12-21-2017 09:13 AM
has anybody else come across drifting footage ? i rendered a clip without changing anything from fusion studio ( because i wanted to move it around in post) i exported to adobe prem pro cc and when i play the clip it seems to drift around, i havent done anything to the clip or added any keyframes, its just raw, ive not even opened the reframe vr plugins yet ??
anyone with any ideas ?
12-21-2017 10:10 AM
What environment are you recording in? Is the Fusion camera handheld or mounted?
12-21-2017 11:17 AM
i could load the clip but it is a few minutes long and shot in 5.2K , i read the other thread, the footage was stabilised in render so i will try to render it again without the stabilisation on, it was shot on the tripod so it should be steady, the fusion studio plays it ok and it seems fine in 360, its only when i put it into adobe and play the video back, it seems to start to turn and point towards the bottom right of the screen, ive just tried to see if i can adjust it in prem pro, i can adjust the fov and this stops it but as soon as i try to something else or play the video after i have put a keypoint it it starts to drift again, will let you know what happens after i re render it without stabilisation
12-21-2017 11:55 AM
just rendered the clip this time without using stabilisation feature in fusion studio and this seems to have solved it for now, i am still playing around with the clip and seems to be working ish :/
any news on when there might be another update or if we will hear more about overcapture and fusion studio getting any better ??