Topic: Saving keyframes as a template
I am using Kinovea to analyze the hitting motion of softball players. In every hit, there are 11 different points that can be enumerated, starting from Stance, and ending in Finish.
Rather than go through the laborious process of manually setting every keyframe, and naming it, I had the idea of saving an annotations file with all the keyframes already set in, but at set time positions. Obviously, every hitter will have a different timing. This didn't work as the numbers displayed on the keyframes are just text and have no connection to the actual video placement.
If this isn't in kinovea already, I'll add it to the features request forum. It would seem to me this would assist analysis in a host of different sports (especially those where someone is swinging or throwing something such as a javelin or swinging a golf club).
I'm imagining clicking on a keyframe, being able to type in the exact time of occurrence for that keyframe (i.e., "Contact" for when the bat connects with the ball), and the marker would jump to that point.
Thanks in advance