How to stitch video and measure fps in a 360 video panorama?

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How to stitch video and measure fps in a 360 video panorama?

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Hi all
I am new to panotools. Thanks for such a good tool. I am trying to stitch a video and then measure the fps. I know i can convert the video into frames and use panotools to stitch the frames
Is there a free tool to do this? If not; what are you using? The commercial tools are a bit expensive

How can i measure the video fps?

Thanks

Enrique
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Re: How to stitch video and measure fps in a 360 video panorama?

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Enrique,

I have VideoStitch now so I have not tried the PTGui10 with graphic card
stitching at creating videos with batch. I got some very good results switching
from PTGui version 9 to VideoStitch.

PTGui 9 batch 1 frame every 4 seconds
VideoStitch using old graphics card 3 frames per second.
VideoStitch after upgrading graphics card 15 frames per second.

Speed is not the only thing to consider for a dedicated video stitching
software. With VideoStitch you also get:
  - Synchronizes the videos to ensure they all line up. This gets harder to do
by eye when lots of cameras are involved.
  - Corrects for color and exposure though out the video smoothing changes.
  - Stabilize the video removing camera shake.
  - Ability to write to a video file directly.
- View a preview video interactively
- Seams that do not move around from one frame to the next. They hide better
this way.

If by fps you want to know the source fps then the properties or EXIF data of
the file should include this.

MPRemap is a panotools utility to remap a video file from one format to another.
With a promise of being updated soon to include stabilization.
http://webuser.hs-furtwangen.de/~dersch/


Jim

On 2015-01-25 5:20 PM, Enrique Molano [hidden email] [PanoToolsNG] wrote:

> Hi all
> I am new to panotools. Thanks for such a good tool. I am trying to stitch a video and then measure the fps. I know i can convert the video into frames and use panotools to stitch the frames
> Is there a free tool to do this? If not; what are you using? The commercial tools are a bit expensive
>
> How can i measure the video fps?
>
> Thanks
>
> Enrique
>
>
> ------------------------------------
> Posted by: Enrique Molano <[hidden email]>
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>


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