Posted September 14, 2012 by
Under • Technology
We hear from coaches a lot that they need to burn a DVD so that they can watch their video without an internet connection—in the field house or on the bus ride home.
We understand. Sitting idle and not watching your video can seem like such a waste of time during the season. But we think you should ditch the DVDs.
There are four ways you can watch your video offline with Hudl:
Download to Your iPhone or iPad
Download a Playlist Through Your Manage Page
There’s a great feature in the Manage Library page that will let you download any of your playlists and have the files sent to you in an email. Once you get the files, you can download them to your desktop, then use whatever video player you may have to watch the video.
Take Your Hudl Presentation Offline
If your team has a Gold or Platinum package, you can load your video clips into the Hudl Presenter. After you’ve created your presentation, you can download to your computer to watch in your field house.
Download Playlists to the Video Editor
You can put the Hudl Video Editor on any computer you want to use to watch video. Before you go on the road for a game, download a few playlists to the Video Editor to watch on the way.
This tutorial will show you how to download a playlist to the Video Editor.