[kinovea-dev] Re : Re: Tracking on (more or less) all tools

salut

à defaut de coder, je te signale l'existence d'une librairie : openCV dont un 
wrapper EmguCV existe en .Net

Cette librairie a l'air puissante et j'avoue que je ne saurais dire quel 
avantage à l'utiliser à la place de AForge.Net :)

Nicolas



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De : Joan <joan@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Envoyé le : Lun 8 Février 2010, 0 h 57 min 21 s
Objet : [kinovea-dev] Re: Tracking on (more or less) all tools

Hi,
Earlier today I submitted the refactoring of tracking code to trunk.
It's a rather big commit, hopefully I didn't break anything :-)

In the meantime, I have tried to improve the tracking a bit with some
variations on the naive algorithm, but it didn't really worked…
I also updated the AForge.NET dll, to the latest trunk (revision 1163).

Thanks,
joan.


Le 04/02/2010 10:55, Erik Larsson a écrit : 
Hi,
> 
>
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>Thanks for the heads-up
>
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>I'm working on dual video export, so it's not a problem.
>>I think I'm getting there soon, but I have thought that in two days now
>so....
>
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>/Erik
>
>
>2010/2/3 Joan <joan@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>
>Hi,
>>
>>>>I have started to refactor the Track stuff, so just in case you were
>>considering working on it, please avoid modifying to it during the next
>>few days, as it will change a lot.
>>>>I am moving files around and making abstract classes. Hopefully it'll
>>later be easier to test various algorithms/parameters and the tracking
>>will be better separated from the visual rendering of the track.
>>
>>>>Thanks,
>>>>joan.
>>
>>
>>>>Le 31/01/2010 23:22, Joan a écrit :
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>>>>>>I guess I should start by cleaning up the Track.cs a bit. For a start
>>>the tracking calls should be more independant of the rest of the class.
>>>(allowing to work on the multiple point tracking and improving the algo
>>>at the same time.)
>>>
>>
>>
>



      

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