One of the biggest challenges in Forensic Video Analysis (FVA), is the restoration and enhancement of motion blur. In this latest ‘How To’ article, published on Forensic Focus, David Spreadborough returns to Amped FIVE and takes us through one of this year’s new filters, Variable Motion Deblurring.
Learn how the filter works to turn blurred noise into restored and actionable data.
Dear friends, it is with a bittersweet feeling that I’m announcing this will be the last Tip Tuesday. The bitter part is just because I’m a bit emotional and I got used to this weekly appointment… but the sweet part is that we’ll continue writing new posts in 2021, just a bit different… so the best is yet to come!
To say goodbye, I’ve prepared a list of the 52 tips that accompanied this difficult 2020, so you have them all here for quick reference. And if you want, you can also take a look at the list of 2019 tips.
Thanks to all our loyal followers, we’ll meet again next year (#bringon2021) ready for a new experience!
Dear readers, welcome to our weekly tip! Today we continue exploring the features and powers of the Amped FIVEAssistant. We’ll see how you can customize and create your own scripts and, most importantly, why you may want to do it. So keep reading and walk with us!
Dear Amped friends, welcome! Today we’re sharing a tip that’s been waiting for too long: it’s about Amped FIVE‘s Assistant! It’s a very powerful and handy tool, but many users tend to forget about it… just because they’ve never tried it! We’re thus dedicating a mini-series to the Assistant. Take a breath and dive with us!
Dear friends, welcome to this week’s tip! Today we’re showing the difference between two Amped FIVE filters that often get confused: Convert Frame Rate and Change Frame Rate. We’ll see that they’re similar in the name, but they do something quite different. Keep reading to find out more!
Dear tip crunchers, welcome to this week’s tip! Today we’ll finish the mini-series on exporting formats. Last week, we discussed the case of images: we saw some criteria to choose the proper kind of compression, and we reviewed the range of options offered by Amped products. Today it’s about video, so… keep reading!
Dear friends welcome to this week’s tip! A question we get very often from our users is: which format should I choose to write my enhanced video/image once I’m done? We’re thus happy to introduce a mini-series of two tips on this subject! Today we’ll introduce the topic and discuss the case where your final output is an image, next week we’ll deal with videos. So, keep reading! And see you back here next week for part 2!
Dear friends, welcome to a brand new tip, which covers both Amped Replay and Amped FIVE! It’s the kind of tip people love: very quick and potentially a lifesaver! We’ll show how you can protect the annotations that you make so that you don’t accidentally edit or delete them. Keep reading!
For a few months now, Amped FIVE features the new Annotate filter, which makes annotating your video so easy and effective at the same time. This tip is dedicated to the difference between adding multiple annotation objects using a single instance of the filter or adding one annotation per filter. It’s not the same! Curious? Keep reading!
Dear friends welcome to a brand new tip! Today we’re sharing a very simple yet handy Amped FIVE tip, which can help you get better results and present your work at its best. We’ll see how to compare the result at two or more different points within the same chain. Keep reading!