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This winter is looking bright, big and barreling across the surfing world right now. In the spaces between heats during the Pea hi Challenge, the dedicated Jaws' duo Adam and Carlo Carvajal of Maui Media Cartel teamed up with Brett Lickle and Bruno Demos to bring you the two minutes of big-wave bliss above.
Known for the last forty years as the “King of the Surf Guitars,” Dick Dale’s hammering Miserly was most recently used as the title tune for Quentin Tarantino’s warp masterpiece, Pulp Fiction. Good, probably inspired more budding guitar players over the next thirty years than any other songs in the history of rock.
As a surfer, he made his reputation surfing Mavericks in Half Moon Bay, California. Although a successful competitor, Jay is remembered as a soul surfer, winning many sportsmanship awards throughout his career.
Born in Augusta, Georgia on June 16, 1978, Jay and his family moved to Santa Cruz, California, when he was just a baby. Jay began surfing at age 9 and rode his first waves at Sewer Peak.
This appreciation was rooted in an overall love for the ocean, seen in his accomplishments as a swimmer, paddler, diver, and fisherman. Moriarty died a day before his 23rd birthday on Friday, June 15, 2001, in the Indian Ocean off the coast of the island Lohifushi in the Maldives, drowning in a free diving accident.
All of Jay's family, friends, his wife, Kim, and mentor Frosty, attended. Here is a list of best free video analysis software for Windows.
The video analysis tools that this software provide include magnifier, zoom, pan, etc. Some drawing tools like line, curve, spline, circles, cross markers, text, etc.
You can also draw circle, clock degrees, foot, hexaxial, human skeleton, etc. Some other tools provided in this software are: add a key image, stopwatch, use high-speed camera, mirror a video, etc.
All of these are compatible with common video formats like MP4, AVI, MV, MOVE, MTV, etc. Novel is my favorite video analysis software as it provides all essential and advanced tools required to perform video analysis.
Novel is a free open source sports video analysis software for Windows. It supports multiple video formats to import for analysis, such as AVI, MPG, MOVE, MV, MP4, FLY, 3GP, MTV, VOB, etc.
For that, you can set first and last frame and lock the boundaries of the working zone. Also, circle, clock degrees, foot, hex axial, human skeleton, and protractor can be drawn on the video.
It provides tools to measure angle, add circles, lines, cross markers, etc., draw on video using pencil, and add text and comments to video. To export a video, it supports MTV, MP4, and AVI formats.
The video analysis data can also be exported as ODF, MS-XML, and XHTML files. Overall, it is one of the best video analysis software for sports enthusiasts.
Also, it lets you play the video in slow motion in reverse or forward direction. These tools include Magnify, Pan Zoom, Sway (to illustrate side-to-side motion), Spline (to draw smooth curves), Wedge (to draw a three-point angle on the video).
Live videos through webcam can also be recorded and saved using this software. All in all, it is a nice free video analysis software.
Tracker is a free open source video analysis software plus video modeling tool for various platforms including Windows, Mac, and Linux. You can play video in slow motion or play video in steps, use calibration tools, use coordinate axis, adjust frame rate, switch to center of mass and other reference frames, etc.
It also provides automatic and manual curve fitting tools. It provides various physics related options including point mass, center of mass, vector, vector sum, line profile, etc.
Although it is a feature rich software, but if you want a software with simple and easy functionalities, I would recommend avoiding it as video analysis process may get a little hectic with this one. Physio is a free portable video analysis software for Windows.
On its interface, the frames are shown with time, X and Y values, comments, etc. You can select a desired analysis mode from Calibrate, Find Angle, Plot, and Set Origin.
It provides an option to export analysis report to a spreadsheet, but this feature was not working fine for me while my testing. Overall, it is a basic video analysis app that you get for free.