Motion - Feature Request 2005x 12x 11x 010729

Feature Request: Gandalf Library


consider support of as a replacement for current motion detection scheme:

Gandalf Library

Gandalf is a computer vision and numerical algorithm library, written in C, which allows you to develop new applications that will be portable and run FAST. Dynamically reconfigurable vector, matrix and image structures allow efficient use of memory. Gandalf has been used to develop the "mokey" motion editing software by Imagineer Systems Ltd, released at IBC'2001 in Amsterdam. Mokey performs automatic inpainting of moving objects over an image sequence, and can also be used to compute an accurate alpha matte or outline of an object.


see page for details. this was discovered at the computer vision homepage.

-- TWikiGuest - 11 Dec 2005

Follow up

It should be able to be include in next motion 4.x when the plugins architecture will be done .

-- AngelCarpintero - 12 Dec 2005

What is actually the request? There is a reference to a library of functions. And your references have 100s of links. And then what? Is there a specific algoritm you are suggesting?

-- KennethLavrsen - 18 Dec 2005

No follow up. No idea what this was all about

-- KennethLavrsen - 24 May 2006


Topic revision: r4 - 24 May 2006, KennethLavrsen
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