For those Technophiles out there who are into capturing and analysing their sporting performance.
I have found and been using a piece of free software Kinovea. It allows you to analyse any captured video, make measurements, slow down, mark up, etc.
I've been using it to make some bike fit measurements, such as leg angle, knee drop, arm position, etc.
The best feature is it's free! Just thought there must be others interested in this sort of stuff.
Not sure if it works with Apple
Another Apple user.... :)
WTF is peoples objections to Macs? Some people have made a choice not to keep rebooting there computers, even iPhone owners still trash Macs. I don't get it.
Interesting. As a PC user who is a techno neanderthal I have from time to time asked a tech question on this forum and invariably, in fact always, get a "Get a Mac" response. But I don't recall ever seeing anything similar directed toward Mac users.
Haha Mac user response :)
You might try to install and run on top of Wine: http://wiki.winehq.org/MacOSX
Sorry, I have a PPC Mac so I can't try it here.
I have been using this as well. I tried a few others but this has the best features for a free unlimited version.
Just need to get a shuttered camera to get nice clean crisp frames
Does it run on Linux?
Simon, good one!
No, but as above you can try running on Wine. The software coder has had requests for porting to Mac and Linux but says they don't have resources/time/whatever - fair enuff... source code is there ;-)
Yep any captured video. I've just been using stuff from my DSLR