Amped FIVE Now With Variable Motion Deblurring, Freeze Frame And Keyframe Tracking

Amped Software has released a new version of Amped FIVE containing several popular user requests and important changes. See the new and exciting developments that will make your life easier when investigating images and videos.

Below, you can find out more about Variable Motion Deblurring, Freeze Frame and keyframe tracking within Annotate. 

Update to the newest version today or request a free trial if you have not yet tried Amped FIVE.

Variable Motion Deblurring

Most users will know how powerful Motion Deblurring is. The ability to correct a linear blur on an object that is moving past a camera enables you to bring the pixels back together again. It’s quick and easy on a single image but what happens when it’s on a video and the blur changes with every frame due to the position of the object you are attempting to restore? Well, it used to be a long process, now not anymore!

Variable Motion Deblurring allows you to add blur parameters on a frame-by-frame basis, making changes to size, angle, and thickness. By fine-tuning the blur on each frame we are able to stabilize and integrate the plate to restore and enhance the license plate digits.

Variable Motion Deblurring can now be found within the Deblurring filter category.

Freeze Frame

Freeze Frame is an amazingly simple filter to use, but highly effective within a presentation video or when creating image sequences for charts. This enables you to pause the video and focus on a specific frame for a set duration of time.  

Showing that the video is paused, and how long the pause lasts is vital to ensure that a viewer understands what is happening, avoiding any issues with misinterpretation and is a great help within the courtroom. Visualizing the frozen area makes things also easy when navigating back through a video to apply annotations.

Freeze Frame can now be found within the Presentation filter category.

Annotate – Keyframing

In the previous Amped FIVE update, Amped Software has introduced Assisted Tracking within the Annotate filter and received a lot of positive feedback on this functionality. Now with this update Amped FIVE offers to analysts full keyframe tracking within Annotate.

For those people new to the term, keyframing is the process of animating a change in the properties of an object. Keyframing, like any tracking technique, does take a few goes to get comfortable, but with the keyboard shortcuts and the mouse, you will soon be able to learn the tool in no time.

Formats 

With every update of Amped FIVE, Amped Software increases the format support to deliver more video, audio and timestamp decoding. The powerful Amped Conversion Engine now has many new codec and format variations, including the common N3R CCTV file format. Proprietary HEVC / H265 formats are also available.

New language – German

German has now been added to the list of languages to support the growing number of Amped users in German-speaking countries

Additional Updates 

  • Annotate Text
  • Annotate Lock
  • Measure 3D
  • Video Loader
  • Advanced File Info
  • Add Text, Add Timestamp, Load Timestamp
  • Inspector Tool
  • Multiview & Timeline
  • Auto Selector
  • Deblur Filters

Read the blog post from Amped Software to learn more about this update.

Don’t Delay – Update Today!
If you have an active support plan you can download the latest version straight away by going into the menu Help>Check for Updates Online within Amped FIVE. If you need to renew your SMS plan, please contact Amped Software or an authorized distributor.

Users can also always access the Amped User Support Portal to install and update to the latest version, manage licenses and requests, and download training certificates.

Log into the Amped User Support Portal now.

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