The future of talent development and performance evaluation relies on access to video. For you as a coach, it’s crucial to have a knowledge of video analysis for your own development.
Veo makes it as easy as ever to record your games and practices. Press a button and… that’s it. The camera takes care of the rest. This allows you to dedicate your time to coaching.
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For most teams, it can be inconvenient to record a practice with balls flying around in every direction and more than one exercise at a time. Veo solves that conundrum by recording with two 4K lenses creating a 180-degree view capturing the entire field. The days of setting up multiple cameras are over.
Everybody wants to get the most out of the talents. And then you need, in the modern game, to have the technology to be able to do it. You have to analyze your sessions, you have to analyze your games. You have to help your individual talents to help them grow.
We always say that the video and what you do on the field doesn’t lie. If you can show a little bit of a video of what you want on the field and actually work on it, you’re already advancing in the progression of every player.
The greatest part of the camera is the fact that I don’t have to worry about it and I can dedicate my time to coaching.
The fact that we can mount the camera and just leave it up standing and it follows the ball, is a really good feature.
Veo’s platform comes with a lot of cool features!
When you upload your Veo recording to the platform, our highly intelligent software recognizes the action on the field. With the position of players and the ball, our software creates a video for you that automatically zooms and pans like a normal TV broadcast.
Analyze your game, cut highlights, and share them with your players. All in one platform.
Watch your recordings in four different views. Take over the camera and focus on exactly what you want.
Create your own highlights, write comments, tag players, download and share with your players.
Players are visual learners. Illustrate the feedback for your players with shapes, lines and arrows.
Take over the camera and direct your own highlights. Every action on the field can be in focus.