Lens conversions, projections and stabilization for 360 VR and fisheye footage.
RE:Lens in Action
See what RE:Lens™ can do for you!
RE:Lens’ stabilization overview
RE:Lens 360 VR and fisheye stabilization.
Also view before/example 360 movie.
Feature currently not available for Premiere Pro.
Short dance reframed/composed and camerawork with RE:Lens.
Camera: Back-Bone modified GoPro with Entapano 280 deg. fisheye lens
Directed by: Peter Litwinowicz
Choreography: a collaboration of Peter Litwinowicz, Lizz Roman and the dancers (Chris Black, Megan Lowe, Rowena Richie)
Music: Daniel Berkman
Single camera 360 video made easy
Shoot with a single camera with a superfish lens and convert the video to LatLong format suitable for use with 360 VR viewers. With the proper lens and camera setup, stitching can often be eliminated from your 360 workflow.
360 VR and fisheye stabilization
RE:Lens' spherical stabilizer reduces shakiness in 360 VR and fisheye footage that regular stabilizers are unable to fix. Simply press "Track" and the footage is analyzed without the need for a complicated workflow.
More uses for superfish high-res imagery
Capture super wide-angle shots with large resolution, then straighten and animate camera rotations and zooms in post, providing greater flexibility when directing the viewer’s attention. Even create two separate virtual views using a single camera!
Learn how to use RE:Lens’s features
Instructional videos, and example videos, that help you learn how to get the most of each plug-in's robust features.
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- Catalyst Edit
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- Grass Valley Rio
- Avid Systems
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