[CinCV TNG] Motion stabilisation issue
miro.rovis at croatiafidelis.hr
Tue May 3 14:42:03 CEST 2016
The issue below:
On 160502-19:21+0200, mag m. wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I just checked for the first time the motion stabilisation plugin on
> cinelerra cv 2.3, I followed this tutorial from 2008 to try to stabilize :
> I also noticed some bugs such as the block area which can be resized only
> horizontally, also only half of the block appears (see image in attachment)
> and it seems that some buttons to tweak are hidden by the text, (see image
> in attachment).
> As a result, it resizes the image but i cannot see according to what exactly
> because the tracking area does not seem to grab any specific pixel, mostly
> when it targets a small area.
> It also distorts the image in a weird way. Maybe it does the same thing as
> you Edouard, I'm not sure.
can be seen in various works by 3 different Cinelerra vesions on a 25
seconds video here:
the accompanying text being here:
> All the best to all of you,
> Le 2016-05-02 12:16 am, edouard chalaron a écrit :
> >Hi all
> >Can anyone double check the motion stabilisation plugin?
> >I am using it for vertical compensation only (no translation) and the
> >results are at best odd : the recalculated frame is squeezed vertically
> >instead of being moved.
> >Anyone noticed this problem before ?
> >Many thanks
> >Cinelerra mailing list
> >Cinelerra at lists.cinelerra-cv.org
I saw developers have taken notice. I will certainly be most happy if I
could post some of the next days (I should have a lot of motion
stabilization to do these days... and it's a defeat: I have to do them
with the 2 yrs old Cinelerra... of the three vesions in my study linked
above)... [if I could post] some good example on motion stabilization at
(who could tell the date? so 'xx'), at:
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