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Backpacker
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How To Edit/Export GoPro Fusion Videos On Final Cut Pro

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In This Video I'll Help You Get Started On Editing Your GoPro Fusion Videos With Final Cut Pro.

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In This Video I'll Help You Get Started On Editing Your GoPro Fusion Videos With Final Cut Pro. Learn More Here: https://community.gopro.com/t5/Cameras/How-T...
Tourist
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Re: How To Edit/Export GoPro Fusion Videos On Final Cut Pro

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Hi, thx for the video. I have a problem though : when I import my video from the fusion App (ProRes) on a 4k project in Final cut, the image is very bad quality, which is absolutely not the case if I import it in a 360° project. Do you have any idea why and what could be done ?

Tourist
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Re: How To Edit/Export GoPro Fusion Videos On Final Cut Pro

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Obviously I wonder if it is due to the fact that dragging a 360° video on a rectilinear project, leads to a "Zoom in" of some sort, but I thought, since it's a 4k ou 5K video, such a zoom in wouldn't affect the image that much. Moreover, when I try to export the project from Final Cut, the settings propose strange sizes like 1920x960, but not 1920x1080 !
Tourist
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Re: How To Edit/Export GoPro Fusion Videos On Final Cut Pro

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OK, I kept on runing some tests, it turns out that the quality of the image is quite bad when you create a rectilinear from a 360° video, even if the rectilinear project is a 4k on final cut. Widening the FOV gives obvisouly better quality to your "flat" video, whether you do it on final cut or Fusion Studio through "Overcaputure". I'm a bit disappointed about that, since I thought a 5,2k video would allow clean zoom in..