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How to: Drawing & Commenting on Sprongo

Including drawings and comments in your videos makes video analysis that much easier, not just for you but for your whole team too! With Sprongo, you can add in specific drawings to highlight a movement or technique, and then add a related comment that will help your team better understand the point you’re trying to make. Don’t worry, we’ve made it as easy as possible to use! Check out how to draw & comment on Sprongo with these four simple steps: 1. Click on the edit button at the bottom right corner of your video 2) Select the colour and shape you’d like your drawing to be Colours you can choose from: Red, Yellow, Green, Black, White Shapes you can choose from: Arrow, Angle, Square, Circle, Line 3) Add your drawing to the video As an example, we’ve added a red line here: 4) Add your comment To help your athletes,…

Sprongo Video Features – Overlay, Side-by-Side, Merging, Trimming & More!

Sprongo has many video features on its platform to help you analyse and compare your videos. There are quite a few of them so lets break them down for one by one and explain how and why you should use each feature. Side by Side This Tool allows you to view two videos at the same time, effectively helping you determine differences and similarities of techniques and movements between the two videos. To use the tool, simply click on the ‘VS’ icon that appears at the bottom right of one of the  videos you want to compare. Clicking on ‘VS’ prompts you to select a second video you want to compare and will bring you to a page the views both videos side by side. This is where you can play both videos at the same time, increase or decrease the speed and overlay your videos. Overlay The Overlay Tool…

The New Sprongo Trimming Feature You Need to Try!

As you all know, the team here at Sprongo love to constantly update and add new features, tools, and applications to provide you with the best possible video analysis software to help train and educate your athletes. The benefits of video analysis are endless and we wanted to give you a quick reminder as to why analysing videos of athletes in your sport can be hugely beneficial. Joshua McCarron of livestrong.com pointed out some benefits that we 100% agree with. Prevent Injury With the aid of video analysis, you can prevent injury by studying technique and avoiding movements that are sustainable to injury. Discover your Weaknesses by analysing areas in which you or members of your team are struggling with and therefore study videos that can help in improving those weak points. Learn from the best Sprongo’s database has videos from top athletes in the industry that are available for…

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