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Feb
20
comment Split-screen closed-circuit sports recording
I am really trying to do this hardware-based so there is very little man-hours involved in the production of the finished product. Using software to "choose" which feed to watch on the finished product is too technical and complicated for these users. I don't really see why having split screen video to cover the entire rink would be difficult to follow: in fact, it would preserve all of the ice that would otherwise be hidden by a single camera angle. They really want this simple and turn-key, and I realize that means more tech, complication, and automation behind the scenes.
Feb
20
comment Split-screen closed-circuit sports recording
The student availability issue is a problem because of the size of the school. So, just finding one that is interested more in film than sports is kind of a non-starter.
Feb
20
comment Split-screen closed-circuit sports recording
As far as lenses go, I didn't think I could find a lens that would be wide-angle enough to do the job, and still keep enough definition to make it worth it for the coach... I will admit that I could be wrong about that.
Feb
20
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Feb
20
revised Split-screen closed-circuit sports recording
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Feb
20
asked Split-screen closed-circuit sports recording