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Supported Cameras

Supported Cameras

1. Garmin Virb

Uploading Garmin Virb 360 Videos to OcuMap

Open Garmin virb edit app

Virb 360 to OcuMap
Open virb edit app

Connect Virb 360 camera via data cable

Connect Virb 360 camera via data cable

Import Video Files from camera

Import Video Files from camera
Import Video Files from camera

Once video data is in the virb edit software select video from bottom, right click and select create video

Once video data is in the virb edit software select video from bottom, right click and select create video

Give it a name ..

Give it a name ..

If you notice the g-metrix data is located in the video

If you notice the g-matrix data is located in the video

In order to remove this information from the final video select G-Metrix tab on left hand side.

In order to remove this information from the final video select G-Metrix tab on left hand side.

Select None.

Return to the Media Library and select export in top right hand corner.

Return to the Media Library and select export in top right hand corner.

Change image resolution from 4k to 2.7k for easier loading onto Ocumap

Change image resolution from 4k to 2.7k for easier loading onto Ocumap

Change Branding to none. (or upload your own logo)

Assign File Path

Change Branding to none. (or upload your own logo)

Now you are ready to upload your GPS file and Video file to OcuMap using the GPS parser function. See link here

2. Flir Ladybug Cameras

Uploading LadyBug Camera Images and GPS videos to OcuMap

Youtube video in this link

Open Ladybug CapPro Software

Load Streamfile (.PGR), select GPS from the drop down menu, then generate GPS/frame information.

Flir SDK with OcuMap Software

.TXT file with the Lat/long will be generated.

Select type: Panoramic, format: h2.64, and video resolution

Recommend size (4096 x 2048) for web streaming

Ladybug 360 camera web based

Click the convert icon

Ladybug web based software

Once the conversion is done, you will get an mp4 file.

Grab and drop your .mp4 and txt file into OcuMap. More info here