Strobe ï¿½ lets you turn any digital video into a still strobe image. If kinematic
data is available it can be overlayed on top of the strobe.
Although commonly-used to describe an electronic flash unit, especially one used
in a studio, a strobe (short for "stroboscope" or "stroboscopic lamp") actually
refers to an intermittently-flashing, extremely-short duration, bright light
APAS/Wizard Strobe ï¿½ simulates this in software by creating a still image from
multiple images or from video.
Creating a strobe image
|To capture video to a hard drive. This can include firewire capture
from DV cameras.
|Select an existing video file (*.avi; *.mpg; *.wmv).
|Events can be determined
automatically or manually. Events uniquely identify the frames of the
|Create still image based on video and events (or images).
|Overlay graphics on image by manually drawing them or by selecting
them from kinematic data (if available).
Strobe image editor
Strobe image window