Is there a way to track an easily identifiable white object that appears in every frame of a video and apply an effect like blur to the space it occupies for every frame that it appears?
In Adobe Premiere Pro, the object would have to be manually selected in its first appearance, and from there you apply a tracking mask for the blur effect for one entire run through the video to track it all the way through to the last frame,
but I'm instead looking for a tracker that does not have to be manually attached. Instead it should detect the patch of white, or white object, automatically for every frame that it appears, and applies the effect to each detected frame wherever the object is located at that time.
The object is distinctive in color against the different-colored background and other objects in the video because of its solid color, and moves to different positions each frame (not fixed in one place), that's why it should be possible somehow maybe by color detection