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Jonathan Mines
Fixing Stereoscopic disparity in 3D 360 footage?
on Feb 20, 2018 at 1:38:22 am

Hi all,

I'm editing an experimental stereoscopic 360 piece.

It appears some footage was shot with the camera being slightly askew and with the subjects too close to the camera. As can be seen below, the stereo effect is too exaggerated.




Without 360 it's not too complicated to correct, but simply adjusting the position of one piece of footage isn't enough to fix it in 360. As you can see below I can make certain parts of the image work, but it's always a compromise with the rest of the image. This approach feels clunky and unlikely to be the most elegant solution.





So does anyone have any tips on how to handle this kind of disparity?

The footage was shot on an insta360 pro and stiched in insta360stitcher


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Jonathan Mines
Re: Fixing Stereoscopic disparity in 3D 360 footage?
on Feb 26, 2018 at 8:58:55 pm

**bump**


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David Lawrence
Re: Fixing Stereoscopic disparity in 3D 360 footage?
on Feb 27, 2018 at 6:03:18 pm

Hi Jonathan,

This is a difficult problem to solve. You actually have two problems and I would start by breaking it down and dealing with each separately. First deal with your L/R horizons, then adjust your convergence.

I think your best bet for fixing with both is with Mistika VR. It has powerful tools designed specifically for these kinds of issues. You can download a free trial and see if it works for you. Good luck!

https://www.sgo.es/mistika-vr/

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