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I. Video playback window
1｜Direct Video Playback
Click the Play button to play the video file freely (shortcut key F9). Once playback has started, you can click the Pause button to pause the video playback (shortcut key F10), and click the Play button again (F9) to resume playback.
Click the Stop Play button to stop the playback of the video file (shortcut key F11).
Click the Stretch button to maximize the image stretched in the window (shortcut F4):
2｜Associated Bus Playback Engine Video Playback
2-1 Configuring the Bus Online Playback Engine
Right click in the blank space of the list to add the blf file to the list.
Select a playback engine from the list and configure its parameters, e.g. whether to start playback automatically, to which bus channel to playback, etc:
2-2 Associating the Video Playback Interface to a Bus Playback Engine
2-3 Run online playback, video playback will be triggered synchronously
2-4 Applying Time Offset
II. Video analysis
1｜Single Frame Analysis
Due to the unidirectional nature of video playback, TSMaster supports debugging video stepping in the direction of positive time elapsed, and the buttons that support stepping are colored differently than the other buttons. The three green buttons out of the four indicate simply moving the video to the specified frame, while the blue stepping buttons step both the video and the message (if associated with an online playback engine).
Move to the first frame (shortcut key F3);
Move to the previous frame (shortcut key F7);
Moves to the next frame (shortcut key F8) while playing back all messages within the time from the current frame to the next frame;
Move to the last frame (shortcut key F12);
After a single frame step, the status bar below will be synchronized to show the frame and time information that you are currently in: