KartaVR Installation

Standard Install

The KartaVR for Reactor atom packages dramatically simplify the process of setting up the panoramic 360° compositing toolset in Fusion. You can now do the full installation process without leaving Fusion once.

Reactor Atom Package

Windows 64-bit Install

Step 1.

Windows users need to install the 64-bit version of the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 library:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48145

Note: Windows 7 users will have to update to Windows 7 SP 1 in order to install the Visual Studio 2015 library correctly.

Step 2.
Use Reactor to install the content found in the KartaVR category.

Step 3.
Open up the newly created KartaVR Macros, Scripts, Bin, and Docs folders to become accustomed to the new KartaVR toolset and what it offers:

	Reactor:/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Scripts/Comp/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Scripts/Tools/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Bin/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Docs/KartaVR/

Step 4.

You need to add the KartaVR "Cygwin" bin folder to your Windows %PATH% environment variable. This is a required step if you want to use the KartaVR "Import PTGui Masks" lua script.

Editing the Windows OS %PATH% environment variable is done by opening your Windows System Control Panel. Click on the Advanced system settings button on the left side of the window.

Advanced system settings

The "System Properties" window will appear. Click on the Environment Variables... button.

System Properties

In the "Environment Variable" window you need to scroll down in the "System variables" section of the view and select the Path entry. Click the Edit... button.

Environment Variable Window

On Windows 10 a visual "Edit environment variable" editor window will appear. This UI has separate path entry text fields that makes it easy to add/remove and re-order each of the environment %Path% variable items:

Add a new Environment Variable

To add the new "cygwin" environment variable item to this window you have to copy/paste the following text into the bottom text field of the "Edit environment variable" list:

Fusion on Windows Cygwin Path:

C:\ProgramData\Blackmagic Design\Fusion\Reactor\Deploy\Bin\cygwin\bin

Resolve on Windows Cygwin Path:

C:\ProgramData\Blackmagic Design\DaVinci Resolve\Fusion\Reactor\Deploy\Bin\cygwin\bin

Note: On Windows 7 the "Edit environment variable" window looks a bit different as the dialog is basically a single super long text field where you have to manually add each PATH entry and use semi-colon ; characters as separators between each of the folder paths.

Step 5.
Launch Fusion and open the Bins window.

Show the Bin Window

Step 6.
Click on the Library on localhost tab on the left side of the Bins window. This is the root folder in the bin.

Switch to the Library Tab in the Bin window

Step 7.
Right click in the folder view area on the right side of the Bins window. In the contextual menu select the New Folder option.

Fusion Bin Screenshot

Let's name the new folder KartaVR. After you type in the new name, press the Enter key to accept the changes.

Fusion Bin Screenshot

The Fusion Bins window now lists the KartaVR folder on the left side bar. Select this entry to show the folder contents.

Select the KartaVR folder

Using the same folder creation approach we need to add sub-folders for each of the following entries: "Conversion", "Filter", "Mask", "Miscellaneous", "Renderer3D", "Stereoscopic", "Transform", "UV Pass", "Viewer". This is what the Bin folder will look like when when have successfully completed the task:

Bin Folder

Step 8.
The next step will take a few minutes to carry out. You need to navigate into each of the sub-folders and repeat the process as you add the .settings files to each folder.

Click in the folder view. In the contextual menu, select the Add Item... menu option.

Add an item to the Bin

An Open File window will appear that allows you to select and add items to the current Fusion Bin.

Use the file path selector at the top of the window to navigate to the new "KartaVR" folder that was copied into the Fusion macros folder in step 2. If you want to get to this folder easily, try the PathMap section in the dialog and choose "Reactor:".

Fusion 9 Macros Directory:

C:\ProgramData\Blackmagic Design\Fusion\Reactor\Deploy\Macros\KartaVR\

Resolve 15 Macros Directory:

C:\ProgramData\Blackmagic Design\DaVinci Resolve\Fusion\Reactor\Deploy\Macros\KartaVR\

(You can access this folder by expanding the Path Maps section in the file dialog and then selecting the Reactor: item.)

Open up the sub-folder in the file dialog with the matching name like "Conversion", "Filter", "Mask", "Miscellaneous", "Renderer3D", "Stereoscopic", "Transform", "UV Pass", and "Viewer".

To make it easier to select the correct files, click on the Type heading to sort all of the files by their file extension. Scroll down until you see the list of files that have a .setting extension. The .setting files are Fusion macros.

You can select the group of KartaVR macros by clicking on the first setting at the top of the view with a .setting file name extension like Angular2Equirectangular.setting. Then hold down the SHIFT key and select the last .setting file in the list. This will select the whole group of macros at the same time.

Clicking the Open button will add the macros to the Bin window.

After you have added each set of macros to the bin view it will be easier to access in the future.

The macros are now ready to be used in your Fusion composites. To use a macro, drag it from the Bin window into your Flow view.

Step 9.
To make it easy to access the sample panoramic images that come with the KartaVR, you can add an "Images" sub-folder to the Bins window.

Select the KartaVR folder on the left side of the Bins window.

Right click in the folder view area on the right side of the Bins window. In the contextual menu select the New Folder option. Name this folder Images and double click on it to open it up.

Let's add the sample panoramic imagery to the images folder. Right click in the Images folder and select the Add Item... menu option.

Add an item to the Bin

In the Open File window, navigate to the folder path:

Fusion 9 Images Directory:

C:\ProgramData\Blackmagic Design\Fusion\Reactor\Deploy\Macros\KartaVR\Images\

Resolve 15 Images Directory:

C:\ProgramData\Blackmagic Design\DaVinci Resolve\Fusion\Reactor\Deploy\Macros\KartaVR\Images\

(You can access this folder by expanding the Path Maps section in the file dialog and then selecting the Reactor: item.)

Uncheck the "Gather Sequences" checkbox in the open Open File window. This will allow the dialog to list the single frame duration images in the folder correctly.

Use the SHIFT key and select all of the images in the folder. Click the Open button to load the images into the new Bin.

Add the images

You now have a collection of sample images that can be quickly dropped into an active Fusion composite document. This makes it a lot faster to build a simple comp with the sample images compared to manually adding a loader node for each image.

As a note, in Fusion you can only drop one image at a time from the Bin window into your comp. If you try to "group select" multiple images at once the loader nodes are overwritten in the Flow view.

Sample Panoramic Images

Step 10.
To make it quicker to access the example Fusion composite files that come with the KartaVR, you can add a "Demos" sub-folder to the Bins window.

Select the KartaVR folder on the left side of the Bins window.

Right click in the folder view area on the right side of the Bins window. In the contextual menu select the New Folder option. Name this folder Demos and double click on it to open it up.

Let's add the sample panoramic imagery to the images folder. Right click in the Examples folder and select the Add Item... menu option.

Add an item to the Bin

In the Open File window, navigate to the Reactor:/Comps/KartaVR/ PathMap folder:

Fusion 9 Examples Directory:

C:\ProgramData\Blackmagic Design\Fusion\Reactor\Comps\KartaVR\

Resolve 15 Examples Directory:

C:\ProgramData\Blackmagic Design\DaVinci Resolve\Fusion\Reactor\Deploy\Comps\KartaVR\

Use the SHIFT key and select all of the files in the folder. Click the Open button to load the example fusion composite files into the new Bin.

Fusion Examples Tab

At this point we have finished setting up Fusion's Bin window.

Step 11.
The KartaVR includes a panoramic media playback script called PanoView that supports the Oculus Rift/HTC VIVE/OSVR HMD. You should run the Script > KartaVR > Viewers > Edit PanoView Preferences script menu item to configure your viewing tools using the PanoView instructions here.

It is also a good idea to set up your Send Media to scripts using the Script > KartaVR > Send Media to > Edit Send Media to Preferences script menu item to finish configuring the rest of the pipeline scripts.

If you are using Fusion 9 you will likely want to use the built-in 360 viewer mode for displaying images live on an Oculus Rift CV1 and HTC VIVE HMD screen.

Step 12. Hotkeys Customization

There is a Fusion 9/Resolve 15 Hotkey file included with the KartaVR. For more details check out the Hotkeys documentation page here.

The KartaVR Hotkeys.fu file can be found in the Reactor:/Deploy/Config/ folder.

If you want to use the StatixVFX provided "nuke2fusion" toolset from Reactor, then you will need to edit some of the hotkey bindings in KartaVR Hotkeys.fu.

Step 13. Google VR View Web Sharing Option

If you are going to be using the "Publish Media to Google Cardboard VR View" script you will need to install a web sharing program. On Windows and macOS the MAMP program is the easiest Apache server module to use. You can find out how to set up the MAMP web sharing settings here.

macOS Install

Prerequisites

After installing KartaVR using Reactor, make sure to also install the "Bin/Imagemagick" Reactor package. Open up the zipped copy of ImageMagick and run the ImageMagick macOS installer pkg file which can be found at "Reactor:/Deploy/Bin/imagemagick/ImageMagick-6.9.1-0.pkg.zip".

Alternatively you can use ImageMagick from one of these sources:

The Cactus Lab website has an ImageMagick for macOS build that works with macOS X 10.5 to 10.13. You want the first download item ImageMagick 6.9.1-0 for Mac OS X 10.5 – 10.10 listed on the Cactus Lab webpage:

http://cactuslab.com/imagemagick/

The ImageMagick Project also hosts a macOS build version of the library:

http://www.imagemagick.org/script/binary-releases.php#macosx

You can install ImageMagick using homebrew:

brew install ImageMagick

For the technically inclined macOS user you can install ImageMagick using Xcode and the Mac Ports tool with the terminal command:

sudo ports install ImageMagick

Step 1.
Use Reactor to install the content found in the KartaVR category.

Step 2.
Open up the newly created KartaVR Macros, Scripts, Bin, and Docs folders to become accustomed to the new KartaVR toolset and what it offers:

	Reactor:/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Scripts/Comp/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Scripts/Tools/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Bin/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Docs/KartaVR/

Fusion on Mac Reactor Path:

/Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/Fusion/Reactor/

Resolve on Mac Reactor Path:

/Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/DaVinci Resolve/Fusion/Reactor/

Step 3.
Launch Fusion and open the Bins window.

Show the Bin Window

Step 4.
Click on the Library on localhost tab on the left side of the Bins window. This is the root folder in the bin.

Switch to the Library Tab in the Bin window

Step 5.
Right click in the folder view area on the right side of the Bins window. In the contextual menu select the New Folder option.

Fusion Bin Screenshot

Let's name the new folder KartaVR. After you type in the new name, press the Enter key to accept the changes.

Fusion Bin Screenshot

The Fusion Bins window now lists the KartaVR folder on the left side bar. Select this entry to show the folder contents.

Using the same folder creation approach we need to add sub-folders for each of the following entries: "Conversion", "Filter", "Mask", "Miscellaneous", "Renderer3D", "Stereoscopic", "Transform", "UV Pass", "Viewer". This is what the Bin folder will look like when when have successfully completed the task:

Bin Folder

Step 6.

The next step will take a few minutes to carry out. You need to navigate into each of the sub-folders and repeat the process as you add the .settings files to each folder.

Right click in the KartaVR folder view. In the contextual menu, select the Add Item... menu option.

Add an item to the Bin

An Open File window will appear that allows you to select and add items to the current Fusion Bin.

Use the file path selector at the top of the window to navigate to the new "KartaVR" folder that was copied into the Fusion macros folder in step 2. If you want to get to this folder easily, try the PathMap section in the dialog and choose "Reactor:".

Fusion 9 Macros Directory:

/Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/

Resolve 15 Macros Directory:

/Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/DaVinci Resolve/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/

(You can access this folder by expanding the Path Maps section in the file dialog and then selecting the Reactor: item.)

Open up the sub-folder in the file dialog with the matching name like "Conversion", "Filter", "Mask", "Miscellaneous", "Renderer3D", "Stereoscopic", "Transform", "UV Pass", and "Viewer".

To make it easier to select the correct files, click on the Kind heading to sort all of the files by their file extension. Scroll down until you see the list of files that have a .setting extension. The .setting files are Fusion macros.

You can select the group of KartaVR macros by clicking on the first setting at the top of the view with a .setting file name extension like Angular2Equirectangular.setting. Then hold down the SHIFT key and select the last .setting file in the list. This will select the whole group of macros at the same time.

Clicking the Open button will add the macros to the Bin window.

Select the settings files

After you have added each set of macros to the bin view it will be easier to access in the future.

The macros are now ready to be used in your Fusion composites. To use a macro, drag it from the Bin window into your Flow view.

Fusion Bin Screenshot

Step 7.

If you want to make it easy to access the sample panoramic images that come with the KartaVR, you can add an "Images" sub-folder to the Bins window.

Select the KartaVR folder on the left side of the Bins window.

Right click in the folder view area on the right side of the Bins window. In the contextual menu select the New Folder option. Name this folder Images and double click on it to open it up.

Let's add the sample panoramic imagery to the images folder. Right click in the Images folder and select the Add Item... menu option.

Add an item to the Bin

In the Open File window, navigate to the folder path:

Fusion 9 Macros Directory:

/Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/Images/

Resolve 15 Macros Directory:

/Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/DaVinci Resolve/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/Images/

(You can access this folder by expanding the Path Maps section in the file dialog and then selecting the Reactor: item.)

Uncheck the "Gather Sequences" checkbox in the open Open File window. This will allow the dialog to list the single frame duration images in the folder correctly.

Use the SHIFT key and select all of the images in the folder. Click the Open button to load the images into the new Bin.

Add the images

You now have a collection of sample images that can be quickly dropped into an active Fusion composite document. This makes it a lot faster to build a simple comp with the sample images compared to manually adding a loader node for each image.

As a note, in Fusion you can only drop one image at a time from the Bin window into your comp. If you try to "group select" multiple images at once the loader nodes are overwritten in the Flow view.

Sample Panoramic Images

Step 8.
To make it quicker to access the example Fusion composite files that come with the KartaVR, you can add a "Demos" sub-folder to the Bins window.

Select the KartaVR folder on the left side of the Bins window.

Right click in the folder view area on the right side of the Bins window. In the contextual menu select the New Folder option. Name this folder Demos and double click on it to open it up.

Let's add the sample panoramic imagery to the images folder. Right click in the Demos folder and select the Add Item... menu option.

Add an item to the Bin

In the Open File window, navigate to the folder path Reactor:/Deploy/Comp/KartaVR/:

Fusion 9 Macros Directory:

/Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Comp/KartaVR/

Resolve 15 Macros Directory:

/Library/Application Support/Blackmagic Design/DaVinci Resolve/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Comp/KartaVR/

(You can access this folder by expanding the Path Maps section in the file dialog and then selecting the Reactor: item.)

Use the SHIFT key and select all of the files in the folder. Click the Open button to load the example fusion composite files into the new Bin.

Fusion Examples Tab

At this point we have finished setting up Fusion's Bin window.

Step 9.
The KartaVR includes a panoramic media playback script called PanoView that supports the Oculus Rift/HTC VIVE/OSVR HMD. You should run the Script > KartaVR > Viewers > Edit PanoView Preferences script menu item to configure your viewing tools using the PanoView instructions here.

It is also a good idea to set up your Send Media to scripts using the Script > KartaVR > Send Media to > Edit Send Media to Preferences script menu item to finish configuring the rest of the pipeline scripts.

If you are using Fusion 9 you will likely want to use the built-in 360 viewer mode for displaying images live on an Oculus Rift CV1 and HTC VIVE HMD screen.

Step 10. Hotkeys Customization

There is a Fusion 9/Resolve 15 Hotkey file included with the KartaVR. For more details check out the Hotkeys documentation page here.

The KartaVR Hotkeys.fu file can be found in the Reactor:/Deploy/Config/ folder.

If you want to use the StatixVFX provided "nuke2fusion" toolset from Reactor, then you will need to edit some of the hotkey bindings in KartaVR Hotkeys.fu.

Step 14. Google VR View Web Sharing Option

If you are going to be using the "Publish Media to Google Cardboard VR View" script you will need to install a web sharing program. On Windows and macOS the MAMP program is the easiest Apache server module to use. You can find out how to set up the MAMP web sharing settings here.

Linux Manual Install

Prerequisites

Install the Linux versions of the Imagemagick graphics library, and FFmpeg.

YUM Installations

Install the Imagemagick library using YUM:

yum install ImageMagick

Install the FFmpeg library using YUM with a 3rd party repository:

yum install ffmpeg

If you are going to be using the "Publish Media to Google Cardboard VR View" script you will need to install the clipboard tool xclip, along with the Apache (httpd) server modules for web sharing:

yum install xclip httpd

You can start Apache (httpd) using:

systemctl start httpd.service
systemctl enable httpd.service

On CentOS 7 if you want to make the Apache HTTP port 80 accessible external to the machine you can open that port up on the firewall rules:

firewall-cmd --permanent --zone=public --add-service=http
firewall-cmd --reload

Note: You will have to make the /var/www/html/ folder writable for the users that are running the Fusion based VR View publishing script. You can either use chmod to change the folder permissions to do this, or you can use chown to add the user to a group with write permissions. The various Apache setup guides on the internet can provide details on this step.

Note: Redhat / Fedora / Centos Linux users will have to add a repository like nux-desktop for Hugin or RPM Fusion for ffmpeg if it isn't available in your standard yum distribution. On the RPM Fusion website you want the add the RPM Fusion free repository to yum.

APT-GET Installations

Install the Imagemagick library using apt-get:

sudo apt-get -y install ImageMagick

Install the FFmpeg library using apt-get with a 3rd party repository:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/trusty-media
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
sudo apt-get -y install ffmpeg 

If you are going to be using the "Publish Media to Google Cardboard VR View" script you will need to install the clipboard tool xclip, along with the Apache (apache2) server modules for web sharing:

sudo apt-get -y install xclip apache2

Ubuntu / Debian Linux users can also use the pre-compiled ffmpeg package from the ffmpeg website directly.

Step 1.
Use Reactor to install the content found in the KartaVR category.

Step 2.
Open up the newly created KartaVR Macros, Scripts, Bin, and Docs folders to become accustomed to the new KartaVR toolset and what it offers:

	Reactor:/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Scripts/Comp/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Scripts/Tools/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Bin/KartaVR/
	Reactor:/Deploy/Docs/KartaVR/

Step 3.
Launch Fusion and open the Bins window.

Show the Bin Window

Step 4.
Click on the Library on localhost tab on the left side of the Bins window. This is the root folder in the bin.

Switch to the Library Tab in the Bin window

Step 5.
Right click in the folder view area on the right side of the Bins window. In the contextual menu select the New Folder option.

Fusion Bin Screenshot

Let's name the new folder KartaVR. After you type in the new name, press the Enter key to accept the changes.

Fusion Bin Screenshot

The Fusion Bins window now lists the KartaVR folder on the left side bar. Select this entry to show the folder contents.

Using the same folder creation approach we need to add sub-folders for each of the following entries: "Conversion", "Filter", "Mask", "Miscellaneous", "Renderer3D", "Stereoscopic", "Transform", "UV Pass", "Viewer". This is what the Bin folder will look like when when have successfully completed the task:

Bin Folder

Step 6.

The next step will take a few minutes to carry out. You need to navigate into each of the sub-folders and repeat the process as you add the .settings files to each folder.

Right click in the KartaVR folder view. In the contextual menu, select the Add Item... menu option.

Add an item to the Bin

An Open File window will appear that allows you to select and add items to the current Fusion Bin.

Use the file path selector at the top of the window to navigate to the new "KartaVR" folder that was copied into the Fusion macros folder in step 2. If you want to get to this folder easily, try the PathMap section in the dialog and choose "Reactor:".

Fusion 9 Macros Directory:

/var/BlackmagicDesign/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/

Resolve 15 Macros Directory:

/var/BlackmagicDesign/DaVinci Resolve/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/

(You can access this folder by expanding the Path Maps section in the file dialog and then selecting the Reactor: item.)

Open up the sub-folder in the file dialog with the matching name like "Conversion", "Filter", "Mask", "Miscellaneous", "Renderer3D", "Stereoscopic", "Transform", "UV Pass", and "Viewer".

To make it easier to select the correct files, click on the Kind heading to sort all of the files by their file extension. Scroll down until you see the list of files that have a .setting extension. The .setting files are Fusion macros.

You can select the group of KartaVR macros by clicking on the first setting at the top of the view with a .setting file name extension like Angular2Equirectangular.setting. Then hold down the SHIFT key and select the last .setting file in the list. This will select the whole group of macros at the same time.

Clicking the Open button will add the macros to the Bin window.

Select the settings files

After you have added each set of macros to the bin view it will be easier to access in the future.

The macros are now ready to be used in your Fusion composites. To use a macro, drag it from the Bin window into your Flow view.

Step 7.

If you want to make it easy to access the sample panoramic images that come with the KartaVR, you can add an "Images" sub-folder to the Bins window.

Select the KartaVR folder on the left side of the Bins window.

Right click in the folder view area on the right side of the Bins window. In the contextual menu select the New Folder option. Name this folder Images and double click on it to open it up.

Let's add the sample panoramic imagery to the images folder. Right click in the Images folder and select the Add Item... menu option.

Add an item to the Bin

In the Open File window, navigate to the folder path:

Fusion 9 Images Directory:

/var/BlackmagicDesign/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/Images/

Resolve 15 Images Directory:

/var/BlackmagicDesign/DaVinci Resolve/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Macros/KartaVR/Images/

Uncheck the "Gather Sequences" checkbox in the open Open File window. This will allow the dialog to list the single frame duration images in the folder correctly.

Use the SHIFT key and select all of the images in the folder. Click the Open button to load the images into the new Bin.

Add the images

You now have a collection of sample images that can be quickly dropped into an active Fusion composite document. This makes it a lot faster to build a simple comp with the sample images compared to manually adding a loader node for each image.

As a note, in Fusion it looks like you can only drop one image at a time from the Bin window into your comp. If you try to "group select" multiple images at once the loader nodes are overwritten in the Flow view.

Sample Panoramic Images

Step 8.
If you want to make it easy to access the example conversion and stereo demo comp files that come with the KartaVR, you can add a "Demos" sub-folder to the Bins window.

Select the KartaVR folder on the left side of the Bins window.

Right click in the folder view area on the right side of the Bins window. In the contextual menu select the New Folder option. Name this folder Demos and double click on it to open it up.

Let's add the sample panoramic imagery to the images folder. Right click in the Demos folder and select the Add Item... menu option.

Add an item to the Bin

In the Open File window, navigate to the folder path:

Fusion 9 Examples Directory:

/var/BlackmagicDesign/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Comps/KartaVR/

Resolve 15 Examples Directory:

/var/BlackmagicDesign/DaVinci Resolve/Fusion/Reactor/Deploy/Comps/KartaVR/

(You can access this folder by expanding the Path Maps section in the file dialog and then selecting the Reactor: item.)

Use the SHIFT key and select all of the files in the folder. Click the Open button to load the example fusion composite files into the new Bin.

Fusion Examples Tab

At this point we have finished setting up Fusion's Bin window.

Step 9.
The KartaVR includes a panoramic media playback script called PanoView that supports the Oculus Rift/HTC VIVE/OSVR HMD. You should run the Script > KartaVR > Viewers > Edit PanoView Preferences script menu item to configure your viewing tools using the PanoView instructions here.

It is also a good idea to set up your Send Media to scripts using the Script > KartaVR > Send Media to > Edit Send Media to Preferences script menu item to finish configuring the rest of the pipeline scripts.

If you are using Fusion 9 you will likely want to use the built-in 360 viewer mode for displaying images live on an Oculus Rift CV1 and HTC VIVE HMD screen.

Step 10. Hotkeys Customization

There is a Fusion 9/Resolve 15 Hotkey file included with the KartaVR. For more details check out the Hotkeys documentation page here.

The KartaVR Hotkeys.fu file can be found in the Reactor:/Deploy/Config/ folder.

If you want to use the StatixVFX provided "nuke2fusion" toolset from Reactor, then you will need to edit some of the hotkey bindings in KartaVR Hotkeys.fu.

Step 14. Google VR View Web Sharing Option

If you are going to be using the "Publish Media to Google Cardboard VR View" script you will need to install a web sharing program like Apache (httpd). On Windows and macOS the MAMP program is the easiest Apache server module to use. You can find out how to set up the MAMP web sharing settings here.