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Tuesday, December 22nd 2015, 11:48pm

Looking for a free program to convert my Extreme fisheye photos/videos for VR?

Hey guys, I recently bought a Kogeto Dot and took its Extreme fisheye lense to use with my mobius camera so that i could record 360x180 degree video on my RC Plane. It works, however, I didn't think about the fact that I'm going to need some kind of program to turn these wierd looking videos into a panoramic video that can be used in youtube and also with a google cardboard. So what im asking is if anybody knows of such a program (the cheaper the better)? I don't know if Krpano can do this but even if it can its a bit expensive and also, I would like to be able to experiment with different programs.
Thank you.



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Friday, January 15th 2016, 3:43pm

Hello astroadrian99
I had a couple of solutions for your query, however it would be helpful if you could post a sample video to check it.


Sunday, April 3rd 2016, 5:59pm

I would like to know too!!~ i am trying to do the same thing.

I have two fisheye image (+180 degree)
Would like to find a way to auto convert it to VR ,

Thanks thanks



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Monday, April 4th 2016, 12:22pm

just use PTgui and create an equirectangular projection with this image alone... you will get half of the image in black... step beyond 360


Friday, April 8th 2016, 7:37am


the new krpano version can show fisheye videos directly without converting.

Source code

  <fisheye url="plugin:video" fov="180" align="..." crop="..." lenscp="..." /> 

See here:

For perfectly straighten and aligning the fisheye image, use PTGUI first once to get the image parameters (the fov, the cropping and the lens parameters).

Best regards,