360: Equirectangular to Rectilinear Video Filter

Converts an equirectangular frame (panoramic) to a rectilinear frame (what you’re used to seeing). Can be used to preview what will be shown in a 360 video viewer.


  • Interpolation: Nearest-neighbor or bilinear. Determines the sampling method. See also “Interpolation” in the Glossary / Terminology
  • Yaw, Pitch and Roll: The direction of the image center in the panorama.
  • FOV: Tthe horizontal field of view, in degrees, of the resulting frame. Any value over 179 results in a fisheye projection.
  • Fisheye: The amount of fisheye to mix in. 100 means that you get a 100% fisheye lens.


When this filter is active you can click and hold in the video area to drag the video around to adjust it:

  • left-right for Yaw
  • up-down for Pitch
  • Ctrl up-down for “Roll”

This does prevent being able to drag from the Source player. Either use a toolbar icon or keyboard shortcut to perform the intended operation, or select a different filter to turn off the VUI.