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I have shooted ~300 photos of an object and i'm making timelapse from it. The distance between me and object is 5-7 meters. All these photos are made from different angles, but with the same object in the center similar to this video. The idea is to make turning timelapse about that object. The problem that I have is stabilization. The difference between main object on different photos can be up to 200-300px in both X and Y axis.
I've tried to achieve it with After Effects with Warp Stabilizer and Track Motion, but it didn't help too much. The main object on that video is turning from 0 to 180 degrees, and brightness of pictures is very different, so there is no too much points to track them, and AE somehow didn't work well for me. Maybe I used it in incorrect way. But is there any others way to achieve it?
P.S. Currently I achieved it by making small console application that tracks specific colors in allowed color range, as there is one sign with red color but it's small object, and then it makes shifts based on location of these colors and their count. Partially it works well for me, but I'm sure that I made another useless program as it can be achieved with other software. Is there any software that can helps me for such stabilization?