Moreover, the Real Time Stitching Engine supports various output formats:
- A low-resolution panorama that can be embedded in a regular HD image; these images allow for panorama previews directly on set, the raw recordings can be reviewed and the proxies can be processed during post-production editing.
- HD images that can be panned and zoomed within the HD panorama; this technique may, for example, be used in live productions to control critical recording features such as image transitions, to transmit HD component images from the panoramic content to regular transmission environments or to enable the user to navigate in the various interactive applications.
- Various panoramic HD outputs that can be decomposed into several overlapping HD tiles; this allows for encoding the HD tiles in parallel, in order to transmit the entire ultra-HD panorama content live.
- The latest development makes it possible to transmit the UHD panoramic content to Virtual Reality (VR) glasses; the spectator is able to enjoy a truly immersive experience.