The Tessive Time Compensator™ is a post-processing filter which makes a slight correction to the time representation of footage captured with the Tessive Time Filter™.  It is a plugin to Apple's Final Cut, and can be optionally applied to achieve the best possible representation of time in your footage.  It is exactly matched to the frequency response of the Time Filter.

 
This is an animated gif of an uncompensated frame vs. a compensated frame.

This is an animated gif of an uncompensated frame vs. a compensated frame.

 

If your browser supports it, (which Firefox does) a nicer animated PNG can be downloaded here.  A technical explanation of the Time Compensator can be found at in our Time Filter Technical Explanation.

The interface in Final Cut is very simple.  Just drag the Tessive Time Compensator filter onto any clips created using the Tessive Time Filter, and the correct math will be applied.

Uncompensated image.

Compensated image.  The roller coaster car in both images is the same; only the areas with motion blur are affected.