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Briefing: Video player

Video is an integral part of every session at Wingfield. Learn more about the features of the video player.

videoplayer_mockup-pngStill on the court, you can watch the videos of your last session and get the most out of them with the different functions of the video player. The access to all previous videos and the different tools of the player varies depending on your account status (Wingfield Pro vs. Wingfield Basic).

Wingfield Pro vs. Wingfield Basic

As a Wingfield Pro user, you have unlimited access to all previous videos and tools of the video player. You enjoy the following benefits, among others:

  • Full access to your complete session videos of all previous training days
  • Full HD video download
  • Access to all smart video filters (e.g. network approaches, serves, forehands etc.)
  • Linking of placement map and video player

☝🏼By the way: You can easily upgrade your account to a Pro account in the Wingfield app menu. 

 

With a Wingfield Basic account (the free app access) you always have full access to the entire videos of your last active training day. As soon as you play another session on a new day, only the short highlight clip will be shown to you. In the individual playing modes, this means:

Videos with Wingfield Basic

πŸ† Matches

Highlight video: The top five rallies of a match*

🎯 Drills

Highlight video: 

  • Basket drill: The six shots with the highest Drill Scores
  • Partner drill: The three rallies with the highest total score (max. 20 strokes)
🎾 Free Play

Highlight video: The top five rallies/shots of a free play*

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*Each individual rally is rated by our artificial intelligence based on various criteria. The best-rated rallies make it into your highlight clip.

The Toolbar:

You can access the basic functions of the video player via the toolbar at the top of the screen.

🐒Slow motion 

Analyse match or training sequences again down to the smallest detail:

0.5x = Half playback speed
0.25x = Quarter playback speed
Frame by Frame = Manual playback

⏭Skip breaks Who wants to watch themselves collecting balls? With the switch in the middle, you can automatically skip breaks and idle time.
βš™οΈMenu Here you can set the video quality and, as a Wingfield Pro user, download your entire video.

πŸ’‘Tip: Have you already discovered the "Beautiful Picture" button? 😜We save your data volume, so the SD version of the videos will always be streamed first. You better switch to HD. πŸ‘

The navigation elements:

Use the controls in the middle of the screen to navigate through your video. Use the two outer arrows to jump to the beginning of a rally or the two middle buttons to jump five seconds forward or back.

☝🏼By the way: Did you know that you can use the zoom gesture to enlarge the image section? Especially when it comes to technical details or when the baseline camera is mounted very high up on the Wingfield Court, this can be quite helpful. πŸ˜‰

Smart video filters

By swiping the screen upwards, the smart video filters will be displayed. They differ depending on the playing mode. With the filters activated, you can decide what you want to see in the video. For example, only watch your serves, net attacks or highlights of a session.

These filters are currently available to Wingfield Pro users:

  Match Free Play Drill
Full video β˜‘οΈ β˜‘οΈ β˜‘οΈ
Highlights (see above) β˜‘οΈ β˜‘οΈ β˜‘οΈ
Longest rallies β˜‘οΈ β˜‘οΈ ⭕️
Net approaches β˜‘οΈ ⭕️ ⭕️
Serves ⭕️ β˜‘οΈ ⭕️
Forehands ⭕️ β˜‘οΈ ⭕️
Backhands ⭕️ β˜‘οΈ ⭕️
Hits (IN field) ⭕️ ⭕️ β˜‘οΈ
Errors (OUR or Net) ⭕️ ⭕️ β˜‘οΈ

 

Filters such as Full Match, Highlights or Longest Rallies always refer to both players. However, there are also filters that can be set depending on the respective player. These include, for example, all Shots, but also Net attacks or Errors. Select the respective player whose actions should be shown in the video.

In the playback view, you can always see what is currently displayed in the video by the small tags at the bottom of the screen. In the match example below, we see the first of six own net attacks (player 1 = green).

☝🏼By the way: Have you noticed the different colour codes in the match statistics or the filter tags in the video player? 

Green = Your own data 

Blue = Your opponents data

Grey = Neutral data (for example, for player-independent filter tags in the video player such as the Longest Rallies filter).