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  1. I'm looking to take team video of my kids games this year and POSSIBLY going to buy a new camera. In the past I've put gopros behind the goalie and shot through the glass with good results. Some of the rinks have Livebarn so I will just use that video. I'm thinking of buying a camera and tripod and setting up at center ice from the bleachers to try and get a decent shot from there. But I've also noticed that most of the rinks have nets up on the sides that I would be shooting "through". So my question is for those of you who have done this, do the nets mess with the autofocus on the cameras? Action cameras probably won't be effected. But a DSLR or Camcorder might be. Feedback from others? I suppose on the DSLR I could just manual focus. At that distance most of the shots would be at an "infinite" focus point anyway. I don't want to drop $$$ on a camera and just get 60 minutes of netting. lol
  2. We will be stepping up our "game" for next year and want to improve our "game film" for coaching purposes. We will have a gopro behind each net and a video camera in the stands at the red line. So 3 feeds in total. Some rinks will have Livebarn so we can download that later, but not all the rinks. If I'm just putting the video together to watch, I can do that in Adobe Premiere without an issue and select the best view, then export the video and upload to youtube to share. I've got that part covered. I'm looking for an app (if such an app exists) where the viewer could manually select what camera view they wanted to watch at any given time. I'm envisioning thumbnail views off all the streams and then a large screen with the selected view. Anyone see something like this that is available at the consumer level? On a side note...I like the "Coaches Eye" app for analysis. You can draw on the screen like the professional commentators, easily add voice over audio to give coaching tips and then send the slips out directly to the players.
  3. I would like to find a simple, effective solution for filming my team's games. We use video for analyzing our players and game. Our current solutions are: 1) filming with a smartphone by hand from the spectator stand - this works well but is very tiring and only works if we have a friend watching the game 2) gopro on the glass behind the goalie - great for our goalie but hard to see plays, especially in the offensive zone How is everyone else recording their games? Have you tired the auto-cameraman solutions where the camera automatically follows the play (I've seen these online for soccer but never saw a hockey one)? Does your rink have a good filming system that captures the entire rink? Is there a simple solution to record from the bench (maybe a GoPro on a stand or 2x GoPros, one for each zone)? Thanks Everyone, Eugene
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