08-15-2018 12:32 PM
I noticed that when stitching in Fusion Studio, some dynamic range is lost even when using "flat" mode. I thought about color correcting before stitching, bringing down the highlights in the clips so that when it runs through Fusion Studio the highlights don't clip. However even though I tried to match the codec best I could (AVC codec with same bit rate), and recreate the folder structure as coming out of camera and duplicating the other metadata files, Fusion Studio still doesn't read the files. The only difference I can tell is that the raw clips are (according the Quicktime) using "GoPro AVC Encoder" format, whereas my new clips are just "AVC Coding" format.
Is there a way for me to export my clips using "GoPro AVC Encoder", either through downloading the codec for use with Adobe Premiere, or is there any other way I can color correct raw Fusion video before stitching it in Fusion Studio?
09-10-2018 12:56 PM
11-01-2018 04:38 AM
did you manage to find out how to do this? im having the exact same issue as ive completed some visual effects on the raw and now need to get it back into the fusion software but cant make the codecs.
if you could let me know if you sorted it, it would be much aprechiated!!
01-23-2019 01:12 AM
Hi, if you're talking about video i found a solution. Not the h264 codec is the most important thing, it's the two metadata-tracks into the stream (of the front camera)
i use a app called "subler" (originally for adding suptitle-tracks to mp4) where i can replace only the video-content of the stream with a new (in my case denoised) and h264 encoded stream and leave the meta-data-tracks as they are.
BUT the worst thing is the color change in Fusion-Studio, which is not bypassable. So at the end for me, there is not lot of inprovent, because fusion studio kills the color with whatever setting you use.