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    Originally posted by diak345 View Post
    how to export 360 video.
    i tryed turorial(tutorial 1.camera 360 sequencer quick setup)
    but, all exporting png images are distorted like this.

    I used gtx 1060 g6
    Good day, diak345!
    Tell us more, what is your problem?

    I have another lesson on setting up the Sequencer.
    Sequencer no animation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okfRmZjPxbM

    and

    Sequencer + Animation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=208X6bFEAwI

    I don't quite understand. I see that the picture is very dark, you need to configure Post Process - > Exposure.

    Very strange, the posts on the forum do not always appear on time. I saw Your message just now.

    Can you send a sample project to my email?
    All within the framework of confidentiality, after assistance is provided, all projects are deleted.

    You can write me an email Lenina62-ivan@mail.ru ?
    Last edited by ElizzaRF; 10-07-2019, 03:27 AM.

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      News 10/28/2019. Release Update 1.13 fix 4.

      Please Exit Epic Launcher and Restart, and Update Camera 360.


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      Now you can resize the texture size for rendering in one click. The option is experimental as textures are created dynamically. If you want to add focal length, or custom post process, range through the sequencer, You will not succeed and the option must be disabled and then you need to do the texture change manually, in the standard way https://youtu.be/7EMAmT572w0?t=258 .

      I remind you that all my video examples use a texture size of 4096 px. This allows you to get a very high quality picture.

      You can choose the size of the texture that suits you.
      Last edited by ElizzaRF; 10-28-2019, 04:57 PM.

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        Hi ElizzaRF! I am wondering if the cross eye effect when turning the camera in a 360 3D Video has been fixed? I am currently using 360 Camera_Stereo, but as long I turn my head, the stereoscopy effect is lost.

        Many thanks!

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          Originally posted by Jose I Rodriguez View Post
          Hi ElizzaRF! I am wondering if the cross eye effect when turning the camera in a 360 3D Video has been fixed? I am currently using 360 Camera_Stereo, but as long I turn my head, the stereoscopy effect is lost.

          Many thanks!
          Hi, Jose I Rodriguez!

          I hope I understand correctly.

          You mean link forum theme. And
          This is a known problem that many are trying to solve. Here is a more (link) detailed description of the problem of all 360 3D videos

          I'm thinking about it, but there's no solution yet.

          Tell us, You have an example video that takes 3D into account when turning. This would be very useful for 3D experiments.

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            Originally posted by ElizzaRF View Post

            Hi, Jose I Rodriguez!

            I hope I understand correctly.

            You mean link forum theme. And
            This is a known problem that many are trying to solve. Here is a more (link) detailed description of the problem of all 360 3D videos

            I'm thinking about it, but there's no solution yet.

            Tell us, You have an example video that takes 3D into account when turning. This would be very useful for 3D experiments.
            Hi! Yeah, yeah, thats the issue. So there is no solution yet?

            Using my tests, I found that video as it seems to be play more or less well with Stereo 360: (I downloaded it though to make my own experiements)
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ux0y1b7JRRQ

            Hope that helps!

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              Originally posted by Jose I Rodriguez View Post

              Hi! Yeah, yeah, thats the issue. So there is no solution yet?

              Using my tests, I found that video as it seems to be play more or less well with Stereo 360: (I downloaded it though to make my own experiements)
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ux0y1b7JRRQ

              Hope that helps!
              Thanks, I looked. This is very useful, there is something to think about. Honestly, I can't say how they did it. I think there was work done with adobe premiere or some other video editor. If I can learn anything on the subject, I will write to you.

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                Thank you! Please keep me updated as a 360 video 2D looks so plain that, immo, is not worth it

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                  When I set camera in smoke there is a clear borderline on picture ,how to Solve this

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                    Hey,

                    I just bought the pack. I just wanted to ask about the workflow of capturing a 360 video render. I want to capture a 4K resolution 75FPS video that is 3 minutes long. I want to start the video capture through blueprint, let's say a keyboard click for now. How would I go about this the quickest and least painful way? It is for VR by the way.

                    Oh and last bit of information, my camera component right now is following a custom spline. I'd like to record from that camera's world position and rotation perspective.

                    Best Regards,

                    Jem
                    Last edited by Metaverum; 11-13-2019, 08:08 AM.

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                      Originally posted by 橙月X View Post
                      When I set camera in smoke there is a clear borderline on picture ,how to Solve this
                      Hi! Unreal Engine 4 has its own features. Are you using a particle system as smoke?

                      Try to use a 3D model of the smoke. Each particle looks towards the camera, in our case we have 6 cameras at different angles, because of this there is a seam visibility. Or try using smoke in places where there is no seam.

                      In camera 360 actor there is a check mark, show debug borders.

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                        Originally posted by Metaverum View Post
                        Hey,

                        I just bought the pack. I just wanted to ask about the workflow of capturing a 360 video render. I want to capture a 4K resolution 75FPS video that is 3 minutes long. I want to start the video capture through blueprint, let's say a keyboard click for now. How would I go about this the quickest and least painful way? It is for VR by the way.

                        Oh and last bit of information, my camera component right now is following a custom spline. I'd like to record from that camera's world position and rotation perspective.

                        Best Regards,

                        Jem
                        1. I want to start the video capture through blueprint, let's say a keyboard click for now.?

                        Watch the video tutorial. Initially, don't forget to set the folder for your images, frame rate and texture resolution.
                        For best quality settings - Render Target = 4096 px ( link settings ) and size image 7680x7680. To use blueprints to record, You need to use the HighResShot system https://youtu.be/J7uEiOhkH8o . Initially, you can start your project with the Play button, then at the right moment press the R-button to start recording the rendering in 360.

                        2. Oh and last bit of information, my camera component right now is following a custom spline. I'd like to record from that camera's world position and rotation perspective.

                        you can click on the camera point 360 actor and specify a tracking target, such as your actor, which is attached to the spline.

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                        3. I just bought the pack. I just wanted to ask about the workflow of capturing a 360 video render. I want to capture a 4K resolution 75FPS video that is 3 minutes long.

                        You can also use the Sequencer system. Watch the video tutorials, I'm sure they will help you and give answers to your questions.

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