Posts tagged with: video analysis

iOS/iPadOS 13 broke the scaling routine in some versions of Video Physics. You could not alter the default 1.0 m scale factor. In the Origin......
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By default, time zero on the video analysis time scale is the start of a movie, because the first frame is marked with a zero......
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While both titles offer a form of video analysis, they are quite different. Pivot is an online collection of interactive videos of real events and......
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This is a Windows only issue. The way videos are processed in the Logger Pro 3 for Windows precludes sound from being played when you......
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Video Physics 3 requires iOS 9.0 or newer. Supported devices include: Compatible with iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus,......
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In late November of 2018, Vernier Video Physics for iOS was updated to make it possible to export data to our Graphical Analysis 4 app.......
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No. Graphical Analysis 4 does not support video analysis. For video analysis on iPad, use Video Physics, a for-purchase app available in the App Store.......
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1) Support the phone or camera to keep it still. Use a tripod, tape the phone to a box, or find another way to avoid......
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Logger Pro 3.12, which does not use QuickTime, was released in mid-October 2016. This resolves the Quicktime security issue with Logger Pro. The latest version......
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A movie may display as a blank (white or black) object for one of these reasons: 1. There is a message that begins with Can’t......
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