Say for an example, at the time of a search mission or rescue mission SkyStitch can provide panoramic view of 360 degree in high resolution to help and guide the emergency professionals. The benefit of this video stitching software is so strong that it can combine 12 HD quality videos in single frame within just 50 milliseconds even at prototype stage. The market value for such systems is going to hit billions of dollars in the near future.
It starts with SpotEditor, a one of a kind publishing software for Windows and Mac. The software includes a variety of image processing functions and configuration options designed specifically for the efficient handling of 360 product photography and 3D CAD images. Simply start by importing your unprocessed or fully processed images into the software and hit Publish to see the immediate results.
StereoStitch can generate 3D 360-degree videos in real time and it automatically performs color correction. It is compatible with a wide range of cameras, which makes it a perfect option for live broadcasts of concerts, and countless other types of events. The software works well with drone cameras or cameras used by professional film crews to provide a live preview of the scene that is being recorded.

360-degree video is typically recorded using either a special rig of multiple cameras, or using a dedicated camera that contains multiple camera lenses embedded into the device, and filming overlapping angles simultaneously. Through a method known as video stitching, this separate footage is merged into one spherical video piece, and the color and contrast of each shot is calibrated to be consistent with the others.[4][5] This process is done either by the camera itself, or using specialized software such as Mistika VR or Kolor AVP that can analyze common visuals and audio to synchronize and link the different camera feeds together. Generally, the only area that cannot be viewed is the view toward the camera support.[6][7]
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