I am proficient in computers, but a relative noob to blender. My video is H.264 with 1080p@60. I have loaded a video in and did the whole tracking system and collected the movement data. I slowly panned left and right and up and down and have about 700 frames.
I followed a tutorial on stabilizing videos, but the exercise got me thinking. If blender knows exactly how far frame 1 is off from frame 2,3,4, and etc it should be able to make an excellent panorama from it.
You start with the 1st frame as your base. Lets say the tracking data says your picture moved up 10 pixels and right 10 pixels. So you take the top 10 (rows) pixels and right 10(columns) pixels and you add them to the top and right of frame 1 and do this for the rest of the 700 frames. If it offers no new pixels ignore that frame. Then you have a panorama. It would be nice to be able to overlay certain frames if a few are blurry or otherwise defective.
Is this possible, and of course how?
I was in the Node Editor and linked the video and tracking data, but then what?