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Weekly InfinaDyne Chat

November 6, 2015

This week is a little different with a video showing a demonstration of the Vindex product.

If you haven’t seen Vindex before, you might want to take a look at the web page for it.  It is a product that is designed to make life much simpler for anyone that needs to analyze or examine video as part of their job.  Most of the focus recently has been on processing surveillance video, usually from dedicated DVR systems, but Vindex is designed to work with nearly any sort of digital video.

Version 2 of Vindex was a significant improvement in that it added video enhancement.  Version 2.1 then added a new “frame reader” to Vindex so that it is no longer reliant on installing any sort of codec pack on Windows.  This demonstration video focuses on the video enhancement in sort of a trivial way – just increasing the brightness of a surveillance video so that we can see the subject’s face better.

There are certainly other ways to do this, but I think you will see from this demonstration that playing a video, grabbing a screen capture and then enhancing that with something like Photoshop is a bit more complicated and probably more time-consuming.  Also, while there are many very nice video tools that you can purchase, Vindex is priced to be within reach of every organization that is using digital video in any manner.

If you would like to try out Vindex for yourself, click here to go to the Vindex page and download the trial version.  Questions? send them to sales [@] infinadyne [.] com,

 

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