Continuous Video / Clipping Queue

For more information on the differences between Continuous and Clipped video, please see this article here.

For play-based sports like football, baseball, and softball, if you let your camera run for the length of the game (or for large chunks of it), please choose the 'continuous' option in the 'Upload Video' box when you upload your game to us:

Once uploaded, your video will be encoded and will await being clipped into separate plays (the number to the right of the 'watch (uncut)' designates how many angles of footage have been uploaded):




If we're breaking down the game for you, we will do this.  If you chose to not have us break down your game, you will be responsible for clipping the video.

You can begin clipping your video by clicking on the 'actions' dropdown (the small box with the upside down triangle in it) to the far right of the playlist title and choosing the 'clip video' option:



Your 'Clipping Queue' will open up and display the uploaded angles that are ready to clip.  Click on the 'clip' button of whichever angle you want to access:



Once your selected angle opens up in the video player, simply watch the game and click on the 'Start Clip' button to begin clipping your film.



When you do, you'll see a timeline and blue "envelope" appear at the bottom of the screen.  That blue envelope is showing the length of your clip, and it will grow as the video progresses. 

You can also click and drag on either edge of the envelope's border to set the length manually, or let the video play (you can use the 2x, 3x, or 4x multi-speed player to go through the video quickly) to the point you want to stop the clip.  When you're ready to end the clip, just click on 'End Clip':



Repeat this process for every play/pitch/etc. 

If you need to re-access a clip as your library of clips grows (they will be listed down the right side of the screen), you can do so by clicking on the three horizontal dots found on each clip listing:



When you 'Edit' the clip, you can re-set the clip parameters (or fine tune it by using the "+" and "-" to zoom in on the timeline) or delete the clip altogether (by clicking on the garbage can icon):


Be sure to 'Save' any changes.



When you're finished clipping your game, click (only ONCE) the 'Import All Clips' button in the top right corner of the screen. Within the next few minutes (as the clips encode), they will begin to show in the playlist's grid.



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