I am happy to announce a new version of VideoAnalysis, a standalone application for OSX and Windows for creating visualizations and extract motion features from video files.
VideoAnalysis was developed as a standalone version of the Musical Gestures Toolbox. I began working on the toolbox back in 2004, as a collection of modules for Max/MSP/Jitter. Then some people asked me to make a standalone version with some of the core functionality. This version was primarily developed for music researchers, but is also used for sports, dance, healthcare, architecture, and interaction design.
I have less time for development myself these days, so most of the work on the new release has been made by Bálint Laczkó and Aleksander Tidemann. Thanks!