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Object Tracking is the challenging task of estimating, through a set of algorithms, the trajectory of an object in an image plane as it moves through a scene, that is in all frames of a video.

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Technically, it is about Tracking a specific object rather than the entire scene, which makes it the inverse of Camera Tracking. So if you want to place an object on something moving within the scene, Object Tracking is the visual effect to opt for. There are many methods to accomplish this process and numerous factors affect the performance of a Tracking algorithm, such as illumination variation, occlusion, and background clutters.

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