It’s not unusual to encounter an unleveled 360 video during the shooting process. Despite the best efforts to level a VR camera on set before shooting, slight pitch and roll variations of a few degrees or so can be evident in the shot. It's easy to spot an unleveled video. If the horizon isn’t completely straight across the center of the frame, or if vertical elements such as light poles aren’t square to the horizon, the video will need to be leveled. In Mistika VR, it’s a quick process to fix the video by modifying the Output Camera’s Yaw, Pitch and Roll parameters using keyboard combinations and mouse clicks.