Lesson 3: Video Settings & Shortcuts
If a match has been analyzed, information about the match will be shown at the top of the video. This includes event, event number, player, team, set number and scoreboard, all of which will update as the video plays.
There are several hotkeys (keyboard shortcuts) available to help you navigate your video. Click the keyboard icon in the video player to open these shortcuts.On top of these, there are a number of settings available at the bottom of the video player for you to customize your viewing experience.
- Event timing: Dictates when the video begins. For example, if you filtered for serves and your event timing is set to “-2 sec”, the video clip will begin playing two seconds prior to the serve.
- Pause on Event: If turned on, the video will automatically pause for you at the moment you specify (e.g., when the player touches the ball, two seconds beforehand, etc.). No hotkeys required!
- Pause Duration: Dictates how long the video remains paused before it resumes play.
- Auto Skip to Next Event: When on, your video will automatically skip to the next video clip in your filter. Again, no hotkeys needed.
- Auto Skip Delay: Dictates how long the video continues to play after the event occurs. For example, if you filter for sets and the delay is set to “4 sec”, you’ll see the set occur and continue to watch the rally for four additional seconds before the player skips to the next event.
- Autoplay on Filter Changes: As you apply filters, the video will update and begin to play.
If the video was recorded and uploaded with audio, the speaker icon gives you the ability to turn that audio on or off. By default, all videos are muted.
Press \ or click on the arrows icon in the video player to enter full screen.