RE:Lens 1.5 features:
Stabilize 360 VR and fisheye footage directly, with easy-to-use workflow!
Capture with your fisheye or super fisheye lens and then convert to normal 'rectilinear' projection for output, eliminating the need to watch curved images.
360 (LatLong) to 2D conversion: Convert your 360 panoramic VR video to normal 2D, with options to edit and animate your point of view within the LatLong video.
Convert super fisheye clips to a 360 panoramic video in a single step without the need for stitching software.
RE:Lens v1.1 release. New version adds Premiere Pro support, and GPU acceleration.
RE:Lens straightens curved video captured with wide-angle and fisheye lenses. RE:Lens works great when shooting with action cameras such as a GoPro in ultra-wide mode. No more skinny legs or abnormally small heads when you don't want them!
Shoot with a superfish lens on a single camera and convert the video to Latitude-Longitude (LatLong) format suitable for use with all major 360 viewers. With the proper lens and camera setup, RE:Lens eliminates stitching from your panorama workflow. Complement your 360 VR production workflow with RE:Lens by converting panoramic VR photos and videos in LatLong format to normal (rectilinear) viewing, then match and add your motion graphics, titles, and CG, before converting back to panoramic LatLong for your 360 viewer.
With RE:Lens you can create new looks with your 4K, 6K and 8K cameras that were not previously possible. For example, work with a professional DSLR fisheye zoom to capture large-resolution super-wide shots, and then produce pleasing sports, landscape or architectural video that you could not normally generate from a single camera. When you straighten your video shot with a superfish lens (220-280 degrees), you can animate camera rotations and zooms in post, providing greater flexibility when directing the viewer's attention. Even create two separate virtual views using a single camera!
RE:Lens also reduces chromatic fringing and other aberrations often seen when using curved lenses. RE:Lens even handles video shot using mirror balls and parabolic lens-mirrors!
More information and demo movies about RE:Lens here https://revisionfx.com/products/relens/after-effects