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    Thumbs up create wireframe clip from moving animal in video

    Hello people,

    This is my first post on this great video-edit forum
    I'm sorry for my English, but I am Dutch.

    What I want is just like the topic-title says:
    Creating a motion "wireframe" (green lines) from a walking animal in a movie clip. The movie clip is made on a tripod, so the background is not moving.

    I want the animal being wire framed when it walks in, and then changed (fading/morphing?) to "real-time" (like I filmed it in my home).

    How can I achieve this?

    Many thanks in advance!!

    With kind regards,

    Atmoz

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    Maybe this will help, I haven't started to play with it yet... Sound like that it will do what you are looking for. But am not 100% take a look..

    Its free software so worth having a look at least..

    blender.org - Home

    blender.org - Get Blender


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    Thanks!!

    I must say... this looks a little bit "over the top" for me...
    I have not much experience with video edit, so maybe I've to find something else, or someone who wants to make this for me. (offcourse for money!!)

    With kind regards,

    Atmoz

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