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Theta image quality issue

Postby smartview360ltd » 03 Dec 2014, 22:56

I notice that image quality is rather grainy. Even at ISO100 set manually the image is grainy and pixilated. Is there any that can be done to improve the image quality?
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Re: Theta image quality issue

Postby uluminous » 22 Feb 2015, 22:37

using the manual mode and adjusting settings has really enhanced my shots to an acceptable point aside from really dark settings.
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Re: Theta image quality issue

Postby tt_sven » 27 Apr 2015, 16:58

Light. Use lots of light in your scenes. It helps somewhat against grainy images.
However, the resolution is just on the low side, if you look at the images on a large monitor it just won't look good.
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Re: Theta image quality issue

Postby IsabeTro » 27 Jun 2018, 07:54

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Re: Theta image quality issue

Postby megantaylor » 01 Sep 2018, 07:12

That’s because the real, complete video is panoramic, but you are looking just into a small, cropped portion of it, simulating a visual field. So, for example, if the original 360° video has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, you would see just a portion of it in some direction. A visual field of 60° would deliver a final window with about 320 x 180 pixels in our example.

Improvement on the current technique would come with better video capacity (4k, 8k, etc) and faster internet to support that amount of data streaming.

Or some new, server-side optimization technique.
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Re: Theta image quality issue

Postby AnilKosti » 17 Mar 2019, 09:46

That’s because the real, complete video is panoramic, but you are looking just into a small, cropped portion of it, simulating a visual field. Light. Use lots of light in your scenes. It helps somewhat against grainy images.
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Re: Theta image quality issue

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Re: Theta image quality issue

Postby VitaliyJoness » 26 Mar 2019, 07:45

u try to change quality in PS?
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Re: Theta image quality issue

Postby MaxAnderson » 12 Apr 2019, 20:40

If you will convert image sin adobe premier the quality of images will remain same.

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Re: Theta image quality issue

Postby mughal125 » 16 Apr 2019, 11:50

smartview360ltd wrote:I notice that image quality is rather grainy. Even at ISO100 set manually the image is grainy and pixilated. Is there any that can be done to improve the image quality?

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Re: Theta image quality issue

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