Converts CGITest Eclipse camera tracking files to Nuke .chan camera files
- Author/Maintainer: Sean Wallitsch
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- License: MIT
- Status: Development
- GitHub: https://github.com/shidarin/CGITestConvert
- Python Versions: 2.6-2.7
Converts CGITest Eclipse camera tracking files to Nuke .chan camera files.
The Eclipse camera system is a vehicle (usually helicopter) mounted camera system that offers stability and camera tracking to film & tv photography.
CGITest is the provided application to write out the tracking data when the Eclipse system is running.
To convert a CGITest generated Eclipse camera tracking file in ASCII .txt format to a Nuke .chan file, all you need to do is supply a file to convert, and optionally the destination directory to place the converted file.:
$ cgitest_convert CameraOn-1-cgiLog-141105-121524.txt -d ./chan_files/
If you wish to offset the frame of the resulting frame range, you can provide a -f argument::
$ cgitest_convert CameraOn-1-cgiLog-141105-121524.txt -f 1001
The default is 1
Installing is as simple as using pip::
$ pip install CGITestConvert
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