Is the standard Theta 360 output 2:1 equirectangular format??
Been using it the Theta 360 and loving it as I learn how to use it. I was requested to provide content from the Theta in a "2:1 equirectangular format". I'm not quite sure what this means but I'm assuming that this is the standard highest res default option from the camera? Any chance you can help understand this or let me know if I'm shooting in the acceptable format (or how to check?).
Also, do you ever use the DR or NR options? I heard there is a HDR option, but I'm guessing that is the same thing as the DR option on the camera. Or is there separate?
From what I've read, it's a better option to keep the DR/NR options off and clean up the image in post with LR or PS. You care to offer your opinion on this matter? I'd like the output to be as high quality as possible, although most likely it will be used for web based applications...but I'd like to make it the best possible.
Is there a separate HDR option that I am missing?
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