Manual video file upload is the default and the simplest way of providing the video input for processing. No matter if it is a single file or a thousands of smaller chunks supposed to be connected together, GoodVision handles all for you automatically.

How to upload a single video file

Simply go to your camera and hit UPLOAD or drag and drop your video file directly to your camera.

 1. Confirm your camera

2. Edit your metadata (if needed, you can change the metadata also later). Read more about the video metadata HERE.

3. Select the processing method

Read more about the options for video processing HERE.

4. Confirm and upload

How to upload multiple files at once


It is possible to select multiple files (up to 500 at once) and upload them to a single camera. Imagine your cameras are producing short 15 minutes chunks of video, it can be really time-consuming to upload them one by one right? GoodVision will make sure that object trajectories between those videos will be connected without losing accuracy!

Uploading multiple files works in the same way as the single file upload. Make sure your videos are from the same camera and are directly linked to each other — e.g. there are no time gaps between them, because GoodVision will concatenate the data as if there is no gap. Multi-file upload dialog will allow you to change the order of the files by dragging them.

Stitching the video file to previous uploads

Stitching is the way how we concatenate the object trajectories from the new video to the old one to prevent loosing accuracy. In GoodVision it is done automatically if you tick the "Stitch to the end of ..." The rest is handled by the application.

Video formats supported

Video Insights supports video uploads from various sources, various containers (*.mp4, *.avi, *mov, *.asf .._) and codecs (h.264, h.265, .._). Supported are files with various lengths and sizes up to 100 GB per file.

If your video format is not supported, Video Insights will notify you, won’t process your video and return your credits. To make sure your video format is supported, contact

Post-processing options

You can select from various post-processing options in the video upload form. These are the options you can apply during the processing of your video:

Read about other ways of video input:

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