08-26-2018 12:36 PM - edited 08-26-2018 12:37 PM
On a serious note though, I was thinking of getting myself a Fusion, but now it looks like I would have to replace my desktop as well. Disconcerting.
Is there an alternative way of processing 360 degree images within Windows 7 environment? I understand that 4K video is out of question, right?
08-30-2018 03:57 PM - edited 08-30-2018 04:00 PM
The GoPro Fusion Studio App imports, stitches, colors and renders your content
Fusion’s two lenses are offset and have an overlap of what they shoot. This allows the GoPro Fusion Studio App or the GoPro app to analyze the content to create the best stitch possible.
That being said, the application requires a software and a hardware with high processing powers.
08-31-2018 02:51 AM
08-31-2018 02:57 AM
i7 quad core or better
32 GB DDR4 RAM
NVIDIA GTX 1060 (1080 is much better)
256 GB SSD (get as big of an SSD as you can)
Avoid any computer with specs less than this and DO NOT get a computer with a 5,200 rpm hard drive. You need SSD.
08-31-2018 06:20 AM
I do have iPhone SE. It is similar to iPhone 6 by specs.
It converts two fish-eye images from LG R105 into equi-rectangular one on the fly, while transporting the images from camera to iPhone over WIFI.
Do you sugget I can do something similar with the Fusion although understandably slower?