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Carlos Gessler

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  1. Hi Joao Gabriel, Thanks a lot for reaching out! Likely your name convention is not set as [baseName]_[frame].[ext] and for this reason, your tiffs are not being recognised as sequence. What I recommend is to open you Name Convention field in your input media property node (your watcher in your case) and set it like this: Please, let me know if it worked. Cheers! Carlos
  2. Hi Ken, Thanks a lot for reaching out! Due to the insta360 pro 2 mapping, the best way to keep all your information is by setting the render vertical size as close as possible to your vertical shots size. In this way, if your shots are, for example: 3200x2400 I recommend to set your render as 4800x2400 (because 4800 is twice 2400, and if you keep your vertical as 2400, your horizontal must be 4800 to keep the 2:1 recomended aspect ratio for Latlong images. Talking about the target device, it depends on the device and your purposes. In the case of Oculus, I recommend to export to HEVC codecs, because .mov (as far as I remember, maybe it has changed) are not supported by Oculus, and HEVC will offer you the best results interms of resolution and performance inside the headset. I hope it´s useful! Please, do not hesitate to ask anything if you need further assistance 🙂 Cheers! Carlos
  3. Hi Ken, Thanks a lot for reaching out! You can try to modify the Yaw/Pitch/Roll parameters on the output camera panel. In this way you will be able to modify your front or repositioning your shot. This tutorial may help you: To zoom in/out your camera, you can change the mapping to "planar rectilinear" in your output camera tab, and then, you´ll be able to set your focal lengh (But remember that you´ll lost some parts of the image. Have a nice day! Carlos
  4. Hi Jay, Thanks a lot for reaching out! We´ve received your message in our support portal so let me paste the reply I sent you via support portal 🙂 "In the case you have a different computer to send files there is a parameter that "force checking". This parameter is located at the Watcher node "Force check". Just set the number of second you want to the Watcher check for changes inside the folder. It should make work your workflow. Please let me know if it worked for you. Cheers! Carlos"
  5. Hi cthastings, Thanks a lot for reaching out! Could you please open a ticket in out support portal? https://support.sgo.es/support/home In this way we can follow personally your case. Have a nice day! Carlos
  6. Hi Mikel, Thanks a lot for reaching out! Yes, it is possible in Mistika VR 🙂 - The first thing is to import your footage every times as the lens you have. So if you have two lenses, just import your footage two times. - Then select the first camera and open "Input cameras" tab. Click on Split and a dropdown menu will show you different options: - In your case please select Top half. It will split your image and will delete the bottom half lens. - Now select the another camera and split it as Bottom Half to get it. Now you have the lenses splited and separated in two cameras 🙂 I hope it's useful! Please let me know if it worked for you. Cheers! Carlos
  7. Hi Jay, Thanks a lot for reaching out! You are right, I'm searching the preset but I've not found it. Don't worry, I can create a preset for your camera 🙂 Just open a ticket in our support portal sending us a sample of your camera and I'll create a preset for you. https://support.sgo.es Cheers! Carlos
  8. Hi Grunken, Thanks a lot for reaching out! In Mistika you can change your cameras focal length inside the VR Stitch FX via Camea Defaults or Input Camera. Camera Defaults affects all the cameras on your VR Stitch. And input cameras affects the cameras focal length individually. However, if a different value from the default is set in input camera, default camera won´t affect to this specific camera. Please, try it and if further assistance is needed do not hesitate to open a ticken in our support portal: support.sgo.es where you can send us the .env and we´ll happily take a look 🙂 Have a nice week! Carlos
  9. Hi ShyBoy, Thanks a lot for reaching out! And I´m sorry for the delay. Of course I can guide you to the right direction 🙂 And you are right, you need to split the Qoocam file. In this way, Mistika Boutique offers you "Switch to Second Video track" feature, located on Edit/Macros/Switch to second video track. Let me explain the process: - Import your Qoocam footage. - Open your clip and change your result size to "input": - As the file is composed by two tracks, duplicate your media in order to get your Qoocam file two times in your Timeline. To do this, just press alt while drag and dropping the file. Place your copy below the original. - Select your copy and click on Switch to second video track. The second video track will be revealed. - Put a VR stitch grouping your two clips and select the Qoocam preset 🙂 I hope it´s useful! Please, let me know if it worked for you. Cheers! Carlos
  10. Hi! Thanks a lot for reaching out! In which software need to create the Keyframes? Mistika VR or Mistika Boutique/Ultima? Here you have the explanation about the keyframes in Mistika VR, however, I can explain you how to create in Mistika Boutique/Ultima: To animate any parameter, just right-click on the parameter and click on add keyframe (In the edge points case, select the Yaw or pitch in the Edge points tab, it will keyframing both parameters). You´ll notice that the parameter turns blue. (It indicates that it´s animated). The keyframes are painted as a little arrow in your timeline. When you have more than one (the parameter is animated) you´ll notice a blue line that connects the keyframes. To navigate between the keyframes just "Shift+right" or "shift+left" or by clicking: To delete it, just navigate to your keyframe (The parameter turns green). Right-click and select "Remove keyframe": I hope it´s useful!! Cheers! Carlos
  11. Hi! Thanks a lot for reaching out! This circle likely is the part of the 360º sphere that the lenses couldn´t capture. In some cameras, the fisheye lenses can´t cover the entire 180º in top and bottom, so, when you do the stitching, this lack is shared by the rest of the lens and causes the black circle on top and bottom. To make sure, you can send me the media that causes these black circles. Please, open a ticket in our support portal: https://support.sgo.es In this way, we can be sure that this is the reason or there is another reason. Have a nice day Carlos
  12. Hi again Javier. I´ve been talking with Dev team. How are you importing the audio. It is embedded on the media clip or are you importing it individually and then, inserting it by using the transcoder audio input? Thank you very much! Looking forward to your answer! Carlos
  13. Hi Javier, Thanks a lot for reaching out! Please, let me talk with the Dev Team about your question. And I´ll get back to you tomorrow :D Have a nice day! Carlos
  14. Yes, I´m afraid that the NVidia codecs are not available in trial version. I´m so sorry. Please, do not hesitate to contact us via forum or Support Portal if you have more questions or issues. Have a nice weekend! Carlos
  15. Hi sm00th, Thanks a lot for reaching out! Which subscription have you purchased? On the other hand, this graphic card is older to be supported in NVidia options, however, please, try to download and install the last driver. If there are possibilities to be supported, it has be by installing the last driver. Have a nice day! Carlos
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