1. Opening and playing a video You can also use the menu File > Open or drag a file from the Windows Explorer to Kinovea to open the corresponding file. Once the video is opened, launch the playback with the player controls or browse to an arbitrary location with the navigation cursor.
Move to an interesting period and use the working zone start button. Launch playback and let it run until the end of the sequence to analyze. Hit the working zone end button. 3. Increasing image size If image seems too small, use the little square handles at the image corners. Drag them until you are pleased with the image size.
In order to better study the motion, slow down playback speed using the speed cursor.
1. Zooming Use CTRL + Mouse Wheel to zoom in the image or unzoom. Move the zoomed image by dragging it around with the hand tool 2. Using the magnifier Click the magnifier button in the drawings tool bar.Hover your mouse on the image: the magnified zone shows up in the top left corner of the image.
Click on image to temporary fix the source zone.Four little corners are displayed around the source zone to resize it.
The Reverse function lets you play the motion backward. It simply revert the order of the images in the working zone. To enable the Reverse function, use the menu Motion > Reverse.