Opening Quicktime Mov for analyses in ImageJ

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Opening Quicktime Mov for analyses in ImageJ

Holly M. Greene, M.S.
I am hoping for some guidance. I used ImageJ in 2005 to analyze equine videos for several stride parameters and also limb length in 4 second videos. Original video is mp4 but can convert to mov file.

I am working on an OSX system (version 10.7.5) - - if I am correct I need to use 32-bit Java - - can not locate this version to download.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Best,
Holly


Holly M. Greene, M.S.
Animal Compliance and Safety Specialist
Lecturer, Animal and Veterinary Sciences Department
Specialist in Equine Research

Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture
Safety Coordinator

Cal Poly Pomona
Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Building 2, room 116
3801 West Temple Ave. | Pomona, CA 91768
T 909.869.2156 (direct line)
[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]> | cpp.edu<https://www.cpp.edu/>

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Re: Opening Quicktime Mov for analyses in ImageJ

Dr. Michael DOUBE
Hi Holly,

There have been some interesting advances recently in animal tracking, see for example the DeepLabCut Model Zoo:

http://www.mousemotorlab.org/dlc-modelzoo

There is a horse model coming soon apparently.

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1909.11229.pdf

Hopefully a bit less suffering than clicking landmarks in high-speed videos.

Good luck!

Michael

On 02/06/2020 06:44, Holly M. Greene, M.S. wrote:

I am hoping for some guidance. I used ImageJ in 2005 to analyze equine videos for several stride parameters and also limb length in 4 second videos. Original video is mp4 but can convert to mov file.

I am working on an OSX system (version 10.7.5) - - if I am correct I need to use 32-bit Java - - can not locate this version to download.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Best,
Holly


Holly M. Greene, M.S.
Animal Compliance and Safety Specialist
Lecturer, Animal and Veterinary Sciences Department
Specialist in Equine Research

Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture
Safety Coordinator

Cal Poly Pomona
Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Building 2, room 116
3801 West Temple Ave. | Pomona, CA 91768
T 909.869.2156 (direct line)
[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]><mailto:[hidden email]><mailto:[hidden email]> | cpp.edu<https://www.cpp.edu/><https://www.cpp.edu/>

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Re: Opening Quicktime Mov for analyses in ImageJ

Thomas Dorman
In reply to this post by Holly M. Greene, M.S.
 Here is a link for Fiji Image J with the 32 bit download just started using the 64 bit version lately.Fiji/Downloads


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Fiji/Downloads

Fiji is a distribution of ImageJ which includes many useful plugins contributed by the community.
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    On Monday, June 1, 2020, 5:55:28 PM CDT, Holly M. Greene, M.S. <[hidden email]> wrote:  
 
 I am hoping for some guidance. I used ImageJ in 2005 to analyze equine videos for several stride parameters and also limb length in 4 second videos. Original video is mp4 but can convert to mov file.

I am working on an OSX system (version 10.7.5) - - if I am correct I need to use 32-bit Java - - can not locate this version to download.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Best,
Holly


Holly M. Greene, M.S.
Animal Compliance and Safety Specialist
Lecturer, Animal and Veterinary Sciences Department
Specialist in Equine Research

Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture
Safety Coordinator

Cal Poly Pomona
Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Building 2, room 116
3801 West Temple Ave. | Pomona, CA 91768
T 909.869.2156 (direct line)
[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]> | cpp.edu<https://www.cpp.edu/>

CalPolyPomona




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