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Fish eye correction

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Craigiebhoy, Sep 14, 2014.

  1. Craigiebhoy

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    Hi all

    What is the best and best value software for correcting lens distortion in video clips
    From my phantom vision plus
    I have photoshop cs5.1 and Lightroom 5 but there does not seem to be
    An option (or I can't find it ) for video only single images

    Any info appreciated
     
  2. Davekyn

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    For Photos - in PS - I have CS6

    goto to FILTER
    then select -> adaptive wide angle ...

    On the right hand side in the correction drop down box select Fisheye and hit enter.

    You can repeat the process again if you like.

    Alternatively - you can simply left click and then click again to make a straight line across the picture and then his enter and also repeat that process.

    Google and or Youtube Photoshop Cs5 Fishey lens correction or similar.
     
  3. damoncooper

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    Adobe Premiere Pro CC has built in Phantom Vision and GoPro lens distortion removal. Works wonders.
     
  4. Davekyn

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    Cool I have that software too -

    Any chance you could please direct me to that setting. Admittedly I do use primarily AAE and lack knowledge of Premier ... sounds like a good time to start learning.
     
  5. InterMurph

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    In Premiere Pro CC:
    • Click on the Effects tab of the project panel
    • Open up the Presets header
    • Open up the Lens Distortion Removal header
    • Open up the DJI header
    • Open up the Phantom 2 Vision header
    • Drag the appropriate resolution (almost certainly 1080) onto the P2V+ video clip in the timeline
    This effect will almost certainly bring playback to a crawl on your system. When I use this effect, I disable it for normal editing and playback, then enable it for export.
     
  6. Bighorn05

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    Awesome, I had no idea it was built into Premiere, I was using the GoPro software, you just saved me one step in editing!!! Thanks