Just curious whether anyone has used an iPad for video analysis and, if so, what software you used.
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During my son’s bullpens, we look at the video of every 5th pitch or so on the camera’s small screen. When we get home and transfer the clips to a computer, we always see things we missed when we watched the clips on the camera. If we want to watch the video on a bigger screen while the bullpen is taking place, would we be better off using an iPad or a laptop?
If anyone here has used an iPad for this purpose, I would really like to hear what you thought about it.
Two good products include Coach’s Eye and SloPro.
SloPro is a fantastic app that will convert your iPhone 4s or 5 so that it captures video at 60 fps versus 30 fps. This allows for much smoother slow motion analysis. SloPro will allow you to slow the video even further…as much as 1000 fps. With that, you will notice more ghosting as it is digital created and does not actual capture the video at 1000 fps.
Coach’s Eye is an amazing app for viewing mechanics. It is as good as many computer programs that cost hundreds of dollars and you are able to give immediate feedback. Literally, your pitcher can still be standing on the mound as you evaluate his video with him.
If you take a little extra time by capturing the video with slow pro at 60 fps and then import into Coach’s Eye, the analysis will be even better.
Also fantastic for your hitting lessons.
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