This is my first time trying Pix4D Discovery out to see if it will fit my needs.
I have a GoPro HERO4 Session set as advised to take 8MP stills at 0.5sec intervals while I am walking around my neighborhood. I am currently turning the camera 80 degrees off to the right from my centerline while walking, and the photos appear to have plenty of overlap.
When I run the initial processing, the Quality Report pops up with a red warning exclamation point: only 9 photos calibrated out of 994.
I look at the camera settings, and for some reason the entry that is auto-detected for the HERO4 Session thinks the camera has a perspective lens instead of fisheye. So I changed this to fisheye, left the other settings alone, and re-ran the initial processing. (Load optimized settings was greyed out for some reason.)
This time it came back with 0 photos calibrated out of 994 and didn’t even finish the initial processing (no Quality Report produced). I got a paragraph of text on a pink warning background with links to helpful tips.
I know for sure the HERO4 Session is a fisheye camera. I don’t have the exact settings to punch into the camera’s editor such as sensor width, etc.
How do I get past this point? Anybody know what Pix4D expects to be input into the camera editor for the GoPro HERO4 Session?
What I will do later is a test run using an iPhone 5S in stock configuration (no fisheye lens) and see if that works.
Thanks in advance!