01-10-2018 05:31 AM - last edited on 03-27-2018 04:47 PM by jefft
Currently Fusion Studio only supports static OverCapture perspective- either little planet or fish-eye, with no option to track/pan/zoom. I've been working around this but rendering full 360 videos and then using other software to do this. Even the free b insta360 and Garmin VIRB desktop programs can do this with the 360 stitched video from Fusion Studio.
However, I would prefer to be able to do it all in Fusion Studio itself, and not have to render and then use a different 3rd party program for dynamic OverCapture.
Is there ever going to be Keyframe support in Fusion Studio to allow ease-in/out and perspective changes when rendering?
01-10-2018 04:01 PM
Thanks for the feedback. I don't have any information about future enhancements, but will pass along your suggestion. In the meantime, other apps like Adobe Premiere may be able to do this for you.
01-11-2018 08:59 AM - edited 01-11-2018 09:00 AM
Currently I use Cyberlink PowerDirector 16 for all 360 editing, including OverCapture keyframing. It is quite good at it and was only a one time payment of roughtly $50 on its frequent sales. For my edits, I really don't need Adobe Priemiere level pro software (or want to deal with the monthly fee). The one big drawback is that PowerDirector supports max 4K resolution and stereo audio only.
Fusion Studio 1.1 update is excellent. The Full Stabilizaiton and GoPro color tweaks are significant and putting GoPro as iindustry best. If it added keyframe support, I would be able to get full benefit of the 5.2K resolution and spatial audio when rendering 1080p HD overcapture clips. Hence my interest in this support.
01-18-2018 03:35 PM
I would love to see these keyframes in Fusion Studio as well, or plugins for other edit software.
I am currently have big troubles with keyframing Overcapture in premiere.
The first clip is great. But when I add a second clip and add the reframe effect on it it seems to have the same keyframes than the first clip BUT there are no keyframes and all the changes I do do not have an impact on the second clip.
I already upgraded windows from 8.1 to windows 10. I updated premiere pro from 2017 to 2018. I reinstalled the plugins and fusion studio several times. I also reinstalled premiere pro. It is always the same. I cannot keyframe a second clip like I want to.
Do you have an idea?
01-22-2018 08:37 AM