I have tried Voodoo. It works fine and is very easy to use with Blender.
It is fully automated, and does’nt allows inserting points manually, but it works very well.
I have used it in the Flying Saucer short sequence (study) available here at the bottom of the list on my download page :
I must add a simple warning, because when I did my first trial I thought that the script didn’t work. After importing the animation in Blender with the script, the camera didn’t move.
Here is the reason why:
When you use a sequence of images (you can’t use an AVI file in Voodoo), each file has a number.
For my own, I have no video camera, so I used a digital photo camera and I made a panorama frame by frame.
The first image file of the sequence had a name like 000620.JPG, so Voodoo created Ipo curves for the camera, starting at frame 620 !
When I launched the animation in Blender, I haven’t seen anything moving, because the camera was steady until frame 620.
So, be carefull and look at the Ipo curve (Shift it on time axis if necessary), or rename the whole sequence to make the animation start at frame 1.