I'm a beginner at using Adobe Premiere. I need to use it for my master thesis which concerns pedestrian field observation. So I have video files of pedestrians walking on a bridge, I need to lay a grid over the video to gather data from it. Ihave done this using the grid effect. Now my problem is that the video is shot with a wide-lense so a grid with straight lines means I cant use the grid to measure distances and such accurately.
So my question is, is there a way of laying a grid over the video but a scewed/bent one to match the wide-lense view. There are some lines visible in the concrete that I could match it to.
Thanks in advance for your help, very much appreciated
Either use the Titler or Photoshop to draw the grid or lines.
Create a parael screen grid just larger than your target and then use Corner Pin Effect to Skew it.
ie Pin the corners to any points you wish
The drawback with grid and corner pin they are neither gpu effects.