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How to remove fisheye from video with iMovie?

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by GadgetRick, Jul 5, 2014.

  1. GadgetRick

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    Anyone know how to do this?
     
  2. Rizzo Media Factory

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    Unfortunately iMovie does not have lens correction in it. The Adobe products (Photoshop, Lightroom and Premiere) have the lens correction features that support the DJI lens profile.
     
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    I use a program called ProDrenalin and do the correction before importing to iMovie
     
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    Taking the video in the narrow mode eliminates most of the distortion
     
  5. GadgetRick

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    Thanks. I use LR/PS for my photography. I don't have Premiere so haven't used that. :(
     
  6. Rizzo Media Factory

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    If you have Photoshop CC, I believe you can import the video, add the lens correction then export it back out...
     
  7. GadgetRick

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    PS handles video? I didn't know that.

    I'll have to try it.

    Thanks.
     
  8. Rizzo Media Factory

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    It does, I think they added it in CS6... I don't use it, but I have seen video tutorials using that feature though. I believe it is to help aid in the Premiere workflow.
     
  9. GadgetRick

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    Absolutely correct. CS6 allows you to bring it in and use the lens correction filter. Wow! That's awesome!

    Thanks!