The Binoculars function creates twin magnified circular windows touching each other and can be panned. The radius of viewing disc, co-ordinates of the center point of the line joining the disc centers (and final co-ordinates) are to be given. If final co-ordinates are omitted, the view remains stationary at initial co-ordinates. The end magnification can also be specified. It can give a zoom effect if properly used. The co-ordinates must be specified within limits that ensure both the discs are inside frame. RGB, YUY2 and Planar formats 8/9-16/32 bit depths are supported. Is Thread Safe.

Description |
Name |
Type |
Limits |
Default |

clip | clip | none | ||

Effect start frame number | sf | Integer | within clip | first frame |

Effect end frame number | ef | Integer | within clip | last frame |

Effect end frame number | Integer | within clip | none | |

Radius of view circles | radius | integer | 8 or more | 1/8th smaller frame dimension |

magnification at start | magx | integer | minimum 2, not more than 1/4 of radius | 4 |

x coordinate at start | sx | integer | diameter to width - diameter | mid frame |

y coordinate at start | sy | integer | radius to height - radius | mid frame |

x coordinate at end | ex | integer | diameter to width - diameter | sx |

y coordinate at end | ey | integer | radius to height - radius | sy |

magnification at end | emagx | integer | minimum 2, not more than 1/4 of radius | magx |

#Usage examples:-

EffectBinoculars(last,51,100,radius=60,magx=4,sx=60,sy=60,ex=600,ey=400) EffectBinoculars(last,51,100,radius=60,magx=2,sx=200,sy=300, emagx=8)

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