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Hi Guys, i need some little help about the project that we might have next month. Its a dome projection (inside the dome). I have a little doubt on the plan i did for a 35m dome projection and need some projection experts to help me solve my problem. Its about the projection for the ceiling of the dome. Im going to use 9pcs of S+20k projectors (portrait position) for the side of the dome, and i will use 2pcs of S+20K for the center top portion (ceiling). Is it going to work using 2 projectors for the ceiling? As per pixelwix lens calculator it can be covered. But my doubt is that is this a pro
Hi eveyone, I'm new here and not so familiar with projections: I'm making a video to be projected with 15 projectors in a 360 circular screen, so my output is a quite long video of 6346 pixels wide and I can't find a way to compress an .mp4 h264 video to deliver at this size. They keep asking me a single video but i can only split it into two files so i can compress it. My question is: is it possible to use 2 videos instead of a single one and align them inside Watchout right? I mean they don't really need it to be a single video right? Thanks guys!! Elia
Hello all. I'm a newbie here so I apologise if this question has an obvious answer or has already been answered in a different thread. I've looked at the tutorials on the Watchout website and I still cannot answer my question. So.... Is it possible to map multiple objects individually or would they all need to be in the same 3D model. For example if I had an object centre stage, one stage left and one stage right. Could I then reposition these objects and realign the maps accordingly. Again, apologies if this is obvious. I'm trying to workout if Watchout would be right for my p