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 […]
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 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 […]
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 allows the manual tuning of the image transform. It can be used to bring out specific […]
This week on Kinesense: The Clarification Chronicles, we’re going to look at inverting an image, gamma correction and splitting channels.
Inverting an image simply displays the negative of said image. There are no options for this.
Gamma correction is a non-linear method of adjusting the brightness and contrast of an image to make certain user or […]
Clarifications again this week. Previously we looked at cropping clarifications and rotating and scaling. Today it is Noise reduction and Sharpness
When you want to remove noise from your licence plate or sharpen up an image of a suspect looking bunny, Kinesense has the tools for you!
When your image or video contains a lot of […]
More clarifications again this week. We’ve previously covered rotating, scaling and cropping so this time we’re going to move on to the brightness and contrast options found in the Simple section.
Brightness and Contrast
Brightness and contrast is a staple for most image editing software. Brightness increased either the lightness or darkness of the whole image. Increasing the contrast makes the […]
Continuing on from last time when we looked at cropping clarifications, today we are looking at rotating and scaling.
Rotate Image (free)
If you find that the camera is angled at an awkward angle and you want to move it but not by the typical 90 or 180 degrees then you can use the rotate image (free). Here […]
Clarifications, part of the Report tab, are tools that can help you clear up an image or video. Today we’re going to cover the two different types of cropping found in the geometry tools.
If you want to just export a section of an image or video you can do this by cropping the image. Click […]
Getting back to our regular tips this week, we’re taking a look at Vemotion imports. Vemotion is a brand of video recorder. Kinesense has a special option in the Video Import Wizard to allow easy import of multiple channels of video from the Vemotion. Vemotion recorders save video in folders representing 1 hour of video. The […]
In last week’s ‘sneak peak’ at the new features in Kinesense version 3.2, we covered the new options for Multiple Video Exports, Undo Annotations and the FFMpeg update. This week we’ll be looking at the new algorithm options for processing video and how to view them.
Deep learning is a very useful new tool in […]