I’ve got a question about processing video in Windows.
I’ve got an application that is connected to my motorcycle and shows real-time the throttle position and engine speed. This picture below is a typical view showing the throttle is 100% open.
I would like to go out for say a 1 hr ride, and then record the Android’s screen and have a 1 hour video file. Then, that video file will have my engine speed and throttle opening for the entire 1 hr. Maybe it would be better if I just took a series of images and then analyze those?
What I would like your feedback on, is how I would then process this 1 hour video file, into a heat map of throttle and exhaust position. I can work my way around excel no problem, but, what I need help for us getting the pixel data from the screen into some type of data table. The pixel is either black or not black…
Notice, on that graph, the lower white edge of the Throttle (%) could have a pixel equate to every percentage point, and then summarize how many frames in the total hour, are at that position. From there I can easily create a heat map in excel and perform analysis that way.
I’ve got programming experience but I’d rather no re-invent the wheel, and hope that there is a decently quick solution to this problem. Thanks for any input!