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Quintic software is modular with each version assuming all characteristics of the previous level. The four modular Quintic Software Systems are described below:

  • Our entry-level video analysis software.
  • Designed specifically for providing rapid feedback to athletes and coaches.
  • Split Screen and Synchronised video images.
  • Memo pad, zoom, lines, angles and other alignment guides can all be used to analyse patterns and differences in athletic movement.
  • Digital Video (DV) can be captured at a frame rate of 25fps (30fps NTSC).
  • Access all of your Quintic Coaching CD videos for superb comparative analysis.
  • Printable Tutorials and Help guides.

  • Intermediate level video analysis software.
  • All the functionality of Quintic Lite plus:
  • Video blend
  • Video Flip
  • Multiple screen capture.

  • Aimed at the experienced coach, podiatrist, physio or athlete.
  • Includes all the functionality of Quintic Sports 1.08 plus:
  • The Quintic Capture 3.05 module for either 25 or 50 frames per second video capture (30/60 NTSC).
  • The Quintic Playlist - video editing facility.
  • Licenced distributor of the Quintic Player via CD / email / intranet. Allows distribution of video files for remote viewing in The 'Quintic Player'.
  • A typical Quintic video file at 50 frames per second, screen resolution 720*576 pixels and 4 seconds in duration is ONLY ~1MB. i.e. even fits on a floppy disc.

  • Premier video analysis software, designed for the elite coach, elite atlete, sports scientist, podiatrist, physiotherapist and biomechanist.
  • Includes all th
  • e functionality of Quintic Coaching 4.01 plus digitisation.
  • Digitise image
  • s (2D) and create point trajectories of specific markers or even an 18 point anatomical model.
  • From this data calculate velocities and accelerations of both linear and angular motion and display in the analysis window.
  • Play back your digitisation either overlaid on the original video file or in a separate animation window.


This table is a summary of the features of the different Quintic Software Products

Maximum screen dimensions (1600*1200) Minimum (1024*768)
Play, Slow motion, Loop & frame by frame advance
Memo Pad
Single Screen image capture + (bitmap / jpgs )
Zoom Tool
Markers (Key Frame Id) + Stopwatch
Split screens + synchronisation
Access your Quintic Coaching CD Videos e.g. Batting, Squash, Golf
Digital Video (DV) Capture Interface (25/30fps - 360x288)
Printable Tutorials / Help Guide
Drawing Tools - Straight lines, Circles, Curves, Shapes, Text
Angles Function - Horizontal, Vertical and Freehand options
Floating Tool Bars for Markers, Shapes, Angles
18 x Multiple Video Screen image capture + (bitmap / jpgs )
Image Blend (Individual Frame + Best Video)
Image Flip tool (Left hand to right hand)
Playlist - Advanced Video Editing Suite - compiles relevant video
Digital Video (DV) Capture Interface (50/60fps - 720x576)
Licensed distributor of the Quintic Player
2D Digitisation Module
Horizontal, Vertical, and Diagonal Calibration
Frame Templates up to 21-points
Zoom Function
Edit Current Frame Displays
Overlay Animation
Split-Screen Animation
Interactive graphical and data displays
Event Markers
Export all data to Microsoft Excel
Distance Measurement
Synchronisation with RS Scan Footscan software

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Digitisation Module (2D)
Horizontal, Vertical and Diagonal Calibration
Create Frame Templates - up to 21 points
Zoom function
Edit Current Frame Displays
Overlay animation on video file
Split Screen Animation Window
Interactive graph and data displays
Event Markers
Export all data into Excel files
Distance measurement
Synchronisation with RS Scan Footscan Software

Digitisation Module (2D):
Designed for the elite coach, sport scientist, podiatrist, physiotherapist and biomechanist. This module is designed for the user to digitise their own video images (2D). From this you can create point trajectories of specific markers or even an 18-point anatomical model. Distances, velocities and accelerations of both linear and angular motion can be calculated and displayed in the analysis window.

Horizontal, Vertical and Diagonal Calibration:

There are FOUR options to calibrate a video file using Quintic:
(i) Horizontal and Vertical Calibration of a known distance: golf club / javelin / treadmill / cricket wicket.
(ii) Horizontal Calibration.
(iii) Vertical Calibration.
(iv) Any direction calibration.
All calibration measurements can be Imperial or Metric. This calibration procedure is required for the analysis program.

Note: The video image must be at 90 degrees to the optical axis of the camera and must have a known reference in view. Once a common origin has been defined, a simple transformation from video image to object co-ordinates can be made. The user must use a fixed camera, on a tripod, with a fixed zoom.


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Frame Templates:
First select the number of points to be used in the digitisation model (1-21 points). In the example below 8 points are selected. Each point can be renamed: Hip, Knee, Ankle and Toe... The colour of each point can be altered by a single right click in the colour box.
Secondly,the step size can be altered for a lower digitisation frequency.
Thirdly the pen size (thickness of the line connecting the points) can be altered.
Finally the table layout allows for ease of use in creating point trajectory templates.

(Frame Template)

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Zoom Function:
Essential for accurate digitisation and production of data, this function provides a zoom window where the video file is magnified. (Up to 10 x magnification).

Edit Current Frame Displays:
This feature allows you to undo your last digitised points and also create a trace of exisiting points to increase accuracy. Crosses, and lines allow you to view previous digitised points. Any trace can be saved and then added to at a later date.

(Edit Current Frame Display)

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Overlay Animation:
All animations can be overlaid onto video files and viewed synchronised with the video footage. 3 options of animation display are offered: lines, smoothed lines and crosses. The first two are shown below. 3 options of animation trace are provided, individual frame, complete and progressive. The progressive trace is shown below.

(Overlay Animation)

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Split Screen Animation Window:
Animation figures can also be seen in a separate animation window. This window is synchronised with the main window. The animation window contains the single image capture feature and can also be used for multi-captures as shown below.

(Split Screen Animation)

(Multi capture)

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Interactive Graphs and Data:
All graphs and data produced in the Quintic Digitisation module are interactive with the video file. As the diagram below shows, the graphs and data change as the video plays. This allows distances, velocities and accelerations to be displayed in the graphical window.

(Interactive graphs and data)

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Event Markers:
This function is used to identify specific points along the point trajectory: for example club head velocity at impact. Up to 20 event markers can be used for any one video clip. In order to create event markers that are visible on the analysis program, the user draws a line bi-secting the point trajectory. The point at which the line crosses the point trajectory in the main window will be indicated by a vertical line within the analysis program (see diagram below). This will then represent the impact point of the golf club with the ball.
The example below shows that the velocity of the clubhead at impact was 50.84m/s which equates to 113mph or 183km/h.

(Event Markers)

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Export Data:
All data produced in the Quintic Digitisation module can be exported to Microsoft Excel. One simple click away, this feature allows for further analysis of the raw data.

(Export Data to Microsoft Excel)

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Distance Measurement:
This tool allows you to measure a distance (metres/feet) on the video file once it has been calibrated. The read out is given at the bottom of the page. This examples shows a stride length of 1.16m

(Distance - Ruler function)

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Synchronise with RS Scan:
All video files, graph and data displays can be synchronised with RS Scan data. Therefore allowing the user to access the pressure, weight distribution and centre of mass measurements synchronised with the video images. Both programs are both totally interchangeable.

(RS Scan and Quintic)

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