a ThetaV camera on which I shot about 20 minutes of video footage. Unfortunately, the recording did not stop properly, and although I can see the dual-hemisphere footage just fine in VLC (for example), the Ricoh-Theta application to convert the original footage to a spherical projection does not “recognize” the footage as original (so it will not convert it).
Does the group have some suggestions on how this footage can be salvaged, either by updating the metadata, or by using a different VR stitching program?
I may have found an answer to my own question, thanks to Sam Rohn in another thread.
He mentioned Mistika VR as an option. I used the trial version and discovered there were presets for the ThetaV camera. So it looks good so far…
Will need a license to do the final render. Fingers crossed :)
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