Dear friends, welcome to this week’s tip! As much as our users love their job, we know they’re often frustrated because they’ve been given some video frames and asked to extract the impossible from them. You’re not alone, it happens everywhere, also thanks to the non-sense enhancement scenes advertised by movies and TV series. The bad news: this tip is not about solving the impossible. The good news: it’s about what you can do with Amped Replay to turn your “NO WAY, SIR!” to something clear and credible, that even the most tech-agnostic person can get. Keep reading to find out!Continue reading
Dear Amped blog lovers, welcome to this week’s tip! Today we’re dedicating some room to a very simple yet powerful tool in Amped Replay, namely the Light filter. We’ll see that it actually embeds two distinct processing algorithms, and we’ll guide you to a full understanding of what’s under the hood. So, keep reading to find out!Continue reading
Dear Tip Tuesday lovers welcome to this week’s tip! Today we’re dedicating some words to a handy feature that’s part of Amped Replay‘s Annotation tools: the possibility of extending your video to make room for zoomed regions, textual comments, logos, etc. Thanks to that, you don’t have to hide objects in your video when you’re adding annotations. Keep reading to find out more.Continue reading
Dear Amped blog fellows, welcome to this week’s Tip Tuesday! Privacy is getting more and more important in the digital era, and people are becoming aware (or sick) of having their faces constantly filmed by CCTV cameras. That’s why Amped Replay features simple yet great video redaction tools, that just got better with the latest release. Keep reading to find out how you can hide, in less than a minute, moving objects and subjects in your video before sending it out!Continue reading
Ciao Tip Tuesday friends! This week we have a special surprise: we are pleased to dedicate the first Tip to our newest product Amped Replay. Replay is an enhanced video player designed to help even nontechnical users in their daily work with forensic images and videos. It covers the acquisition, triage, essential enhancement, redaction, annotation, and exporting phases. All of that served with Amped’s special seasoning, that is, forensic soundness. For a full product presentation, just visit this page, or watch this video. Today, we’re focusing on a great feature in Amped Replay: the Magnify annotation tool, which lets you create compelling and attractive zooms of selected areas in your frame.
Let’s imagine a case where a robbery takes place in a chemical factory, and the offenders drive away in a car. The stolen material could be easily weaponized. The ability to readily send out a video to the media showing the vehicle means that you can turn all citizens into patrols looking for the criminals’ car. But you need to do it quickly, in minutes.
The closest police patrol arrives on scene and the officers head to the CCTV recorder and grab a video showing the offenders’ vehicle. The officers get their laptop out, fire up Amped Replay, and the video is ready for inspection. The suspects’ vehicle is quite visible, as shown below:Continue reading