360° Camera (Omni) Stitching Made in March 2017

This Adobe slide will show you the basic steps in stitching footage from a 360° camera (Omni). This will be a step by step tutorial with photos using a Mac but you can also use a PC. This information and tutorial is currently relevant during March 2017 but may become outdated overtime.

You must upload your footage to your computer and Omni is very simple and convenient because it stitches most of the things for you. Try to place all your footage into one folder for organization.

Double click your Kava file and avp (auto video pro) will open up. Afterwards, you should click on the timeline where there are no people and is the closest to the start. Then drag the red and blue bar to that point, do the same to the opposite side. Then click on the timeline in the middle and press edit.

Once you get here click the image.

Now that your on this screen your set.

Click on control point editor and then click on quick optimization after that, exit from the window.

Unfortunately, I don't have the photo for this but if you press th move images move then you shift the horizon and background until it's straight. You can also use vertical tool and place lines where it's supposed to be straight

Now, click on edit color anchor and press auto at the top left hand corner then click on the check mark.

Now click on Levels and press auto again then, click on the check mark.

Now click on render and change the width to 4096 and the DPI to 300. Then change the files name and press the three dots to chose where to put the file. (The file will be a JPEG)

Exit out of the window and you go back to your AVP, then press render. Unfortunately, I don't have the photo of the settings but change the width to 4096 and the DPI to 300. Also change the name and location again. Finally change the preset to 4K then press render.

Open your JPEG file into PS (Photoshop) and either use the clone stamp or healing brush to cover the tripod also don't forget about shadows.

After your done, just save it.

After your AVP is rendered, put your JPG and rendered AVP into AI. For our school put the logo in there as well. Put it in the top left box. Then put two things into the bottom left box in the order of MP4 then JPG. Double click on the MP4 and using the pen tool, make a outline around everything but the tripod. Then tap the MP4 arrow then mask, then scroll around on feather until your preview looks good.

Then put the logo onto the bottom left box.

Fix the logo into the bottom like above but make sure it hangs over the edge by a slight margin

Unfortunately, we don't have a picture but press file, export, and add to render que. Press output to and fix your settings.

Congratulations, you just stiched your own video

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