[Cin] Tracking (or tracer?) control points
preobraz at gmail.com
preobraz at gmail.com
Sun May 17 21:22:32 CEST 2020
Yes, I understand that GG and your team are doing more than we could
imagine. What quality the program has reached at the moment - is already
amazing. I, like everyone who participates in this newsletter, is
delighted with Cinelerra-GG and its future prospects. Thank you very
much for this hard work.
For my part, I, as before, will identify crashes, offer any additions
and do my best to promote Cinelerra-GG.
Now I'm trying to find out how advanced FFmpeg is to calculate the track
of a point. If I have such data, it will be possible to write a script
to fit the second video into the geometry of the green window.
17.05.2020 18:50, Phyllis Smith пишет:
> Played your video and as Andrea has explained that Tracer and Cinelerra are
> no substitute for rotoscoping and motion. He had logged BT #260 last year
> to have this feature added. There are now 434 bugs / feature requests with
> only a percentage of those already closed. Unfortunately without
> programming help showing up, I do not see a solution any time soon (or even
> in the next year). gg/Phyllis
> On Sun, May 17, 2020 at 3:41 AM <preobraz at gmail.com> wrote:
>> My task: https://streamable.com/9pdskw
>> Comments is in video.
>> 17.05.2020 01:51, Phyllis Smith пишет:
>>> I have created a demo of how to use Tracer to create something similar to
>>> what you noted in your first referenced youtube video. It is not a very
>>> good demo at all but it shows how to do it. It is at:
>>> For best results, the more points you provide using Tracer makes the
>>> outline more exact. Tracer usage is described in the Manual and is easy
>>> use once you figure it out. If you have problems using it, just email
>>> here. Andrea is much more capable of using it than I am.
>>> If you have problems using it let us know and let us know if it works for
>>> you. If you think it needs something else, please outline. gg/phyllis
>>> On Sat, May 16, 2020 at 12:52 PM <preobraz at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Hi all!
>>>> In the video (watch from 1:13):
>>>> shows how a clip is inserted into a chromakey area. I looked at the
>>>> Tracer effect in Cinelerra-gg, but I still did not understand whether it
>>>> was possible to perform a similar task with it.
>>>> If there are no such instruments in Cinelerra-gg - maybe try to adapt
>>>> the Motion effect to the task? I think solving this issue will add
>>>> cinelerra-gg even more professionalism.
>>>> For information: in Adobe After Effects,Screen Replacement & Motion
>>>> Tracking solves this problem. Example:
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