I am glad to announce the release of VEGASPython 1.01 including a new feature Invert_Copy_Motion_Track_to_PiP_Values
The main new feature for users is
VEGAS 17 introduced an update of the Motion Tracker including planar tracking. Together with the new PIP (Picture-in-Picture) effect the motion tracker allows to attach media to an object. To achieve this the VEGAS extension „Copy motion track to PIP“ has to be used to transfer the motion tracking information from the tracker to the PIP effect.
Instead of letting a PIP follow an object in a clip, you can use the motion tracker for stabilising a clip too.
The advantage of using the motion tracker for stabilising is that you can select the object that should be stabilzed. In special cases this might give better results than a normal stabilizer can provide.
Using the motion tracker for stabilising is done by inverting the values copied from the tracker to the PIP. This neutralises the movement of the tracked object and it does not leave its position on the screen anymore.
The script for inverting the copied tracking values is part of VEGASPython 1.01.
Please follow the instruction here: https://www.hlinke.de/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=en:vegaspython_clip_stabilisation_using_mt
For developers VEGASPython provides one new feature:
- font and font size of the VEGASPython interactive Window can now be configured in the VEGASpython Config file