FOOTBALL - How do I film using the QwikCut app? 2.0

FOOTBALL - How do I film using the QwikCut app? 2.0

1.) Open the QwikCut App on your smartphone or tablet (Apple or Android) and log in.

2.) Under the My Video tab, locate My Games, tap on the game that you want to film.

3.) Tap on the 3 dots to the right of Game Video.

4.) Select Game Capture.

5.) Select the angle you will be filming with.

6.) Select upload immediately if you will be connected to Wifi while filming.
If you are unable to connect to Wifi, deselect upload immediately, and you'll have to go back to upload the game once you are connected to Wifi.

7.) Select Open Camera and begin filming.

8.) Click the green circle to start a clip and the red box to end the clip. You will repeat this for every clip.  Once you are done filming, click the white X to exit in the bottom right and you will be directed back to the capture screen to show total clips filmed. 

9.) All of your clips will appear on this screen. Once you have confirmed the number looks correct (based on how long the game was and how many clips you took), tap done. 
**The number of clips will vary depending upon how many times you start and stop the film; if you are doing so after every play, you will have a larger amount of clips. If you are allowing the camera to film continuously for 15-20 minutes at a time, you will have a lower number of clips.

10.) You will automatically be directed back to your My Video screen to view My Games; allow the app time to refresh and load the game or you can refresh the screen manually by using your finger to drag downward on the screen until you see a spinning icon at the top.

11.) Once your game has uploaded and refreshed, it will then appear in bold font with the angles in parentheses to the right of the Game Video.

12.) To view the game, tap on the game and it will show all of your clips with thumbnails. To view the clip, tap on the thumbnail and it will start playing. 

13.)  Key features while watching a clip; in the tip left corner it will show you the clip number and the angle. If you need to mute or unmute, the speaker button is located towards the bottom right all the way to the left. Lastly, to play clips continuously, tap the loop button with the '1' located all the way to the right. To exit the clip, click the white X in the top right corner. 

If you have followed all of these steps and experiencing technical issues, ensure that your app is up-to-date and check if there is an update available.
If you need further assistance, please contact QwikCut Support.
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