Join Paul Taggart for an in-depth discussion in this video Stitching a VR movie in software, part of VR Video and Photography: Storytelling.
- So in the last movie, I showed you some of the…boring techniques that I use for the DIT process,…DIT being the downloading of all these cards,…and putting them on a hard drive and renaming them,…so we can get to what I'm going to show you now,…which is the much more exciting thing…of stitching together six individual video files…together into one flat image,…and also dealing with some of the color rendering…problems that come up with this.…So let's get to it.…
Now that we have all of our cards ingested,…and downloaded, and put onto this solid state drive,…we've got some file structure here.…So if we look at this window, ignore the top part,…'cause we don't need those files.…But you can see that I've got take one through eight.…So I've separated all those individual movies…into their individual takes,…so now the file for each take…from each one of these cameras is in one folder.…For this example, I'm going to go down here…to take number four.…We're going to open this up.…I've already processed this, just to save time here.…
You can watch the 360-degree VR movie that Paul created for this course on YouTube.
- Scouting locations
- Utilizing the VR rig
- Adding details and characters to a story
- Building a story arc
- Reviewing rendered VR files
- Stitching a VR movie in software
- Shooting VR of a big event
- Documenting the conclusion of a story