The Blaze Video Extension features unprecedented integration of live video feeds created in Blaze Terra. Using the power of the GPU, Blaze Video enables seamless display of video layers in various formats, directly catering to the needs of motion imagery analysts.
The Blaze Video Extension uniquely positions the coordinates of multiple video feeds over a geospatial scene comprised of both raster and vector layers. Blaze Video implements DirectShow to display inputs from numerous sources concurrently, either in the same or multiple windows, allowing a multitude of benefits such as side-by-side comparison. Video can be displayed from both a 2D and 3D perspective: Users can position video files as a billboard stationed above a geographic position, on top of terrain and DEM, and as a perspective projection using elevation data. Users also have the ability to move the video according to real-time or a recorded path, allowing for accurate portrayal of a scene.
The Blaze Video Extension presents users the tools to manipulate video such as curve and level editor, transparency mask, optimized sharpening, and per-channel processing, all processed in real time. Additionally, users can customize video files by adjusting its brightness, contrast, and gamma on-the-fly.
- Real-time video enhancement performed on GPU.
- Multiple video sources (up to 32 videos per scene).
- High resolution video support (up to 1024×768).
- Annotations and vector-entities overlaid on video.
- Live draping of videos on a terrain.
- Video encoding and broadcasting.
- Blaze Terra installed.
For more information, visit the Blaze Terra System Requirements section.
- Graphics Card: DirectShow compatible card.