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Blender: exporting camera tracking markers to CSV

For university, I needed a camera tracker which could track motion of some particles under a microscope, and give me the coordinates of a particle for each frame. Blender has a very nice camera tracker which is ridiculously easy to use (and very fast), but it cannot export its results in a gnuplot-compatible format. But, it has a nice Python API, so you can just do it yourself! This is […]

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