For a school project, I've been researching mass-spring-damper systems. For this I did an experiment in which I basically filmed a spring with a mass attached to it that went up and down and eventually stopped moving. Now I have to make a graph of this, but it's a very long video and the mass goes up and down so many times that it would take me hours to finish one graph (I need 9).
I was wondering if there is a program that either scans the video and makes a graph from this or a program that lets me put in a few timestamps with the amplitudes at those marks and creates the graph on its own. That would help me a lot since then I would only have to add in a few things. Does anyone know of a program like this?