02-14-2020 09:30 AM
The current plugin (useable for the GoPro Max reframe) is available for Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe after Effects.
Are there also plugins available for the Davinci Resolve 16 software?
I believe that GoPro would make the world of reframing a lot easier if not only Adobe would be supported by a plug in.
Most users don't have Adobe since it's very expensive.
Any others suggestions are most welcome.
Ps...Any update when the GoPro Max reframing software for Windows will become available? I was hoping this would be a Valentine gift, but unfortunate I have not seen any info yet about launch and availability?
02-14-2020 11:55 PM
There is no GoPro "plugin" for the free version of Davinci...apparently the paid version has Fusion that has a reframe function.....
However, someone has developed one for the free version, I haven't tested it yet...http://reframe360.com/beta-download/?fbclid=IwAR2CT2jBAvzNaQ_6vle3zCUgmEbO_um4ZVBtl-T26O3UaCTOJuHGS8...
Here's good tutorial...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUhb52dKBuw
PS the Beta for GoPro Player for Windows is out to those that applied as beta testers, first iteration is just the player function....released yesterday, haven't had time to test it yet....
03-14-2020 10:06 PM
There is no reframe stuff in the paid version of Fusion that I've been able to see
and on OSX that reframe360 plugin doesn't work, sadly.
More and more people are ditching Premiere for any number of reasons including their price gouging methods and switching to Resolve. I'd hope the GoPro team would see this especially when buyers of their products include many beginners who would bypass Adobe.
I and many others would love to see an OFX version we can use in Resolve. And I just bought a Max yesterday lol
04-17-2020 04:13 PM
It does work! There is a beta version out there. You can get it here:
Once you download, unzip it into the following folder: /ProgramFiles/CommonFiles/OFX/Plugins. If you do not have "OFX/Plugins" folders in your CommonFiles - create one.
Once you have the plugin installed, open the Resolve... Then, to use the plugin, watch the following video for instructions:
04-23-2020 08:42 AM
The Reframe 360 plugin is not working with the latest version of DaVinci on Windows 10. Following the exact instruction you gave and the ones given in the video do not result with the plugin appearing in DaVinci. Either something has changed or the plugin is hidden in some mysterious way in DaVinci.
What version of DaVinci are you using and where are you finding the plugin? This is too good to be denied to all of us.
04-23-2020 04:03 PM
I am using Resolve 16.2. The plugin is available here:
04-27-2020 11:53 PM
I use Reframe360 plugin in Davinci Resolve Sudio 16.2.
I have a lot of problems with it ...
- if I use reframe360 plugin in the EDIT section the quality of the video is way lower than if I use reframe360 plugin in Fusion section
I have made a video to show the difference :
(look at the moutain on the top right corner)
every 4 sec I change the reframe360 method EDIT - FUSION - EDIT - FUSION etc ...
- If I use reframe360 with Fusion, I can't use camera sequence like in Edit section. It's not working.
And if I use keyframes instead of camera sequences, it's not working when I come back to EDIT section to show the results ....
Anyone can confirm the problems ?
NB : sorry for my english, I'm french ^^