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My videos seem to have shadows or seem too dark, what can I do?

Good lighting is critical to recording good video. There are several articles which deal with adjusting your camera for optimum picture quality including, What is the Brightness slider for and how do I use it?, What is the Gain slider for and how do I use it?, What is the Aperture ring and how do I use it?, What are some of the challenges when recording indoors? and What are some of the challenges when recording outdoors?


After you have exhausted all of those possibilities, RDI Technologies™ offers additional lighting kits for field work. These have been selected for their brightness, compactness, and ease of use. We offer both AC powered and Battery Powered adapters for our lighting kits offering extreme versatility for all applications.


Please contact your sales representative or authorized reseller to find a solution for your low-light applications.

Can I draw multiple ROIs on a single video?

The short answer is, Yes. But, the details of the update to this feature can be found here:


What is the difference between Standard Mode and Accumulate Mode for drawing ROIs and how to I switch between them?

INTERNAL - I forgot to enter focal length and forgot which lens I used.

If you can't re-record, go back out to site, and try lenses to get same field of view from same location of camera.


What is the difference between Standard Mode and Accumulate Mode for drawing ROIs and how to I switch between them?


The Motion Amplification software allows you to draw multiple ROIs on an image for analysis. There are two modes used for adding ROIs as described below.

When the Motion Amplification software is set to "Standard Mode", your icon will look like this: . In this mode, you draw multiple ROIs by pressing and holding the control [CTRL] key on the keyboard and then left-clicking the mouse and dragging the location where you want the next ROI. This is the original method delivered with the Motion Amplification software. If you do NOT have a drop-down arrow to the right of your ROI icon, , your software will operate in this mode.


As of October 2017, a feature was added that allows you to select “Accumulate Mode” your icon will look like this: . To draw ROIs in this mode, you only need to click and drag with your mouse. Every time you release, an ROI will appear. When you click another location, you will begin drawing a new ROI.


NOTE – if you wish to update your software, please go here and create an account or login to reach the software downloads page.


To switch between the two, simply click on the arrow to the right of the ROI icon, . Choose the mode you would like to activate and click on the name to close the menu, .


The video below will show you how to change the drawing mode for ROIs.


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