Coach's Eye for PC

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When will you support Coach's Eye on PC? I'd like to use it for game film analysis and I can't ask my assistants to film the game on their phones or iPads. Do you know of any other software for the PC that might fit the bill in the interim? I would need to be able to perform the same sort of analyis that Coach's Eye supports - and it would be really nice if the software supported a jog wheel rather than a graphic equivalent. BTW I don't have the money for telestration equipment...

Also you should add Coach's Eye to the list of products/services on the New Topic form.
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Ken Hackbarth

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Posted 7 years ago

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Ken Hackbarth

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"The only software I'm aware of that could fit the bill is extremely expensive."

Sounds like there's a tremendous opportunity for you to sell to all of us volunteer coaches!

I'd have to think about how to get videos uploaded and possibly rerendered into the proper format from my PC to my iPad... And I think there's a file size limitation imposed by Coach's Eye, right?
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Ken Hackbarth

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BTW, I'd be willing to pay approx $100 for a Windows version of the software - especially a program that supported an inexpensive, USB jog wheel (in addition to a graphical one for those people not interested in purchasing a physical one).
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This is a decent app for doing video anaysis. However, capability for sharing and tranfering/backing up videos is currently a VERY serious problem....especially from Android to PC or Mac! Please address this ASAP!
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importing videos into coach's eye
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Glenn Hoeppner, Employee

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Hello everyone,

I just wanted to updated this thread and let you know that we're now offering Coach's Eye for Windows Desktop (and Windows RT). You can get it in the Windows Store here:
http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/app/coachs-eye/3f22af57-d567-450f-a752-33c2eb4fc788

Be aware that it does require Windows 8.1.

-Glenn
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Is there any development on a Windows 8 Pro/RT version of Coach's Eye?.


Coach's Eye for Windows 8
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Coach's Eye PC program?.


Hi, I am a swimming coach in the UK. I use the Coach's Eye app when coaching at my club and it's been one of the most useful tools at my disposal. I also work at an Endless Pool coaching triatheletes, open water and competitive swimmers. At the facility we currently record and review the footage through using Windows Movie Maker since most analysis programs out there are either too expensive or can be too complicated for what we require. The simiplicity of Coach's Eye makes it a massively useful tool at my club, and so I was wondering if there wasn't some way you could create a PC program similar to it, without the expense and complexility of Dart Fish and other programs in the market?
Regards,
Andrew Holland

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