04-14-2019 08:59 PM
So I found a similar thread on the same topic: https://community.gopro.com/t5/Cameras/GoPro-Fusion-Blurred-ring-stitching/td-p/281330
Somehow it is marked solved but fastpeak01042 clearly says it's not solved in the last message.
I have this terrible stitch line when using the iphone app, either in preview or after it rendered. However, what I noticed is if I import the same footage onto the Fusion Studio desktop app, it stitches fine (way better). Now the problem is with the app, I can do overcapture with my phone moving around, which is nice. On Fusion Studio however, it doesn't even allow me to set keyframes. So once the camera angle is set, it is fixed for the entire length of the video.
I'm posting to ask for any alternatives to this current situation. Be it a 3rd party stitching app that can work with iPhone and Fusion, or a 3rd party overcapture app. Thanks!
04-14-2019 11:27 PM
As far as getting the best results, you really need Adobe Premiere Pro which accepts the Fusion plugins. With Adobe Premiere you can easily keyframe different camera angles.
04-16-2019 01:14 AM
Thanks for the suggestions. I think the main thing here is how natural the camera movement is when using my phone to frame the overcapture shots. I understand using the desktop app and premiere gives me more control, but it is very time consumming if I were to make it as smooth. Maybe you'd know of any way I can stitch the video using the Fusion Studio and then load it onto my phone to do overcapture?