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  • Measuring speeds

    Measuring speeds

    1. Tracking the speed
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  • Measuring distances

    Measuring distances

    1. Line length

    Length measurements are done through the line drawing tool.
    You can set the physical length of a visible segment by adding a line over the segment, right clicking the line and using the menu Calibrate Measure
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  • Measuring time

    Measuring time

    1. Adding a Stopwatch
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  • Tracking objects or body joints

    Tracking objects or body joints

    1. Tracking workflow

    The steps involved in tracking an object (or a body joint) are the following:
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  • Using and creating observational references

    Using and creating observational references

    1. Observational references

    Observational references are images or illustrations that you overlay on the video. They can be used for quick qualitative biomechanics and visual comparison with preset reference frames. They are essentially arbitrarily complex static drawings that you can modify to your liking.

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  • Commenting and drawing on key images

    Commenting and drawing on key images

    A Key Image is a time position of special interest. It could be a reference image you would like to enrich with comments, a technical pose you want to highlight with lines or arrows, a key point in the motion flow, etc.

    Manipulating Key Images is done with the dedicated tool bar under the main video display.



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  • Playing motion backward with Reverse

    Playing motion backward with Reverse

    The Reverse function lets you play the motion backward.
    It simply revert the order of the images in the working zone.

    To enable the Reverse function, use the menu Motion > Reverse.

    Tip:

    To return to forward playback, use the Reverse function again.
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  • Summarizing videos with the Overview function

    Summarizing videos with the Overview function

    The Overview function is a summary image of the video.
    It samples images from the video at regular interval and creates a composite picture where you can see the motion at a glance.

    To enable Overview, toggle the menu under Motion > Overview. Set the number of images to use for the composition and the orientation of the motion. The default orientation is left-to-right, which means the first image of the series will be in the top left corner and the last one in the bottom right corner. Result of the Overview function. When you enable the Overview, all playback controls are disabl...
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  • Using overlay grids

    Using overlay grids

    1. Using the flat grid

    Toggle the menu Image > Grid. A grid is displayed on the image.



    The flat grid allows you to make observations on a plane strictly perpendicular to the camera axis.
    Move the grid by drag and drop and resize it using the circular handles at corners.

    Note: The number of divisions can be adjusted by right clicking the grid then using the Configure menu.

    2. Using the perspective grid

    Toggle the menu Image > Perspective Grid. Use the circular handles at the corners to map the grid on a rectangular plane, visible or virtual. For instance place the grid on a plane t...
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  • Adjusting image quality

    Adjusting image quality

    When the image is in Analysis mode (see Observing Motion) and the frames are extracted to memory, you can adjust the quality of images in the video.

    1. Auto levels

    Use the Image > Auto Levels… menu to enhance the color of the image.



    Before and after applying Auto Levels…

    2. Auto contrast

    Use the Image > Auto Contrast… menu to enhance the contrast of the image.



    Before and after applying Auto Contrast…

    3. Sharpen

    Use the Image > Sharpen… menu to emphasize edges in the image. This may help enhance a slightly...
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  • Measuring speeds
    Klausrock
    1. Tracking the speed
    ...
    03-27-2015, 03:03 PM
  • Measuring distances
    Klausrock
    1. Line length

    Length measurements are done through the line drawing tool.
    You can set the physical length of a visible segment by adding a line over the segment, right clicking the line and using the menu Calibrate Measure
    ...
    03-02-2015, 03:02 PM
  • Measuring time
    Klausrock
    1. Adding a Stopwatch
    ...
    03-02-2015, 02:13 PM
  • Tracking objects or body joints
    Klausrock
    1. Tracking workflow

    The steps involved in tracking an object (or a body joint) are the following:
    ...
    03-02-2015, 09:58 AM
  • Using and creating observational references
    Klausrock
    1. Observational references

    Observational references are images or illustrations that you overlay on the video. They can be used for quick qualitative biomechanics and visual comparison with preset reference frames. They are essentially arbitrarily complex static drawings that you can modify to your liking.

    ...
    03-01-2015, 01:33 PM
  • Commenting and drawing on key images
    Klausrock
    A Key Image is a time position of special interest. It could be a reference image you would like to enrich with comments, a technical pose you want to highlight with lines or arrows, a key point in the motion flow, etc.

    Manipulating Key Images is done with the dedicated tool bar under the main video display.



    ...
    02-28-2015, 06:43 PM
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