Category Archives: Tip Tuesday

Customizable Power! Learn How to Customize Amped Replay Interface and Show Only the Features That You Need

Dear loyal summer readers, thanks for being here instead of having a swim! Today’s tip won’t be long, I promise, but it covers a feature of Amped Replay that I’m sure is unknown to most. Did you know Amped Replay can be configured to enable/disable some of the software functionalities and optionally show messages on the GUI? This can be extremely useful when deploying Replay to different units having different skill levels. Keep reading to know more about it!

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Learn How to Use Amped Authenticate’s Shadows Filter Like a Pro for Clearer Results and Faster Processing!

Dear friends welcome to this week’s tip! I hope you didn’t miss the latest news about Amped Authenticate! With the last Update 17658, we’ve introduced a brand new filter category, called Geometrical Analysis, which includes the Shadows filter. Today we’ll demonstrate how to choose which shadow constraints to be added and which would not add any value.  Avoiding useless constraints will make processing faster and produce more pleasant output images. Keep reading!

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Stay in the Range! Learn How to Use Amped FIVE’s Show Saturation Feature to Spot Saturated Pixels in Your Images

Hello, Tip Tuesday friends! Here in Italy, it keeps getting warmer every day… if the trend doesn’t change, soon our thermometer will… saturate! Never heard of this term? It’s quite an important one in forensic video processing! Keep reading to find out its meaning and its implications when working with Amped FIVE.

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Deeper and Deeper: Learn How to Verify the Consistency of Image Sequences With Some Less-Known Metadata!

Hello dear friends, welcome to this week’s tip! Today we’re dedicating some room to metadata analysis with Amped Authenticate. In particular, we’ll deal with two cases where metadata were altered to change the acquisition date, but… the forger was not clever enough, and we’ll catch him! Curious? Keep reading!

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Trading Time for Definition Part 2: Temporal and Motion Smoothing Are the Way to Cleaner and Ghost-Free Videos!

Hi, dear readers! Here we are, ready for a new tip. Today we’re concluding our mini-series about Amped FIVE‘s Frame Averaging, Temporal Smoothing, and Motion Smoothing. They’re all ways to reduce the noise in videos by integrating the information from multiple frames, but they’re quite different in what they do. Keep reading to find out more!

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Yes, It Makes the Difference! A Practical Guide to Why You Should Keep Your Amped Products Up To Date

Dear Amped friends, welcome to this week’s tip! Another release of Amped FIVE has just been published, and we want to take this opportunity to make a special Tip Tuesday: with some examples, we’ll show you why you should keep your Amped products updated! We’ll do it in a comparative fashion, showing the best you could achieve with an older version vs what you can get with the latest releases. Keep reading, you’ll have fun!

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Trading Time for Definition: Learn How to Master Amped FIVE’s Frame Averaging Filter

Dear Tip Tuesday readers, welcome! Today we’re beginning a mini-series covering some of Amped FIVE‘s filters that are very useful when dealing with a noisy video (which, alas, happens so often): Frame Averaging, Temporal Smoothing and Motion Smoothing. We’ll see the advantages of each filter and when you should choose one over the other. Today we start with Frame Averaging… keep reading!

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What Is “Better”? Understanding the Differences Between Amped FIVE or Amped Replay vs Consumer Video Players

Dear friends welcome to this week’s tip! Today we take inspiration from a question that we receive from time to time from our users. It basically goes like this: “How come consumer players like VLC sometimes appear to play the video better than Amped FIVE or Amped Replay?”. If you’re curious about the answer… just keep reading!

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