Before you begin with the SportsClipMaker to edit and analyse your recent team’s game, you need to prepare and save your mp4 video of your match onto your Windows 10 computer. Positioning your match files in the correct position on your windows 10 computer is vital and will help make the entire process of managing game analysis and cutting important clips from the game for review an easy one.
In this video, we will take you step by step through the process of saving each of your clips in the same folder, named specifically to find easier for later use. This preparation sets up your project before using the video analysis software, to make for a flowing transition, from full, raw game video to loading them directly into the software then to cutting and editing the specific analysed clips.
After placing the mp4 video files from your game in a folder inside videos, you can open the SportsClipMaker to easily transfer them onto the program. If your files are not mp4, no problem — you can visit our site to help you with a direct link to convert them into mp4 form, which works easiest for our sports analysis software. The video takes you through, several times for clarity, step-by-step directions from loading the files properly onto your computer, to taking the clips from the saved files on your computer to placing them directly into the SportsClipMaker for editing and processing.
Placing your game files in the correct position on your computer is extremely important for a base starting step in the entire process of setting up video analysis software for you and your team. Following the tutorial video in its step-by-step guide and demonstration makes it easy for you to follow along and prepare your game footage to be cut and edited using the SportsClipMaker program.
We hope this video helps you prepare for the game analysis and the process of video editing and cutting using SportsClipMaker.