FalCon etra FrameMerge
The Tool for Merging and Comparing Multiple Image Sequences
The module FrameMerge offers the comparison of several video
sequences by image superposition/overlay or by split-screen/mosaic.
Create descriptive result movies for documentation or representation.
The features of the module are designed acc. to the problems in the crash-test
Recordings from different cameras with varying lenses and possibly variable view
cut-outs are to be combined precisely aligned.
The objects often cannot be configured with respect to their color and
the environment is mostly fixed, therefore only small differences
between congruent images can be expected.
The user guidance is analogous to the known FalCon etra modules:
A clearly laid out working window integrates all necessary steps. Preview
and thumbnail images enable an easy visual assessment and show you the
result of the merging process. All inputs and settings can be saved as a
document; template files allow a quick repetition of a following test.
Express your test by multiple videos!
- Several channels (number not restricted) = temporal sequences of frames (raw image data
or standard file formats) or AVI videos
- Per each channel:
time mapping, picture post-processing, rectification, section, zoom
(see Picture Transformation in FalCon QuickView)
Assemble = Merge
- Overlay transparency adjustable per each channel
- Free positioning of the channels in
order to compensate different camera positions:
translation, rotation, zoom and flipping.
- Automatic positioning of the channels via reference markers
(= steadiness control between the channels)
- Superposition / overlay modes to choose from:
Sum, difference, minimum, maximum, pseudo-color
- Split-screen / mosaic up to 3x3 raster
- Visual assessment in the working window
- Standard image file formats BMP, TIF, JPG
- AVI videos (uncompressed/compressed)
- Program system for computer platforms under Windows 2003/2008/2012, Windows 7/8/10
- User interface compliant to MS-Windows.
- Technical specifications are subject to change.