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Unshake your videos with RIVeR !

Do you find difficulties to process shaky videos from your UAV or maybe you didn't have any tripod while you were recording or simply you want to analyze an interesting phone video you found in some social network #citizenscience ???
In the new version of RIVeR you can now stabilize your media and this is how you can do it:
Enjoy ;-)

1. Extract the frames from the video
2. In RIVeR Files->Unshake images select all the images you want to stabilize
3. Draw a mask in order to cover the water surface
4. Select Unshake

See the video example below:

RIVeR 2.3 and RIVeR-STIV 1.0 are out !

First, I want to thank you allfor the comments about RIVeR ! Your feedback is really helpful to improve those free tools !
Cheers !

The new version of RIVeR is available to download. Here you can find a list of awesome features that have been added and/or fixed:
- 3D Rectification
- Single length scaling (for video recorded from UAS)
- New Discharge module with Areacomp2
- New HTML based summary
- Spaces allowed in path to video
- Time step automatically imported from extraction file
- Zoom in and Zoom out buttons
- Bugs fixes
Don't forget to cite RIVeR if you use it : DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2017.07.009
You can now also play around with  RIVeR-STIV that will allow you to do Space Time Image Velocimetry. The STIV analysis (and specially the texture orientation) is based on the work presented in Fujita et al., (2007) Fujita, I., Watanabe, H., Tsubaki, R., 2007. Development of a non-intrusive and efficient flow monitoring technique: The space‐time image velocimetry (STIV). Int. J. River …
If you ever use RIVeR for your researches, you can now reference it ! DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2017.07.009
Thanks to all of you for your feedback and helping to make RIVeR a better tool ! ;-)

RIVeR 2.2 compiled with MCR 9 - 2015b

You have been many to ask a version of RIVeR compiled with Matlab Runtine Version 9.0.
It is now available and you can now dowload it directly from the Download page.
Thanks you all for your feedback !!

RIVeR 2.2 is available


River Flow Conference 2016

RIVeR will be presented in St Louis at the Eighth International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, River Flow 2016 !

(July 12-15 2016)

LSPTV example

Here is an example of  LSPTV results. Individual rectified trajectories can be seen  in a 7m wide open channel seeded with polystyrene balls.