Yes. The subscription is mandatory for using Veo. The price of the subscription covers the processing of the uploaded recording, use of the online analysis platform, and unlimited storage of recordings.
We offer three different subscriptions: Team, Club and Enterprise. Team is for one team playing one sport. Club is for more teams, possibly more sports. Enterprise is for extraordinary needs.
Yes, Veo has a partner program. To become a part of the partner program, we require that you own a Veo camera and have experience using it.
We give a commission for every online sale that our partners refer to us. If you are interested in learning more, contact us here.
Yes, Veo can record most sports with a ball and two ends.
You can read more about the sports in the Veo family in the top menu: Football/Soccer, American football, Hockey, Handball, Lacrosse, Rugby, Volleyball and Basketball.
No, it’s not possible to livestream with Veo. After you’ve finished your recording, it needs to be uploaded to our platform before you can see the game. You can download and export highlights – as well as the full game video – to social media. You can also link directly to Veo’s platform if you want to share your team’s games.
You can put the camera as close to the sideline as you want. The camera will work and detect the ball as long as it’s inside its view. However, we normally recommend that you put the camera approx. 10-15 feet from the sideline, so the area just in front of the camera gets recorded. We know that it’s not always possible (e.g. in indoor courts), so we offer a tiltable camera mount that allows the camera to get tilted. That way, it captures the whole field.
Yes, if you have the Team, Club or School subscription plans, you can download the full recording to your own devices.
Read more about our subscription plans and what they include here.
The camera records 180 degrees, so the whole field is captured. On the online platform, you can follow individual players with the feature directed highlights. You can make highlights of everything – also an individual players’ actions. The broadcast view only follows the ball.
For soccer, we guarantee that the game is processed within 8 hours of upload. The average processing time for a 2-hour recording is approximately 4-5 hours. For other sports, we guarantee that the game is processed within 24 hours after upload.
Yes. You can move the camera around freely if you want the highest possible resolution on your recording. It doesn’t affect the camera’s ability to detect the ball. The camera’s two 4K lenses allow you to zoom in on specific areas of the field and lock the camera in place while the rest of the field is still being recorded. You can make a Directed highlight of your practice and download it for best possible picture quality.
Yes. It’s possible to tag the players individually so only they see the highlight and the comment you write. When players get tagged, they receive a notification from the platform. When you create a highlight on the platform, you can send your players a direct link to the highlight.
Yes, as Veo records 180 degrees, the camera captures the full field. So you can choose to focus on exactly what you want!
You can also make highlights of the actions you decide with the feature Directed highlights that you can read more about here.
Yes, when you create your player profile, you get a URL that you can share with scouts, college recruiters, family, friends, etc.
No. Part of the processing of the game is to stitch together the two recordings from the two lenses. So the “raw” footage is hardly useful for anything.
The average processing time for a 2-hour recording is approximately 4-5 hours after upload.
The camera will by default follow the ball that is closest to the camera or the ball that most players are following. If you set your camera to tactical view, there’s no zoom in the recording and you can watch most of the field.
On Veo’s platform, you can steer the camera to focus on an exact spot on the field, if you feel the need to focus on a specific area.
You can connect directly to the camera when you are on the pitch before the game, without the need for WiFi or mobile data. The camera sends out a WiFi-signal that you can connect to for starting the recording.