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Kinovea. A video analysis software for sport. Targets coaches, athletes and medical professionals. Also useful in ergonomics and animation study. Kinovea’s Functions. C:\Users\Katty\Downloads\Kinovea functions.html Kinovea works in many different format. AVI, MPG, MOV, WMV, MP4, FLV,

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kinovea

Kinovea

A video analysis software for sport.

Targets coaches, athletes and medical professionals.

Also useful in ergonomics and animation study.

kinovea s functions
Kinovea’s Functions
  • C:\Users\Katty\Downloads\Kinovea functions.html
  • Kinovea works in many different format.
  • AVI, MPG, MOV, WMV, MP4, FLV,

3GP, MKV, VOB, MOD, TOD.

kinovea tutorial
Kinovea Tutorial
  • C:\Users\Katty\Pictures\kinovea tutorial.htm
steps involved in tracking an object in kinovea
Steps involved in tracking an object in Kinovea
  • 1.Right click the object to track and use the menu Track Path.
  • Move the video forward using the Play button, the Next Frame button or the Mouse Wheel.
  • Adjust point location when necessary during the Path creation.
  • To finish tracking, right-click and use the menu End Path Edition.

Tracking workflow

2 choosing the object to track
2. Choosing the object to track
  • To improve automatic tracking results, the object to track should be well contrasted and feature rich.
  • The shape of the object should not change much during the tracking.
  • You may also consider the use of tracking stickers or reflective stickers to improve the results.
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3. Path creation

  • When the tracking is in progress, you will see two rectangles around the object being tracked.
  • The inner rectangle is the feature window [A], while the outer rectangle is the search window [B
4 interacting with the path track
4. Interacting with the Path Track
  • Once you are at the last image of the Path you want to track, end the tracking by right clicking the tool and using the menu End Path Edition.The rectangles disappear.
  • All points location are locked.
  • The Path is now interactive and you can jump to any image by clicking on the corresponding point.Drag the target along the trajectory to browse the motion.
  • If some points are misplaced, go to the image corresponding to the misplaced point, right-click the path and use menu Restart Path Edition.Adjust the point location and return to interactive mode by right-click + End Path Edition.
5 configuring display options
5. Configuring display options
  • Right click on the Path track and use the menu Configuration to access the display options.
  • The following settings are available:
  • Display modesThe Path track can be in one of three mode:
  • [A] - Complete path - All the path is drawn all the time. (This is the default option).
  • [B] - Path section around current image - Only a small section of the path is drawn, typically 25 images around the current point.
  • [C] - Label following the path - Only a small section of the path is drawn, and the defined label is displayed at the current point.
measurement
Measurement
  • Additional information on total distance or speed can be displayed by choosing one of the options:
  • Distance - The total distance between the start of the path and the current point.
  • Speed - The average speed of the last segment of the path.
  • To express distance and speed in real world units, you must first add a line and set its real length as described in Measuring distances.
  • Key imagesWhen key images are within the time boundaries of the path, they are displayed as small labels attached to their image position.You can move the key images labels around to clarify the view.
  • When using one of the measurement display option, the key image labels will display the distance or speed of their respective position.