Quick Start Guide

GoodVision Quick Start Guide

Step 1: Sign-up for GoodVision account

1 – Create your account for free

Simply go to my.goodvisionlive.com this is the site where GoodVision Video Insights is running. Enter your company email & your name, read the terms and click “Sign Up For Free”. No credit card needed.

2 – Activate it

Check your mailbox for the invitation email from GoodVision? If you cannot find it, check the spam folder as well. Find the green “Verify your email” button in the email body and click it. This redirects you back to the application and you are all set!

3 – Purchase credits or get some for free instantly

Your account is now ready to be used. To be able to process your own videos with GoodVision, you need credits. You can purchase your first credits by clicking big green “BUY CREDITS” button in the top menu. But we understand you’d like to test the service first and therefore we offer you some free credits for start. Simply redeem the promo code “GVSTART30” in the billing section to get some!

Step 2: Upload your first video

1 – Log in

When you log into your GoodVision account for the first time, you’ll see the same screen as on this picture. Your workplace contains 1 default camera group with no cameras or videos in it. Go ahead and create one. Uploading a video to GoodVision Video Insights is a piece of cake. There are two ways to do that — manually via browser or automatically via enteprise API. This quick guide describes the manual option.

2 – Create a camera folder

Camera is a folder where you will upload videos from the identical scene. You will create new camera folder by clicking the “New Camera” button in the top menu. Enter the camera name in the simple dialog form and click “Save”. You can change the name later anytime or move it to different camera group.

3 – Select the video for upload

Now you can upload your first video. Simply drag’n drop the desired video file from your computer to the camera folder or use the upload dialog by clicking “Upload Video” from the top menu. You can upload any video from static static camera in standard MPEG4 containers like *.mp4, *.avi. Here you can change some of the video metadata on the video upload dialog form – e.g. the start date of the video. If you’ll hesitate if your video is suitable for GoodVision, click here for help.

Tutorial on Uploading Videos

Step 3: Analyze the results

1 – Wait 1 hour until your video is processed

After your video is uploaded, the processing starts immediately and automatically. You don’t need to specify anything. Traffic data is being collected from the video using GoodVision’s artificial intelligence algorithms. Any video is processed in 1 hour, regardless of it’s duration (yes, 1 hour or 1000 hours video will be ready in 1 hour). You will be notified by email and app notification when the results are ready.

2 – Analyze, slice & dice data, count traffic

Now it’s time to analyze your traffic data collected from the video. Click “Analyze” button in your camera folder that leads you to “Visual Analytics” screen. Here you can display traffic trajectories and various other heat-maps (toolbox on the right), draw virtual areas and define traffic movements on the scene on which you want to count traffic (toolbox on the left), narrow your search using the timeline (bottom), or filter traffic by vehicle types (filters on the right).

3 – Create reports

Basic counts and other traffic volumes is visible on “Visual Analytics” screen, however to see some advanced time-series reporting, click “Reports” in the left menu. This will open the “Reports” screen. On “Reports” screen there are several diagrams available to display various aspects of traffic volume distribution in time – e.g. traffic counts, peak hours, transit time development, and many others. You can download all diagrams as images by clicking the blue arrow next to each. Furthermore all designed traffic movements on your video scene can be exported into Excel report using your desired time interval granularity, object class settings, etc.

Tutorial on Visual Analytics

Traffic Counting on Turns

Tutorial on Reporting

Exporting Traffic Reports