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is there a rotoscoping tool robot 02 Jul 03:29
  is there a rotoscoping tool rich404 02 Jul 11:57
2019-07-02 03:29:01 UTC (17 days ago)
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is there a rotoscoping tool

Trying to do something like this in this video, where I can just select an object and cut round it but with just one image and not a video. https://youtu.be/bwudLlEi11Q
is it possible please?

2019-07-02 11:57:52 UTC (17 days ago)
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is there a rotoscoping tool

Trying to do something like this in this video, where I can just select an object and cut round it but with just one image and not a video.
https://youtu.be/bwudLlEi11Q
is it possible please?

A quick look at the video and it seems that roto-scope is a method of extracting a defined area from a background.

All sorts of ways in Gimp. Do a search for extract foreground. There is such a tool in Gimp. I did this little video (duration two and a bit minutes) as a demo for someone who could not get their head around it.

https://youtu.be/d3QP4isEfi8

It is not my favourite. There is a good interactive foreground extract in the gmic gimp plugin www.gmic.eu Depending on the image, scissors tool to make a selection or create a path around the subject and path-to-selection.