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Download for free, install on any machines you want.

 

 


  Constantly updated
Software evolves fast learning from users suggestions.

 

 

  In 15 languages
A team of volunteers translate it regularly.
   4 operating systems
Chronojump runs on Windows, MacOS, Linux, ChromeOS. On Windows works on PC and tablets, but not in Win8 RT, Windows 10s, Windows 11s because these windows only allow apps from Microsoft Store.

 

  Install Chronojump on Windows

Recommended: Chronojump 2.3.0-1518 (2024 May 23).
Please, read this first:
  • Your Windows have to be 64 bits, check it previously.
  • This experimental version has many upgrades since previous versions, some buttons have moved and maybe you will not find it at first time.
  • Installed Python version is not compatible with Windows 7 and previous Windows versions. Python is only needed if you want to import sessions from other Chronojump databases.
  • Complete list of changes is huge, is going to be published during the following weeks.

 
Older version:   Chronojump 2.3.0-83  (25 March 2024)

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If the language of your system is hebrew and you cannot run the software, please contact us.

  Install Chronojump on MacOS

  1. Install mono.
  2. Download Chronojump for macOS:
      Chronojump 2.3.0-83
      (9 Apr 2024)
      Chronojump 2.3.0-83 for Sonoma (temporary fix without graphs) (9 Apr 2024)
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  3. Allow Chronojump on Gatekeeper

  If this is the first time you install Chronojump

 
If you cannot open the Chronojump-version.dmg file, try to right click on the file, select: “Open with” > “Disk Image Mounter”.
We’ve detected that Suunto users can experience conflicts with Chronojump. Please make sure that Moveslink software is not running during Chronojump use.
 

  Install Chronojump on Linux

Install any of these:

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  If this is the first time you install Chronojump

  • Assign permissions for Chronopic:
    sudo usermod -a -G dialout username
  • Close the session in order to ensure that Chronopic permissions are assigned

  Install Chronojump on ChromeOS

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  Microcontrollers

Our microcontrollers provide the bridge between the sensors and your computer.

Jumps and encoder test are measured by our microcontroller Chronopic.

Chronopic modelsColorUse
MultitestBlueJumps and old non-WICHRO photocells
EncoderYellowFor our encoder
On WICHRO, Force sensor and Race Analyzer we use other microcontrollers also designed and manufactured by us (and included in the products).

  Webcam recording / sync

Chronojump can record any test using a webcam. But users need to understand:
  • Chronojump does not manage the webcam directly, it does so through the ffmpeg utilities that Chronojump installs and uses for this purpose.
  • New versions of Chronojump sometimes come with updated ffmpeg utilities to help detect new cameras.
  • We do not sell webcams and since you provide your own computer, we cannot ensure that your webcam will be recognized by ffmpeg on your computer.
  • Most of the hardware should work and you can contact us to try to find a solution. But we can’t ensure that there is a solution because the problem will be more related to your operating system or ffmpeg detection.
  • If the camera doesn’t start, the first thing to do is make sure Chronojump (and maybe ffmpeg) have camera recording permission. Check it on your operating system.
  • On ARM-silicon Mac versions it might be more difficult for the camera to work properly (some of the reasons).
  • Starting with version 2.3.1, Chronojump will have a playback video synchronized with a moving mark in the test performed on the Force sensor and in Race Analyzer. Please note that this synchronization is not perfect, but it will be very useful and it is a long-awaited feature for our users.