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Extra Long Take Bug Fixed

A bug prevents long takes more than one hour and 22 minutes or so in several video modes fixed.

As of today modified modes in the newest MewPro Iliad software version 1.3.7 1.3.8 for Hero 4 are

  • 4k at 12.5fps (Hero 4 Silver only)
  • 2.7k at 48fps, 30fps
  • 2.7k 4:3 at 30fps

If you don’t shoot any long continuous takes more than an hour without a pause then updating your Iliad or Bastet is NOT NECESSARY.

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360° Videos at Japanese Cat Island

We have uploaded three 360-degree videos shot using seven GoPro cameras and MewPros.

Note 1. Please watch these clips in 4K settings and use the navigation wheel at the top left corner. Currently 4K 360-degree viewing is possible in Chrome, Edge or Firefox.
Note 2. If you are viewing them on an iOS device please install and launch the YouTube app. Then move the smartphone/tablet around to get its display revealing the scene.


Videos by seven GoPro Hero 4 Black + MewPro 2 with Bastet in 4K 30fps, Wide.

Video 1.

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Video 2.

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Video by seven GoPro Hero 3+ Black + MewPro 2 with Bastet in 2.7K 30fps, Wide

Video 3.

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These footages were taken using our original “Mani Wheel” rig with a modification to accommodate an additional camera pointing the zenith.

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Overexposure Bug Fixed

MewPro Iliad’s overexposure problem in many video modes is fixed.

The Iliad source code at our GitHub repo has already been updated to the latest 1.2.15. Compiling and installation guide is here. Since this bug only affected sync signal parameters there is no need to update the firmware on your MewPro 2 boards.

All the video modes that the camera, GoPro Hero 4 Black or Silver can shoot are supported.

Enjoy!