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Eliminating fisheye- PLEASE HELP !

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Shawn8202, Aug 8, 2014.

  1. Shawn8202

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    Hello everyone ..


    Does anyone know of a way to eliminate or edit out the fisheye effect? I can't seem to rid myself of it ...

    PLEASE HELP !!
     
  2. BaldEagle

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    Shawn - 1. the latest Adobe Lightroom has a lens adjustment that will fix the fisheye if you have LIghtroom. 2. Photoshop will fix video. It takes time to render but it works well using a similar lens adjustment. 2. If you Google for non-Lightroom/Photoshop options, there are quite a few videos on Youtube out there.
     
  3. cahutch

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    Video or Stills?

    You can adjust the field of view in 1080 video to medium or narrow FOV
    In 720 video it's always wide angle.
    In still images it's always wide angle but easy to fix with Photoshop or GIMP.
     
  4. Shawn8202

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    I am looking to get rid of the fisheye in video. I use lightroom for fixing still photos.

    Thanks
     
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  6. Shawn8202

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    Thank you but I use a mac
     
  7. nhoover

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    Oh, forgot to mention: when I tried the free trial version, it didn't really work. But I saw some examples online and decided to buy it and it works great. Using the "Generic GoPro" profile.
     
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    Shawn, do you use premier pro cc? If so, there is a preset filter specifically for the Phantom. This corrects the fisheye fairly well. You can see an example on my video, here: https://vimeo.com/102739921
     

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    I just downloaded and tried the go pro software but the fish eye removal is not in the option list.
     
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    The GoPro software only works on videos produced by GoPros.
     
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    I use final cut pro x and there are a million little plug ins that you can download to do almost anything.
     

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    thanks, not really used FCP, normally use iMovie.

    will give it a go.

    thanks
     
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    Mod edit: if this is free, please post a legitimate (non-TPB) link.
     
  14. Koz

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    I use ProDrenaline 1.0 and it does a good job with both photos and video. It has a lot of different camera profiles and depending upon what format I shoot (wide acreen, narrow, large picture, etc.) I experiment with the different profiles to see which looks better for the video or photo I am editing. For example, the profile for the Panasonic HX-A500 1080 worked well for me when I stitched together photos for a panoramic shot.
     
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    Thanks, just getting a demo version to look at.
     
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    KDEnlive, a free non-linear video editor, has a nice defish effect that works really well.

    For stills, GIMP will do a good job or defish'ing too.
     
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    I use Gimp 2 - http://www.gimp.org/

    After download go to Filters - Distort - Lens Distortion and correct the picture the way you like. Easy and effective! :)
     
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    Here is how I do it. Really easy with the free software for Go Pro Studio --> http://youtu.be/N6UdbX2Shyg
     
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    But that does not work with the vision plus camera
     
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    You don't really need a demo of anything, just go to piratebay and download which ever program you want for free. Final cut pro, adobe programs, any of them really, test them all out and pick your favorite.