From a quick search online, I can find:
An executable that can do motion detection would allow for quick testing of motion detection types and adjustment of parameters. The goal is to pipe (live/recorded) video -> ffmpeg -> motion detection/cv tool -> output results
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DVR-scan, it's a simple python exe / interface to OpenCV, and has little in the way of parameters (according to the getting started). It's more proof of concept than anything else. Motion, (motion-project.github.io). This one has motion detection, but there doesn't seem to be different algorithms in the modect config options. Limited as to what can be done. Otherwise, it would fit well. Simplecv.org, The getting started code is so simple, as to render it unnecessary. It seems half the python functions could just be shell parameters. It's a bit silly. "Specify bounding box, specify what you want to search, set input and output". That might cover a lot of cv / detection algorithms. At least for testing purposes. I know technically ffmpeg can do some drawing on video, like opencv.
I wouldn't ask devs to create this, just making a note. If anyone has any insight into such tools, feel free to post here.
*extra because ZM is a security suite type of solution (cathedral), not just a motion detection solution. It's great, but wrong tool for the job here.