02-28-2018 04:34 PM
I could not even get the GPR files to load. It looks like when you shoot "RAW" it is still taking a .jpg as well.
I have no problem with .tiff because I can use the RAW filter in Photoshop.
But yeah I was hoping the still image quality would be better.
I am shooting interiors of MotorHomes. Years ago I did full blown pano tours but the time and cost
and display issues finally killed that. I played with the Matterport but my boss said nah too
much....These are only going on FaceBook and for that the Fusion is fine.
02-28-2018 04:36 PM
I doubt a decent solution will come.
02-28-2018 05:05 PM
I hear you - I don't contract anymore so it is not that much of an issue.
The Go Pro Fusion would not be high quality enough to sell pano tours.
But with 360 video those might be a moot point anyway.
Plus Google really destroyed the market for independent pano tour sellers.
03-05-2018 12:17 AM
I have a solution to use the raw files.
1) Reveal the raw files in lightroom or photoshop and save the jpg
2) in windows (I do not know if in mac there is a similar software) open the original jpg of fusion in the software "paint" and use the option to paste from ... choose the modified jpg with lightroom and paste it over the original jpg of the gopro fusion.
3) Save the file and open it with fusion studio.
Now you will recognize the jpg.
The problem with this is it would be a very long job if you want to do timelaps, but it is valid for images.
I hope that gopro solve this issue
03-05-2018 04:39 AM
Hey, thanks for cheating this very strict acting Fusion Studio! - I tried it, but I had strange colours ...(?) I used also sRGB, 8Bit, but resulting jpg and/or tiff are looking strange... - kind of "wrong profile".