Depending on your sport, Hudl Focus automatically records a specific angle for all game recordings. Multiple different angles are recorded for practices—learn more about each camera angles below.
When watching Focus video on Hudl, you can toggle between different angles by clicking on the camera icon on the video player.
Tracking (Tactical) Angle
The camera follows the play as action moves up and down the playing surface during a game or practice recording. The camera will automatically pan and zoom depending on the action taking place. Available for all sports except wrestling and volleyball, which both get sport-specific zoom angles.
Includes a full, 180 degree-view of the playing surface during a game or practice recording. Available for all indoor sports.
Left and Right
A static angle of each half of the playing surface during a practice recording. Available for all sports.
What is the primary angle for each sport?
Basketball - Tactical angle
Volleyball - Panoramic angle
Soccer - Global football tactical angle
American Football - American football tactical angle
Wrestling - Center static angle that focuses on the center mat
Other Sports - Center static angle