For flow-based sports, such as soccer, volleyball, hockey, or lacrosse:
When you click into the game on your iOS device, you’ll be launched straight into the action!
Your fullscreen video playback will be bordered on either side with your video player controls: from top to bottom, those functions include Play/Pause, Slow Forward/Backwards (hold down for effect), Fast Forward/Rewind (hold down for effect), +5 sec/-5 sec, and the bottom arrow button switches the Control Bar Location.
Along the header above the video (from left to right), you'll see options for going back a step to your previous folder, the name of the game you're watching, a link for calculating stats for the game you're viewing, and an access to your Filters.
When you click into your filters, you'll see all your filtering options laid out for you. Simply pick and choose the Filters you wish to apply (scrolling right and left through the list to access all the data choices), and tap on them. A white check mark will appear by your choice, and the total number of clips that those Filters apply to is displayed on the top header. (Here, along the top header, you can also apply lead or lag time to your Filter results, or clear the Filters for a fresh start.) For the example below, the Filters are set to search for the corner kicks taken by Minnesota:
Once you set your Filters, just go back to the game (press the link in the upper left hand corner of the screen), and those clips will play for you. Notice that a new control button to skip forwards or backwards through the list of Filtered clips now appears:
To change or clear your Filters, just click back in to your Filters page (using the link in the top right hand corner of your screen), and choose new filters or press the 'Clear Filters' button.
For play-based sports, such as football, baseball, or softball:
When you click into the game on your iOS device, you’ll see your grid view. The top half of the screen is a basic video player with controls for (from left to right) previous playclip, play/pause, next playclip, a sliderbar / timeline for the playclip, a switch angle button (if applicable), and an 'expand / collapse' full-screen option. Along the header above the video, you'll see options for going back a step to your previous folder, the name of the game video you're watching, a link for calculating stats for the game you're viewing, an option to intercut the multi-angle videos (if applicable), an option to view the current play in a loop, and a button to clear your filters. Below the video is the data grid, and each row represents a play with game data that can be filtered through/for. You can scroll to the right and left in this data grid for more information on these plays.
Clicking on the grid headers pulls up the filter for that column. Once you’ve selected all of your filters, press the fullscreen button or expand 2 fingers outwards on the video display.