I’m posting here in hope you have more experience in camera tracking.
I have a gopro camera, and i want to use it for a vfx project with fairly quick camera motions. Unfortunately the CMOS sensors make rolling shutter effect, what makes the reconstruction almost impossible.
Do you have any idea, how could i solve it?
I’ve heard that some commercial software like AE can remove it, but i don’t know how good the result is.
And what would be a better solution? Recording in fullHD at 60fps, so it makes smaller rolling shutter bending, or recording in 2.7k at 30fps, what gives more pixels to work with, but larger bending as well? The final result wouldn’t be fullHD, only a medium resolution, at 24 or 30 fps.
So can any software get the jello effect out of a footage perfectly (for tracking)?
I read here that the “LibMv” team is working on something like that, but i don’t know how it is progressing
I hope you can help me, and hopefully it’ll be a useful thread for trackers in the future
Thank you very much in advance!