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Really could use some help with this...panoramic shots blur when enlarging
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Author:  rebooter [ Sat Aug 31, 2019 3:09 pm ]
Post subject:  Really could use some help with this...panoramic shots blur when enlarging

Hi team
Anyone help with this project?
I have stitched some photos (4K) together and wish to scroll from left to right as a montage - when loaded and stretched to fit the frame the pics blur out, any ideas why this is happening I’m using a 16.9
Frame aspect.
Much appreciated
J

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Author:  godanglego [ Wed Sep 04, 2019 12:42 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Really could use some help with this...panoramic shots blur when enlarging

A low resolution version is being used for ease of editing. When you export your video, you should see a high quality result.

To get the best preview image quality at the expense of speed:
Settings>preferences>preview>Best

Personally, I use the "fastest" setting.

"Proxy editing, also known as offline editing, is a technique used in video editing to make large files more manageable.

You essentially create low-quality copies of your high-quality raw footage, then use those low-quality “proxy files” during the editing process. When you’re ready to export, you replace the proxy files with their corresponding raw files."

https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/offline-video-editing/

Author:  rebooter [ Wed Sep 04, 2019 6:12 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Really could use some help with this...panoramic shots blur when enlarging

Quote:
A low resolution version is being used for ease of editing. When you export your video, you should see a high quality result.

To get the best preview image quality at the expense of speed:
Settings>preferences>preview>Best

Personally, I use the "fastest" setting.

"Proxy editing, also known as offline editing, is a technique used in video editing to make large files more manageable.

You essentially create low-quality copies of your high-quality raw footage, then use those low-quality “proxy files” during the editing process. When you’re ready to export, you replace the proxy files with their corresponding raw files."

Hey Godanglego
Thanks for all your advice on this, however even when I save in 4K it is still blurred, see pic , any other ideas?


https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/offline-video-editing/


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Author:  in7ermaster [ Thu Sep 05, 2019 7:01 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Really could use some help with this...panoramic shots blur when enlarging

Hi,

How did you stitch the images together? The images may have lost resolution in the process.
Try zooming in into the stitched picture outside of LumaFusion. Are the images blurred? What is the resolution of that image?

Also, to achieve that scrolling effect, you don’ Need to stitch them outside of LumaFusion first. You can use the original 4K images and create the motion in LumaFusion.

Cheers,

MVE
https://www.youtube.com/user/In7egral

Author:  rebooter [ Thu Sep 05, 2019 9:12 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Really could use some help with this...panoramic shots blur when enlarging

He Mve
Thanks for your answer and support, ok checked the resolution wasn’t being lost on stretching, and still there in 4K so no luck there.
This is the type of effect I was hoping for

https://youtu.be/CxEfY1rEPbs

Just in case you have any suggestions? I wanted to animate the stitched image from left to right using the X and Y features ( x position being far right off screen to start ) and then each picture following.

Thanks for listening

J

Author:  in7ermaster [ Fri Sep 06, 2019 12:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Really could use some help with this...panoramic shots blur when enlarging

Hi,

Can you post the following?
1) The stitched image, outside of LumaFusion
2) A screenshot of the Movie Settings used to render the picture

I'm aiming to help you with your approach but I still think that animating the images separately in LumaFusion would be a better option.
Using cropping and soft edges you'd also be able to blend between the edges of the images as you showed in the video.

MVE
https://www.youtube.com/user/In7egral

Author:  in7ermaster [ Fri Sep 06, 2019 12:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Really could use some help with this...panoramic shots blur when enlarging

Like this:
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Author:  rebooter [ Fri Sep 06, 2019 2:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Really could use some help with this...panoramic shots blur when enlarging

Quote:
Like this:

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Hey mve that’s not a bad idea, I can animate at least 6 pics at once (having 6 layers of course ) I won’t waste any more of your time and use that cropping technique. I’ll let you know how I get on.
Cheers
J

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