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Stitching Box Tutorial
This function needs to connect Stitcher directly to insta360 Pro. The camera will stitch the tasks and save them to SD card once they are completed, which will not affect computer's performance.
(1) Please connect the camera in Stitcher under the "stitching box" panel.
(2) After successfully connection, files from the camera's SD/USB hard drive will be shown. Add files to the list to be stitched. The stitching will be completed within Insta360 Pro hardware, which will not occupy space or affect computer's performance.
(3) Stitching Box (stitching within camera) now only supports fundamental functions including stitching of photos (except for Raw) and videos. Other functions such as optical flow interpolation and super resolution can now be used only on the computer via stitching software. These new functions will gradually be added to Stitching Box through future updates.
The following video will be a tutorial in details teaching your how to use stitching box:
Video frame rate adjustment and optical flow interpolation
Previously, exported videos retains its original framerate, and does not allow any manual framerate changes in the Insta360 Stitcher. For example, a video shot with 8K at 30fps must be exported as 30fps. If framerate changes were needed, users were required to use third-party software to process. Now insta360 Stitcher supports videos being exported with the desired framerate.
We have provided a "output framerate" option for optical flow interpolation, which allows the framerate to be increased by two times during video export. For an example, a 120fps video can be exported as a 240fps video, while 60fps can be exported as a 30fps video as well.The following is a video tutorial giving you a detailed instructions on how to use optical flow interpolation.
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To correct the image with stitching gap in the top, you can use the zenith optimization function during preview in Stitcher.
To explain in details, this is a new function added to Stitcher.
When previewing the outcome stitching effect, you can turn on the zenith optimization function to optimize the stitching effect in the top. This is especially useful for images with obvious stitching gap in the top.
Let's take a look at the effect:
The Insta360 Pro can now produce 12K images using the burst function in 8K resolution. This function was developed to enhance the quality of still shooting. For best results, please use this function in a setting where movement is limited. This will diminish the possibility of moving objects creating undesirable stitching effects or shadows.
(1) Place the selected still burst photos in to Insta360 Stitcher. The "Super Resolution" option will appear in the sidebar on the right.
(2) After the selection confirmation, the original highest 8K resolution will increase by two grades, 8.2K for the best GearVR effect and another 12K. The default SR is 8.2K.
(3) Save the intended value in "super resolution setting". Create a task to export (original photos being the 8K bursts), and one 12K resolution photo will be produced.
Compared to the 8K original image on the left, the 12K super resolution image on the right show details with greater sharpness. This viewing perspective is close to that users see in headset.
With the image enlarged and the resolution boost to 700%, the 8K image on the left appear the mosaic phenomenon, while the 12K super resolution image on the right still retains clear with sharpness despite being zoomed in.
Tips: To attain the best super resolution image results, please make sure photos be taken in stationary. The more static the camera stays during shooting, the more clear the image will be. It has been proved that photo shot in an environment with minimal interruptive movement will achieve great image quality.
Check out the following demonstration video: