I updated cv.jit and noticed the method presented in the earlier version of cv.jit labeled: "Robust Tracking of Two (or more) Points", does not work anymore. Max just sends an error message: "jit.scissors mismatch dim". cv.jit.trackgroup abstraction is in the "obsolete"-folder in the new version.
Is this a bug or is it not even supposed to work anymore? Any workarounds?
I am using windows and max 4.5.6 & Jitter 1.5.2
cv.jit.track was changed in version 1.5 to output 1-dimension matrices. This was done to standardize output and make it work with other objects. jit.scissors does not work with 1-dim matrices.
It’s true that cv.jit.trackgroup is "obsolete". A better way to achieve robust tracking now is with cv.jit.features and the "roi" attribute.
To make the old robust tracking patch work with the new cv.jit.track, you need to add [jit.dimmap @map 0 -1] between cv.jit.track and jit.scissors.
Ok. I see. Thank you for the clarification and fixing suggestion!
I was just wondering what the heck was wrong as previously working patch suddenly stopped working.
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