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We are having an awful time trying to use the endzone cam with this new technology. None of our zoom remotes will work with the camera once we hook the mini hdmi cable into the camera. If we could get that working then we need to have a way to monitor the picture for the zoom.  Is everyone using an actual hdmi tv monitor in the endzone for the filmer to see?

we are about to give up on the endzone part of this equation.

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Is it Hudl Sideline issue or EZ camera issue?  

 

We had to have a few chords sent to us this summer on our new Hi Pod, we only used it 7 times last year and some stuff went out when we fired it up this year.  Company sent new ones.  Worked great Friday, but we are not a Hudl Sideline team

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57 minutes ago, Coach Nowlin said:

Is it Hudl Sideline issue or EZ camera issue?  

 

We had to have a few chords sent to us this summer on our new Hi Pod, we only used it 7 times last year and some stuff went out when we fired it up this year.  Company sent new ones.  Worked great Friday, but we are not a Hudl Sideline team

It is a combination. Hudl sideline requires a had signal from your camera. When we hook it up with mini hdmi cord and run it to sideline the current av hookups that control the zoom on the camera stops working. The camera can only receive/send one signal. The hard wire zoom cord stops working once the mini hdmi is plugged into the camera. 

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Just a heads up. With so many teams with iPads and real time video capability on the sidelines, it's only a matter of time before some assistant goes to the official on the sideline and sticks an iPad in front of him to show him that block in the back or the hold they missed. Some free advice: don't do it. Serves no purpose, and we're not allowed to look at it anyway. If you're lucky, it'll only earn you a sideline warning. 

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actually, there is only so much coaches can even do with the video they have on the sideline, and showing the ref isn't one of them.

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23 minutes ago, WCGrad92 said:

actually, there is only so much coaches can even do with the video they have on the sideline, and showing the ref isn't one of them.

My experience Friday night suggests otherwise.

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8 minutes ago, WCGrad92 said:

in a scrimmage? REALLY??

We had an illegal blindside block that resulted in an injury. While the injured player was being attended to, a couple of assistants came over and showed us the replay on their iPads. I foresee similar situations in the future.

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11 hours ago, bobref said:

We had an illegal blindside block that resulted in an injury. While the injured player was being attended to, a couple of assistants came over and showed us the replay on their iPads. I foresee similar situations in the future.

Should outfit refs with a wi-fi jammer.  :-)

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