We’ve all been there.
You have a shot, a little piece of footage, and it’s perfect for an app.
But if you’re like us, and your footage is a bit too grainy or blurry to play with, it might be time to get a VR film in VR.
That’s because, like most VR applications, Instax and Fujifila offer an easy-to-use editing tool that you can use to edit out unwanted images.
We’re going to cover how to use the editing tool, which lets you change the grain, color, and brightness of your footage, to bring out the nuances of a film that will work for you in a virtual environment.
This tutorial is a quick overview of how to set up a VR version of a filmed Instax or Fujix film, as well as the editing tools you’ll need to get the most out of your edited footage.
If you’re not sure which editing tool to use, you can learn more about them here.
Instax’s Fujis can edit a wide variety of footage from a wide range of formats, including 35mm and digital.
Fujijes can edit footage up to four times the size of a standard 35mm film, but the difference in quality between a 35mm print and a Fujic is that it’s produced on an ultra-high-speed optical system.
In a digital film, the film itself is scanned onto an ultrahigh-resolution digital camera and then transferred to a high-speed camera that can produce an image.
For this tutorial, we’re using the Fujii.
If your film is not a Fuji, it’s possible to edit it using other methods, but there are a few options you should consider before you dive in.