Volleyball | Recommended Recording Workflow
Use these recording tips to get the best Hudl Assist breakdowns for volleyball.
Where to record from
- Record behind your side of the net. Have your device far enough away to see both deep corners or high enough to get the full court in frame.
- Switch sides between sets. This guarantees a great view of your players, not the net.
How you should record
- Only pause at timeouts or between sets. Even if there is a call in question, keep recording so you can catch the outcome.
- If you have a telephoto lens, attach it to your iPad or camera to improve film quality.
- Keep things in focus. Analysts can’t tag what they can’t see.
- Use the tripod to avoid shaky video.
- Go easy on the zoom. Starting with a good vantage point can save you from overusing the zoom function.
What to record
- Make sure you can clearly see jersey numbers and referee signals as you record.
- Take quick scoreboard shots throughout the match — especially at the end of each set. Or try to include the scoreboard in your shot to make it easier to follow along.