To create a stitched video, download the GoPro Fusion Studio App.
Install the GoPro Fusion Studio App on your device.
Now that you have the program installed, you need to load the media on to your computer.
You will want to first take the SD cards out of the GoPro Fusion and move them onto your computer for processing.
There should be two SD cards in the Fusion: one for the front camera and one for the back camera.
You will want to create a parent folder for the overall project.
Next, you will want to create a folder for each of the cameras, one for the front one for the back for the footage you want to stitch together in the parent folder Project 1.
In each of these folders, you will want to load in the footage that you want to stitch together.
First, find out the file numbers of the footage you want to use. Below is an example of files for shot 0017. So you will want to take all the files from each SD card that have the same number and put them into the folders you created on your computer earlier.
Back camera files
Front camera files
Next you will go into Fusion Studio and add media to a project.
Then select the parent folder that has the folder of the footage from the front and back camera. In this example, the folder name is Project 1. Fusion will then load the footage.
Once loaded, make sure that you have the setting set to 360 and not overcapture. You can also choose the full stabilization to help make sure everything is level.
If you would like to edit the white balance, click on the little settings icon on the right underneath the video. Next, select flat and you can adjust the white balance, sharpness, etc.
If you would prefer not to, you can use the GoPro settings for color instead of selecting flat.
If you are done, click Add to the Render Queue.
If all the videos are in queue, click Render All.
After it is rendered, you can find the file on your computer by hitting the little folder which will open the folder it is in. This is the file that we will use to upload using TrailBlazer.
Read GoPro's Stitching Instructions for additional information.