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Hello guys I need some help. I took some spherical or 360 photos with my mavic 3 today. Came home and saw all the photos in the panorama folder. I am trying to find out how I can edit each photo, what i can use to stitch the photos together and then upload the completed 360 photo to facebook. I am using windows. I will appreciate if someone can share there process with me, thanks in advance
 
Hello guys I need some help. I took some spherical or 360 photos with my mavic 3 today. Came home and saw all the photos in the panorama folder. I am trying to find out how I can edit each photo, what i can use to stitch the photos together and then upload the completed 360 photo to facebook. I am using windows. I will appreciate if someone can share there process with me, thanks in advance
you can try Panovolo (www.panovolo.com) - we just released a new version today. To stitch a fully spherical pano, select a directory where your panorama images are located. Select "Spherical" panorama type and Straighten Horizon options. Do not select autocrop. You can stitch either JPEG or DNG images. If you use dngs, the output format will be 16bit TIFF and the panorama will be many hundreds of MB. If you select JPEGs for your input, Panovolo will output JPEG panorama. You can get a 30 day trial version by requesting it on our site. Happy flying.
 
you can try Panovolo (www.panovolo.com) - we just released a new version today. To stitch a fully spherical pano, select a directory where your panorama images are located. Select "Spherical" panorama type and Straighten Horizon options. Do not select autocrop. You can stitch either JPEG or DNG images. If you use dngs, the output format will be 16bit TIFF and the panorama will be many hundreds of MB. If you select JPEGs for your input, Panovolo will output JPEG panorama. You can get a 30 day trial version by requesting it on our site. Happy flying.
Thanks will give this a shot
 
you can try Panovolo (www.panovolo.com) - we just released a new version today. To stitch a fully spherical pano, select a directory where your panorama images are located. Select "Spherical" panorama type and Straighten Horizon options. Do not select autocrop. You can stitch either JPEG or DNG images. If you use dngs, the output format will be 16bit TIFF and the panorama will be many hundreds of MB. If you select JPEGs for your input, Panovolo will output JPEG panorama. You can get a 30 day trial version by requesting it on our site. Happy flying.
is the render times suppose to be more than an hour?
 
I took a 360 Pano with my Mavic 3 which was like 25 photos. I have a older six gen Intel CPU and 32 gigs DDR 3. I am thinking that should be enough. It says rendering 25 of 25 and just keeps rendering not sure why that's happening. I tried both DNG and jpeg. Rendering times waaay to long
 

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Lets not complicate things, I never ever let the drone stitch and waste my precious drone battery. I simply take pictures manually while overlapping them, very simple. I drop them in Microsoft ICE and within a minute it stitches them, crops and save them as Super High Rez. These pictures from this morning " Majestic Sunrise "
 

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Lets not complicate things, I never ever let the drone stitch and waste my precious drone battery. I simply take pictures manually while overlapping them, very simple. I drop them in Microsoft ICE and within a minute it stitches them, crops and save them as Super High Rez. These pictures from this morning " Majestic Sunrise "
I do that too sometimes, but I can't do the sphere pano.
 
Lets not complicate things, I never ever let the drone stitch and waste my precious drone battery. I simply take pictures manually while overlapping them, very simple. I drop them in Microsoft ICE and within a minute it stitches them, crops and save them as Super High Rez. These pictures from this morning " Majestic Sunrise "
I am new taking 360 photos. So i am trying to use the photos that the drone (Mavic 3) gives me. When i drop my 25 photos into Microsoft ICE it goes through its process, However, although I filmed at a high resolution for each photo in RAW, the finished stitched 360 pano is giving me a resolution of 4000 X 1633. I cant understand why the resolution is so small. By the way, I am trying to upload to facebook as my finished product. I am using nadirpatch.com to help with the proper metadata. I also noticed that when i upload to FB Iget black bars on both sides of the of the finished 360 photo. Can someone help me with a simple process to get this done? Thanks in advance
 
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