VectorTracker v1.0

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Contributor: Jorrit Schulte
A tracker that uses vector information rather than image data to generate tracking points.
11.0, 10.5, 10.0, 9.0, 8.0, 7.1, 7.0 or later
03 Mar 2018

This is a tracker gizmo that uses vector information rather than image data to track points. This us useful for certain tracking jobs that are otherwise hard to accomplish. Think of shots that constantly shift focus, or tracks on objects that deform.
This gizmo works with both classic nuke vectors or smartvector data.

Simply render out either classic nuke vectors or smartvectors, and use this tool to generate tracker points. you can try using a VectorGenerator node to generate live vectors instead, but due to the way nuke and python sample image data this wont always work.
the poinsts are exported to a regular Tracker node.


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0 # Max van Leeuwen 2018-03-23 11:27
0 # dean lewis 2022-08-30 15:29
So, clearly I am late to the party, but I am having issues.

running NukeX 13.2V1 on macOS

each time I try to launch the tracker, I get the following message:

"name 'xrange' is not defined"

i feel like this maybe be an issue related to python 3? I have no idea...

0 # dean lewis 2022-09-27 20:19
0 # Colin Rhodes 2022-10-12 05:28
Hi Dean,
Yes it is a Python 3 issue.xrange was deprecated in Python 3.
Open the code and search for xrange and chnage to range, then it will work. It is there 3 times.

Line 87: rangeList = xrange(first, last+1)
Line 89: rangeList = reversed(xrange (last, first+1))
Line 241: framerange = xrange(first, last+1)
0 # Karl Howard 2023-10-13 07:39
Hey, So i've changed the code as mentioned above but now I cant get the VectorTracker into the script?

It will say
/Users/ karlgeorge/.nuk e/VectorTracker .py: plugin
did not define VectorTracker

Is there anything i might be missing?

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