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You may use ImageFeatureTrack. frames as in OP, then tracks = Transpose@ ImageFeatureTrack[frames, MaxFeatures -> 200, MaxFeatureDisplacement -> 1, Tolerance -> 0.001]; There were 178 tracks found. Dimensions@tracks {178, 100} However, not all tracks have values across all 100 frames. FreeQ[Missing]@tracks False Starting ...


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You just got to remove the initial data:image/jpeg;base64,, everything after that is base64 encoded pixel data. data = Import["https://pastebin.com/raw/KHE6A3gR", "Text"]; data = StringReplace[data, "data:image/jpeg;base64," -> ""]; ImportString[data, "Base64"]


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You are making the image too large to fit on the screen. I know that you are seeking a high quality image but I think you can work with a smaller image size. I created some fake data because I didn't have access to graphpointogather3d3. graphpointogather3d3 = Flatten[Table[{x, y, N[Cosh[(x - 80)/20*(y - 15)/20]]}, {x, 27, 118}, {y, 5, 70}], 1]; I ...


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This is not a full answer As @b3m2a1 suggested, I looked into the paclet and tried updating the functions: p = PacletFind["Service*_*Fl*"] p[[1]]["Location"] Which looks like this: Then I added this to Flickr.m: flickrdata["RawFaves"] := { "URL" -> "https://api.flickr.com/services/rest?method=flickr.favorites.getlist", "...


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