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Creating 360 degrees pictures.

theoaristi53

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Hello everyone,

I created the following picture with my Mavic air. I would like to ask what should I do from there? Should I use a special software package to create something like this?

DJI_0427.JPG



Thanks,
Theo.
 

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If you have an interest in stitching images you may find PTGUI is a good investment.

If you aren’t already use manual exposure for all frames in the set. You have some really obvious issues in that image that make it look strange (unnatural).
 

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No, you just need to view it with the proper software that maps it to a sphere. Gopro VR player for example.
 
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Hello everyone,

I created the following picture with my Mavic air. I would like to ask what should I do from there? Should I use a special software package to create something like this?

Theo.
You can use "kuula" to make it a 360 like this out of your file:
file

but it cost $12 month for the program & the hosting etc.
Your file is only 308 k. SkyPixel was taking forever to upload anything, but it's free.
Kuula will upload a 68 meg file in about 10 seconds and it looks a lot better.
Like this one I did the other day of a retirement home:
 

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I'm pretty happy with Kuula. Also someone in the forum recently suggested LizardQ and I love it. It's a small desktop application that displays 360 deg panos. Maneuver the pano to the orientation you like and right click it to a screenshot.