Posts tagged with: video

Vernier sells three versions of the FLIR ONE thermal camera. For a direct comparison of specifications, see www.vernier.com/flir. There are a number of apps available......
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Videos can be collected on smartphones and tablets in any orientation. The orientation metadata may not be read by Logger Pro for Windows, so the......
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Use Thermal Analysis to analyze the temperatures of up to four points or regions in a thermal video taken using the FLIR ONE® Thermal Camera......
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If the video plays in QuickTime player, but not in Logger Pro, you will need to re-compress the video or use a different workflow to......
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Consumer-grade electronics such as video cameras change very frequently. As a result we can’t recommend a specific make or model, because as soon as we......
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Experiments in Video Physics can be deleted from the experiment list screen. Swipe left with one finger on the title of the experiment or anywhere......
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It can be useful to create the calculated columns needed for a particular analysis in one file, then distribute a copy of that file to......
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Flip cameras that record to .m4v or .mp4 files may not work fine with Logger Pro. For these cameras, you can use HandBrake http://handbrake.fr/) to......
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Logger Pro does not, by design, automatically create x and y acceleration columns for video analysis projects. If you want to see acceleration data, you......
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Video synchronization requires the data from your sensors to have a column named “Time”. Data imported from TI calculators are labeled with the name used......
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