this is my first post to this forum, and I need some help with choosing the right software for a very specific use.
I have very limited experience with video editing - I used to edit my high school basketball team's highlight videos in iMovie. That's about it.
Now I work for a company that develops software for video motion analysis of sports and gait, and basically anything that requires video for training or evaluation.
We incorporate a lot of high speed GigE vision cameras into our systems, and the result is high frame rate video.
A few weekends ago we captured some footage of long jumpers at a high level track and field event, but due to the high frame rate and shutter speed, and the fact that it was a cloudy day, the videos are a little bit dark. My boss has asked me to find a way to brighten up these videos using some kind of video editing software, just so that they look a bit better. I have tried doing this in free trials of both Magix and Adobe Premiere, but what I have found is that when I export the finished product and put it back into our software, the frame rate is all messed up. For example, the video was captured at 350 frames per second, and when it is exported it plays back at around 25 frames per second, thus rendering the video useless from an analysis standpoint.
Now, to my question. Is there any software out there that allows you to maintain the native frame rate while altering the brightness and contrast? Or is there a specific setting that I haven't noticed yet?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. And I'd be happy to provide further information if required.