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Kinesense tips & tricks #47 – New in 3.2: Face recognition review

Following on from last week (fine… two weeks ago) where we looked at importing videos using face recognition, today we are going to look at how you can review these videos once you’ve imported them.

Review

When you want to review your newly imported video you can select it in the Review tab as usual.

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By |February 15th, 2019|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Kinesense tips & tricks #47 – New in 3.2: Face recognition review

Kinesense tips & tricks #46 – New in 3.2: Face recognition import

Another week, another blog about the latest features in 3.2 We’ve previously covered doorway analysis and this week it’s the turn of face recognition. This is a new analysis algorithms that, along with 3rd party face recognition servers, can find faces as you’re importing a video. Since this is a quite a large new feature […]

By |February 1st, 2019|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Kinesense tips & tricks #46 – New in 3.2: Face recognition import

Kinesense v3.2 released!

The day has finally come my fellow Kinenerds, version 3.2 is here! When we weren’t working hard on bringing you delightful weekly blogs we’ve been slaving away to bring you this latest release. For the next few weeks we’ll be going through all the new features, which we started last week with doorway analysis. […]

By |January 25th, 2019|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Kinesense v3.2 released!

Kinesense tips & tricks #45 – New in 3.2: Doorway Analysis

A few weeks ago we gave you a sneak peak of some of the new features in version 3.2. To celebrate the upcoming new release we’re going to go more in depth into each of those features, starting with doorway analysis.

‘Doorway analysis’ is a new video analytics algorithm to deal with tricky doorway surveillance videos. […]

By |January 18th, 2019|Tips & Tricks, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Kinesense tips & tricks #45 – New in 3.2: Doorway Analysis

Tips & Tricks 2019

To start off the new year (let’s just forget about last week for the moment) we want to know if there is anything you want us to cover!

Is there a part of the software you’d like to know more about, any up coming features you’d like more detail on or do you have any […]

By |January 11th, 2019|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Tips & Tricks 2019

Kinesense tips & tricks #44 – Clarification: Stabilize and temporal median

Greeting my fellow Kinenerds and welcome to the first of 2019’s tips and tricks blogs. To ease us back into the new year we’re once again going to tackle clarifications. We’ve covered most of the other clarifications in blog #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41 and #42 (there are a lot of them!). Today we’ll […]

By |January 4th, 2019|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Kinesense tips & tricks #44 – Clarification: Stabilize and temporal median

Kinesense tips & tricks 2018 – A year in review

Since this will be the last tips & tricks of 2018 we thought it would be an idea to put all the tips in one handy blog post for you (also I’m hours away from my Christmas break and this seems easier that writing something new!)

Reports

Title slidesReport clip editingAdd evidence info to reportDisclosure ReportsRe-numberResize report […]

By |December 14th, 2018|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Kinesense tips & tricks 2018 – A year in review

Kinesense tips & tricks #43 – Milestone import

Taking a break from our epic journey through clarification this week to take a look at the importation of Milestone videos. Milestone is a VMS solution that can be accessed directly from Kinesense using our Milestone plug-in. VMS, or video management systems, collect videos from cameras or other sources, stores that video and provides an interface […]

By |December 7th, 2018|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Kinesense tips & tricks #43 – Milestone import

Kinesense tips & tricks #42 – Clarification: Deblur and superresolution

Having moved into the advanced section last week with histogram edits, The Clarification Chronicles continues this week by looking at the deblur and superresolution options.
Deblur  

DeBlur uses a ‘Fast Fourier Transform’ to reverse certain types of image blur. The key to ‘deblur’ is modelling how the blur happened – did the camera move, and how much and […]

By |November 30th, 2018|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Kinesense tips & tricks #42 – Clarification: Deblur and superresolution

Kinesense tips & tricks #41 – Clarification: Histogram

Kinesense: The Clarification Chronicles continues with Histograms this week. A histogram is a graphical representation of the tonal distribution in an image. In Kinesense there are three different options that can be accessed from the histogram clarification 
Histogram Edit
Histogram Edit allows the manual tuning of the image transform. It can be used to bring out specific […]

By |November 23rd, 2018|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Kinesense tips & tricks #41 – Clarification: Histogram