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I've found 2 useful references: LEVIN, A., ZOMET, A., PELEG, S., AND WEISS, Y. 2004. Seamless image stitching in the gradient domain. In European Conference on Computer Vision, 377–389. and PÉREZ, P., GANGNET, M., AND BLAKE, A. 2003. Poisson image editing. ACM Transactions on Graphics (SIGGRAPH ’03), 313– 318.


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Use Avanti with ffmpeg. The former has a job control manager where you drop in multiple files at once and go. You can find webm encoding guide for ffmpeg here: http://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Encode/VP8 Use crf mode encoding and experiment till you get desired size. Set b:v high like 10M and tweak CRF value and if you have no audio, use -an in place of -c:a ...


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Even with a floppy drive, you may be SOL -- it's likely the drivers won't work in your current OS. You might have to fire up a virtual machine with an older OS. If the video is analog, consider a USB video capture device. Here's a whole page of them, or search for "USB video capture".


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If your tv says that it is 1080p, it should be able to display 1080p and anything below, including 720p. If your kodi box outputs 720p, any TV rated at 1080 or higher should have no problem displaying it. There isn't really a way to "switch" your TV to 720p mode, it should just display at whatever resolution it's fed by your kodi box. I would guess that ...


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I'm no expert and I'm not in USA so not familiar with the US plate system, but I've just used VLC player (free download available) with a crop adjustment made top and bottom to allow me to view the center of the video double sized on my monitor, then found a few frames where the plate looks clearest and taken a screen grab and into photoshop to zoom in. ...


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Depends on the type of mount your camera has. This is a good solution for the A7S or A7R and was recently shown at NAB: The Aputure DEC. They also have one for MFT. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?ci=23192&N=3989452947&mnp=0&mxp=1000 And this should be available soon! ...


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You need something like the Blackmagic Multiview: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/multiview or Matrox Quad-Split http://www.matrox.com/video/en/products/microquad/ or Decimator MD-QUAD http://decimator.com/Products/MultiViewers/MD-QUAD%20Quad-Split%20MultiViewer/MD_Quad.html These units take HD-SDI input and can then display it on a HDMI (or SDI) ...


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It can be, basically you need a program with some sort of color corrector. In Premiere its called the three-way color corrector/fast color corrector, in vegas, its secondary color corrector I believe. In PP, using three-way color corrector/fast color corrector, all you have to do is select an area that should be white in the frame using 'white level' and ...


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On a Windows Based System you can use the Sony Vegas PRO and Sony Vegas Movie Studio, which has several plugins which you can apply in a per-track and/or per-event basis. The "per-track" option may allow you to place a bunch of video clips in the same track on your timeline so that the same color correction preset or customised parameters will be applied to ...


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I have used virtualdub with avysunth ColorYUV(autowhite=true) it seem to have done an "ok" job


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FFMpeg's vid.stab filter is configurable. Crank up the time-scale and even slow global motion should get stabilized. You have to run it as a 2-pass process: detect, and then stabilize. If you're going to do more with the video later, after stabilizing, output to a lossless format and then point your other tools at that.


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Adobe premiere and After effects have a stabilizer plugin with a "no motion" setting that does what you want. These are commercial applications. The free Da vinci resolve lite also has a "stabilize option" (but I have never tried personally)


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MoviePy looks less intimidating than other scripting languages. It may be easier to script your time tag cutting tool with it. http://zulko.github.io/moviepy/



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