@ElizzaRF Thanks a lot for the support, and quick reply!
Before I posted my first comment, I used Get Target All Transformand to select the camera, but it didn’t seem to recognize, or update the connection between the two objects. (By the way, I’m using 4.25.1 version).
But anyways, I managed to get a capture working in the meantime by adding the “Camera_Point_360” object itself into the Sequencer like in the video link you provided, and managed to export a nice panoramic sequence. So this method seems to be working fine!
The tutorial you linked, by attaching “Camera_Point_360” to a CineCameraActor in the Sequencer, and deactivating the Track also works. Regarding this method: is it possible to animate camera exposure? I can’t add Camera Component to “Camera_Point_360”, and it does not seem to adapt animated exposure from the CineCameraActor.
Neither adding PostProcessVolumes to the level, seems to have effect on the rendered output.
Also, a question: Is it possible to narrow the Field of View, for Dome Camera, or VR180_Stereo outputs?
We are making a VR animation for Oculus Go, which seems to have an upper limit of video resolution 3840x3840 or 5760x2880, which does not seems to be enough for a VR180, so I’m thinking of projecting the rendered video on a smaller segment of a sphere (for example 135° by 135°), so like this we can make a better use of Oculus Go’s maximal video resolution.
Of course I can capture a full 180° at a higher resolution, and crop the image sequence afterwards in a video editing software to have a more narrow field of view, I’m just wondering if there is a more effective workflow for this.
Thanks for the great plugin and for the support in advance!