Hudl Sportscode Roadmap
Hudl Sportscode Roadmap
See what we have planned for upcoming releases of Hudl Sportscode by watching this update.
Hudl’s lead product manager for match analysis Paul Arnott, provides an insight into the features Hudl Sportscode users can expect to see in the coming months.
Here are the changes that users can expect to see in the coming months.
You’ll soon be able to send a clip from a sorter or organiser to a database and be able to split a clip. In the sorter, you’ll be able to see the original position for the corresponding instance in the timeline row, and edit the name of slides.
We’re adding three powerful analysis workflows for the find window.
We’ll be adding find and replace to Hudl Sportscode, allowing you to search through components for text strings and to update those strings. This will be similar in functionality to the feature in Sportscode version 11.
An advanced search mode will allow you to do more complex searches involving boolean operators so you can be really specific about the codes, labels and instances that you’re looking for.
You’ll also be able to run output windows on different data sets. Currently, to run a report on multiple games you need to combine them together or database a set of clips. In the next few months you’ll be able to select which games you want to run a report on, reducing the need to database, and saving many hours of time.
Code in Replay
We’re adding functionality to allow you to code from Hudl Replay. You’ll be able to tap a button to create an instance and for that instance to be shared back to Hudl Sportscode. This means you will easily be able to look at it if you’re presenting from Hudl Sportscode in the locker room at half time or if you want to review it after the game.
Open from League Exchange
A new development coming for the Pro Suite will see users be able to open videos straight from the Hudl League Exchange. Currently you need to download individual video and data files to your computer, then manually import them into a new video package. Soon be able to open them from within Hudl Sportscode, and start editing them without having to wait for them to download.
These are our current plans for the coming months, we will keep these under review in order to adapt to the ongoing needs of our users.