horizon wrong pilot ee and GSV
Hi, why is the horizon wrong in this example? It is still processing in Google Maps. But I think it could be my backpack that it isn't totally straight vertical because of my position while I am riding my bike, any thought?
here is an example still processing by GSV:
Incorrect, it is not VID2GSV to extract the frames. To extract video frames from a Street View video file to jpg with location tags, use Dean Zwikel's GSV2JPG tool. To reconstruct a GSV video file for upload to the Street View video API, then use the JPG2VID tool. To upload, use his VID2GSV tool, using the video and gpx file.
Levelling is supposed to be done by the Google Street View processing. However, when there are no straight lines of buildings, it will fail. This is a known problem for a long time. Google doesn't seem to have it on its priority list.
What we need from Labpano is proper photo interval capture. Preferably in Mapillary Android app style. Then we can work around this levelling issue, using Dean Zwikel's tools for upload.
@ander hello Ander, can you also share the way how you remove the nadir in GSV video? thank you.
@leonardoabreu With the tool Zwikel's GSV2JPG you can convert the gsv video into jpg photos, then with a image editor (affinity photo or pano2vr) you can replace the nadir on each of this images (using pano2vr master node editor or using affinity macros); after that, with the Dean tool, you can convert the jps into video again, and then you can upload it to google. It's not a very easy workflow, but it works
Remark: While you edit video it will lost the gpx data, so you have to extract gpx as well with the tool earlier. VID2GSV would require the GPX file that can be created using CAMM2GPX. It would not be lost if you edit a copy of the original GSV videos.
Link to download the Zwikel's GSV2JPG, you will need to send a request then Dean will approve it .
I hope the information can be helpful to you.
@ander Hello Ander, can you check it again now, it seems the horizon is normal. Usually the horizon is processed by the gsv but not the Pilot cameras, they have their tool to process the GSV video and the camera is not allowed to turn on the PilotSteady while do the GSV video.
By the way, can we share the gsv link to our social media and tag you?
Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
how did you remove the nadir?