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Need help fix fisheye mac software

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by freeskier989, Jul 18, 2014.

  1. freeskier989

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    Hello great group of knowledgeable people. Im new to the hobby and this forum but work as a digital marketer, so have every piece of software. What i need to know is how to best correct the lens curvature for the Vision+ in either Premiere (Mac) Final Cut (Mac) or any other mac based software. As far as i know, there has yet to be a camera profile for this one, and the old Vision profile doesnt seem to do the job, at least when im in photoshop. I cannot find the lens correction part of Premiere... any help or suggestions would be grand.

    Thank you and good piloting.

    Mark
     
  2. malacca

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    Final Cut Pro X and FCPEffects here. Love them.
     
  4. cougar

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    I use ProDrenalin on my MAC, great for this.
     
  5. happydays

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    I use Lightroom on a mac and it has a lens correction setting that recognises the P2V and V+ which are essentially the same camera.
     
  6. Mork

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    Or use Photoshop

    For video and Photo, automatic fisheye removal by selecting DJI Camera or even do it all by hand by drawing straight hor or vert lines inside your picture
     
  7. GadgetRick

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    You can correct it using Photoshop as well.