How to use this tool
On this page, you can play back the videos that have been captured with the SportReTiNA toolkit or, if you are on the sportretina.net web portal, videos that you upload directly from your tablet or laptop.
With the SportReTiNA toolkit, the first dropdown menu on the left allows you to select either the live session or past video sessions that have been downloaded to the hub.
If you are on the sportretina.net web portal, the dropdown menu only contains one option which is the name of your personal folder, you don't need to touch that.
With the 'Previous' and 'Next' buttons, you can move to another video set amongst the ones available. A video set is a collection of videos, one from each camera (or virtual camera if you are on the sportretina.net web portal). When you are using the SportReTiNA toolkit, a set will normally contain videos recorded at the same time (from different angles). You can also pick a specific video set using the second dropdown menu.
Use the "Download" button to download a zip file containing all the videos from the current video set. To download a single video, use the link in the info bar located at the top of each video frame.
Next, use the '1x' dropdown menu to change the global playback speed (this applies to all videos).
The 'Play' and 'Rewind' buttons are global controls to play, pause and rewind all the videos of the current set at the same time. When you play the videos globally, the 'Play' button will change to 'Pause'.
To rewind all the videos by 20ms, 100ms and 1s, use the '<', '<<' and '<<<' buttons.
To forward all the videos by 20ms, 100ms and 1s, use the '>', '>>' and '>>>' buttons.
Use the 'Resync' button to synchronise the videos on the current frame positions and save their timestamps in your browser.
Use the "Reload" button to reload each video on the frame position previously saved by the "Resync" function.
To enable or hide any of the camera views, use the toggle buttons that are labelled after the names of the cameras.
The semi-transparent bar at the top of each view provides some information related to the video, ie: (1) name of the camera, (2) video set index, (3) video framerate, (4) video resolution, (5) start time (in ms), (6) end time (in ms), (7) total video duration (in ms), (8) date and time of capturing, (9) an hyperlink pointing to the location of the video which can be used for downloading it.
Video toolbarPlayback the selected video.
Video functions toolbarSet start time of video segment to current time position.