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How to remove fisheye effect from a video?

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Hi,

 

This is Umit. I am very new to the forum but I ve been using Videopad for a couple of months. I did a good long video with it. But now I have an issue. Before opening a new post, I made a seach through the forum but no result.

 

So, I have a Eken budget action camera which records with fisheye effect. But I need to remove it while editing on Videopad. I found that some other editting softwares can remove it but I do editting with Videopad since I purchased a license. Can you please help me about how to remove the effect of fisheye with Videopad?

 

Thanks in advance,

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1 hour ago, borate said:

With your video on the timeline, open EFFECTS (FX), scroll down and click on the Fisheye button.  This, using the latest VP version.

Hi borate,

Thank you for your contribution. I think that's how you add fisheye effect. But I need to know how to remove it from the video. The effect wasnt added by videopad. It is the way that video was recorded with fisheye lenses.

Thanks,

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Hi borate,

Did anyone tell you that you were a genius? :)

Well, to be honest I did but I didnt think that would be the way of it. :) After I saw the curves on edges, I said "no, that's not the way it is. There must be a special button or menu for that. After your advise, I decided to give it a try as there was nothing to lose. And it worked! I appreaciate you!

Just, one thing I need to ask, how do you determine the best position for "strength" slider? Is there a precise point for it or you just adjust it as you like?

Thank you so much again.

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Hi borate,

Thank you so much. And finally, how do we mark the thread as solved? Can I do it or moderator does it?

I hope this will also help others.

Regards,

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