The high native resolution of the Tikee camera and its 220° panoramic field of view offer incredible possibilities for immersion into the heart of the scene. Here we will teach you how to add a spherical pan&zoom effect to your timelapse.
Discover the features of mytikee our web application dedicated to timelapse with our demonstration at the BATIMAT 2019 fair trade.
Some focus on: the Pan&Zoom feature, the ‘Before&After’, the private sharing of video and image gallery, or the blurring of people thanks to Artificial Intelligence.
Thanks to the wide field of view (220°), the images made by Tikee have a panoramic format. This is why you can sometimes notice “distortions” if you have installed your camera with tilt: some lines that are straight in reality appear curved in the picture.
In this technical blog post, more advanced than the previous ones, we will see how to correct this skyline and generate a more aesthetic timelapse.
In this article, we will only detail how to capture images in DNG format with Tikee, what to pay attention to when developing images, and how to generate a timelapse on our platform.
We will not detail the specificities of the development of the DNG for the timelapse (temporal coherence of the parameters, antiflicker, etc.). This will probably be the subject of a future blog post;)
There are situations where you do not want to use the automatic video editing features of my.tikee.io web app. For example, you weren’t able to upload all your photos as and when the timelapse was running and then you get too much data to upload at once. Or maybe you want to change the colorimetry for a more personal rendering, or any other modification of the images using a third-part software.
In these situations, you then have a large series of photos that you would like to transform into a video. In this article you will find the necessary steps to do it.