The two solutions are quite interesting and very good quality. The first software is called Skill Capture
SkillCapture is designed to capture video clips which can be directly associated with the athlete also by means of a radio frequency ID system (skillchip).
Video capture can be started by:
- Motion detection
- SkillChip registration
- SkillChip registration and Motion detection.
- Pressing keyboard shortcut
- Using wireless presenter
- Adjust playback speed (0.5 - 2.0 of normal speed)
- Rate performace
- Mark for upload
- Draw angle to show body positions
- Freehand drawing
The other solution is SkillSpector.
SkillSpector is a video based motion and skill analysis tool for Windows. SkillSpector is freeware and can be downloaded and installed on any computer.
- Video overlay for direct video on video comparison
- 2D and 3D analysis
- Standard model definitions for fast analysis
- Semi-automatic digitizing using image processing techniques
- Easy advanced analysis of linear and angular kinematic data
- Calculation on inertia
- 3D representation of movement
- Simple video calibration
I have just installed the software and I will write something more about them after I get the chance to experiment with them a bit more.