7 Replies Latest reply on Dec 29, 2016 5:56 PM by Jao vdL

    Editing full 360° panoramas and "protecting borders"

    christianb52134722 Level 1

      Hi there,

       

      I'm trying to optimize 360° panoramas from my Ricoh Theta S panorama camera in Lightroom CC.

       

      The problem with the developed images is a visible border/edge/line where the left and the right border of the plain jpg meet. This is of cause visible only, when displaying the processed pano in a software or on a website. It looks like this:

       

      screenshot-pano-rand.jpg

      Is there a possibility to "protect" the borders in some way while editing? Or is there a way to tell Lightroom that it is handling a 360° panorama?

       

      I could not find one answer in the web. You always get tutorials for merging images to a pano, but never for editing a already merged, full panorama.

       

      Many thanks for your help

      Christian