Video Physics is available only for iPadOS and iOS. It is available in the App Store.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vernier-video-physics/id389784247?mt=8

A different and newer application for performing video analysis is also available. It is Vernier Video Analysis, which will run on iPadOS as well as other platforms. The remainder of this page is not about Vernier Video Analysis.

For a quick reference on the features of Video Physics, tap the Help button on the main screen of the app.

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