The yaw, pitch, and roll of the horizon line in your video output can be fine-tuned using Jaunt Cloud Services. In addition, the flip option will render the video right-side up if Jaunt ONE was mounted upside down during the shot (ie: on a drone or cable cam). These parameters are available for adjustment before starting the render job.
For Preview Quality renders, flip and yaw adjustments are available prior to rendering:
For High-Quality renders, flip, yaw, pitch, and roll adjustments are available prior to rendering:
Please note that setting these parameters to poor and/or extreme values can result in material that is uncomfortable to view. Adjustments may also affect stereoscopy, resulting in retinal rivalry. We recommend rendering short clips (~5 seconds long) with parameter changes to review and tune, before rendering long clips with final parameters.
Example outputs of parameter adjustments are attached for download and can be viewed in Jaunt Player to see the results.
The flip setting is useful for shots captured with an inverted Jaunt ONE rig.
The above example shows the usage of the flip option.
Adjusting the yaw value is common when re-centering the view. For example, if the center point of the original shot is not in the correct place, the center can be shifted from the front-view to a side-view. Note that this will most likely affect spatial audio, requiring an audio pan to re-align the audio with the video.
The above example shows a slight yaw pitch change of 30º, moving the center-point along the equator to the right by 30º.
Pitch adjustments can be useful in the event the rig was not level during the shot or when the horizon does not align with the equator of the render. Note that extreme pitch adjustments can affect stereoscopy as the center point moves closer to the camera top or bottom ("pole") modules.
The above example shows a 30º pitch adjustment, moving the center-point up.
Much like the pitch parameter, the roll parameter is useful for leveling the shot if the horizon does not align with the equator in the original shot.
The above example shows a 30º roll adjustment, tilting the equator 30º clockwise to the right.