Kodak PixPro Drops New Stitching Software For SP360 4K Cameras

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I just received this and wanted to pass this along to the Kodak PixPro SP360 4k users out there. I especially like the addition of the waterproof housing stitching settings. I’ll report back after I test it.

We are pleased to announce the KODAK PIXPRO SP360 4K dual mounted cameras can now be stitched into a single 360° file using the newest version of the FREE PIXPRO 360 VR Suite Software (Mac 1.3.2.0 and Windows 1.3.3.1). The PIXPRO 360 VR Suite Software now supports both the ORBIT360 4K and SP360 4K photo and video files.

Newest Features Supported:

  • Horizontal correction capability
  • SP360 4K stitching capability
  • Trim/Export/Record interface
  • Snap Shot interface
  • Waterproof Housing stitching setting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can download this latest version of the PIXPRO 360 VR Software by simply clicking on PIXPRO Software downloads for PC/Mac.” 



2 comments on “Kodak PixPro Drops New Stitching Software For SP360 4K Cameras

  1. Erik on

    You may want to clarify the Waterproof Housing stitching setting. It’s actually been available for a while (even previous versions had it in calibration). I checked with JK Imaging after I read this, hopeful there was a workflow that included settings specific for the housing. Here’s what is really happening with the underwater housing.

    1. It’s not a dedicated setting. i.e. there’s no checkbox for “waterproof housing”.

    2. If you go under calibration, then choose a distance setting of 1.21 for both cameras, you’ll be pretty close but you will have a visible stitch line. This ability has been in previous versions of the pixpro software, most people just don’t know about it.

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    • al.caudullo on

      Erik

      You are indeed correct. When Kodak released the update this was one of the things that they highlighted. And truthfully, I’ve been so involved with the new Adobe CC 2018, that I haven’t gotten the chance to test the new Kodak stitching software out myself. It looks like you use it regularly. Thanks for the firsthand info.

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