I have been using SPM for many years. I have been taking stereoscopic photos in 180 degrees for several years. Before that, I cut out the sensor area of approx 185 degrees and put the images together during the multi-conversion in SBS and adjust them automatically. 5 degrees are for the adjustment, 180 degrees should be the result. Maybe there is a code for fisheye adjustment? I am currently using the code for flat 3D. Is it also possible to output 180 degrees dual fisheye in dual equirectangular directly in batch processing? That would save me further work steps.|
| Masuji Suto 2020年8月10日(月) 9：06
I have two 3D180 cameras, the Qoocam and the Insta360 Evo, both of which offer an app to convert from fisheye to equirectangular.|
So I have no plans to add this feature in SPM.
I have created a web app that displays the fisheye SBS images from Qoocam and Insta360 EVO in 3D180 as is.
Qoocam fisheye SBS image is a mirror image, so if you disguise it as an Insta360 EVO image (by changing the extension to .insp), I think you will be able to display an ordinary fisheye SBS image as well. Of course, you can also adjust the angle.