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Tourist
Posts: 3

stitching issue

When I render a movie in Fusion Studio stitching appears to have cut part out of the movie (appears if only front camera is taken). In the fusion studio edit page however the movie appears perfectly stitched. No idea if & what I could be doing wrong.

Hiker
Posts: 236

Re: stitching issue

Can you post an example pic or movie so we can see what the issue is?

Tourist
Posts: 3

Re: stitching issue

Adding example as attachment  appears to be a problem of it's own. Movies are rejected: get message that only jpg;gif or png are accepted as extensions. A Jpg is also not trivial, get message "The attachment photo_0242.jpg is too large and has been removed. The maximum file size is: 5,242,880 bytes."  :-(

Have found a solution now: when I add the photo or movie when "overcapture" is selected than only one camera is taken & both sides of photo / image are stitched together. Tried this by rendering directly from camera & rendering after downloading files to folder. Problem remains. In edit view it looked perfect. However if I add the photo or movie when "360" is selected studio appears to stitch both cameras.