Yes. You can create a video which plays both amplified and non-amplified footage. To do this:


  1. Open the recording you want to analyze and export
  2. Find the section of the recording which best displays the motion you want to highlight
  3. Locate the Playback Bar, found just below the video window
  4. You will notice blue triangles at the far left and far right above the Playback Bar. These triangles indicate the portion of the video which will be amplified in the MP4. You can adjust the location of these triangles.
  5. With the cursor, move the Playback Position Indicator to the location where you want the amplification to begin
  6. Right-click on the Playback Position Indicator to reveal a pop-up window
  7. From the selections in this menu, select "Set Amplification Start." The blue triangle from the left will move behind the Playback Position Indicator's current location
  8. Use the cursor to move the Playback Position Indicator to the location where you want the amplification to end
  9. Right-click on the Playback Position Indicator to reveal a pop-up window
  10. From the selections in this menu, select "Set Amplification End." The blue triangle from the right will move behind the Playback Position Indicator's current location
  11. The region between the two blue triangles will be the portion of the original video amplified in the MP4
  12. Click the "Export Video" button  found to the right of the Playback Bar
  13. Navigate to the "Videos" folder to find the exported video (default location - C:\Users\User\Documents\RDI\Videos).


View the video below for an example.


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