Programmatically add a custom branded nadir to your all your equirectangular photos using Imagemagick.
The latest from the Trek View team.
Guides October 22, 2021
Guides October 15, 2021
Exiftool is a powerful bit of software for geotagging photos, understanding how the process works will save you a few headaches.
Guides October 08, 2021
Speed = distance / time. But what about speed along the x (east, west), y (north, south), z (altitude) axes?
Guides October 01, 2021
In the final part of this series, I convert a GoPro EAC projected frame into an equirectangular projection to be displayed in other software.
Guides September 24, 2021
I continue taking apart a .360 file, and trying to rebuild it with a equirectangular projection (without GoPro software).
Guides September 17, 2021
Taking apart a .360 file to reveal its contents to try and understand how it can be processed (without GoPro software).
Guides September 10, 2021
A deeper look into GoPro’s proprietary .360 video format (with the aim of reducing our reliance on GoPro’s software).
Guides September 03, 2021
Equirectangular, non-equalangle cubemap, equi-angular cubemap, pyramid…
Developers August 27, 2021
We are often reliant on GPS co-ordinates being delivered to our devices for locating places. With a little practice it’s not hard to read a decimal latitude and longitude value to determine a rough position.
Developers August 20, 2021
With the help of a 360 video shot using an Insta360 Pro2, I take a look at Google’s CAMM video telemetry standard.