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Sunday, July 24th 2011, 7:15am

Dynamically moving a video hot spot while it's playing ?

is this possible?

If I shoot a video, and rotate the camera is it possible to move the hotspot to follow the movement while the video runs?

Just an idea right now.

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Monday, July 25th 2011, 12:34am

Technically, yeah, if you had a computer to do the mechanical tracking and are able to record it and program it perfectly in code so it doesn't look crappy.
Effectively no.
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Tuesday, July 26th 2011, 5:25am

hmmm...

I'm not so sure about that, perhaps depends on how it's shot, level of transparency or alpha, size and of course the power of the viewers device/connection speed.

I do agree this is a very complex hole to fill. So many variables and possible variants. It seems the dominate hardware/software vendors keep increasing the techno-babel tower of incompatible "standards."

And of course clients want it all for little - good luck on that *rolleyes*

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Wednesday, July 27th 2011, 5:00am

I don't think the CPU will be too much of an issue, but getting it to match perfectly would be impossible. It's hard enough to match a single stationary video frame, but doing it as a moving target... Unless you mask anything that would need matching up... Doing a moving object and getting semi close might be ok.. But I don't know how to mask moving objects well either. If anyone has a good tutorial, I'd love to learn it.. It's one of my big gaps.
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