PRESENTATION WINDOW

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PRESENTATION WINDOW INTRO.
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OVERLAY MODES DRAWING TOOLS FULL SCREEN MODES FEATURE SCROLLER

CUTUPS LIST

SAVING CUTUPS

SORTING TOOLS

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PLAY DATA

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Once a cutup or video folder is opened for viewing, a list of plays appears on the bottom of the screen. At any time you can select a new play and immediately view it. Select the Full Screen button to view the selected plays. You can use your USB remote or mouse to control the video. To exit the full-screen video mode press the Esc button on the keyboard. If you have a DSV Remote, press the Full button to toggle between full-screen mode and the opening presentation mode. Other detailed features of the Presentation Window can be found in the following pages.

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PRESENTATION WINDOW BUTTONS
Video Controls: Functions like a normal VCR control. Full Screen Modes: Allows the user to toggles between type of full screen modes and what angles to view.

Overlay Selection: Select and overlay mode that will display customizable data for an individual user. Save Cutup: Allows the ability to save Save Still: Allows the ability to changes made to the cutup. Save, Insert Picture into Cutup or Print a Still. Create A Cutup: Allows the ability to Drawing Tools: Opens up the create a new cutup from the plays that drawing features to telestrate are checked. over the video. Check All: Puts a check into the boxes of Freehand Tool: Allows the ability all plays listed for trimming. to draw “Freehand” over the Uncheck All: Will Clear the selected plays video. with a checkbox. Games Icon: Opens access to On Demand Tendencies: Create ODK and Breakdown Data Autointeractive reports by choosing single or Cutups. multiple columns. Cutups Icon: Opens access to On Demand Graphs: Create interactive Cutups arranged in folders. Bar Graphs by choosing single columns Reports Icon: Displays reports Layout Design: Allows the ability to that are ran from data loaded uncheck unwanted Fields to view. below. Print: Will print the currently selected Open Folder: Allow to open a cutup into a spreadsheet. video folder of raw video to view. Data Layouts: Save multiple data layouts Remote Icon: Connect to remote using this selection. or RT-Click to adjust button speeds. Remote Area: When using the mouse to Voiceover Icon: Displays control the video. Place the cursor over voiceover only cutups. this button. Voiceover: Activates the voiceover Switch Databases: Switch to or feature to create new cutups with voice from the Offensive, Defensive, overlaid with video. Special Teams, or Local Databases

FULL SCREEN WITH DATA MODE
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To access the Full Screen with Data, check the With Data box on the opening screen and click the Full Screen icon. This view will show the data at the bottom of the screen and static overlays from a configured overlay at the top. Drawing and Picture Saving/Printing tools can also be accessed from this screen.

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When using the mouse controls, place the mouse at the top, in the black area of the screen to control the video with the mouse buttons. See the Mouse Remote page for detailed information.
To select plays for trimming, click the Angle or DSV button on the remote. If you click the Angle button again on the same play it will not take the check away. You can also use the mouse.

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FULL SCREEN WITH NO DATA MODE
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To access the Full Screen with no Data, check No Data box on the opening screen and click the Full Screen icon. This view will show the overlay at the top of the screen for the first five seconds of the video, then disappear. You can adjust your custom Overlay in the opening screen by selecting one from the dropdown menus. Drawing tools can also be accessed from this screen. When using the mouse controls, place the mouse at the top, on the red “R” to control the video with the mouse buttons. See the Mouse Remote page for detailed information. To select plays for trimming, click the Angle or DSV button on the remote. If you click the Angle or DSV button again on the same play it will not take the check away.

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GAMES CUTUPS
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To activate click on the Games Icon.
Select the year or all years to load the games to view. To view the game in game order ODK click on the top level folder. Data will not appear at the bottom of the video. If data has been entered, one can view the plays that have been broken down. Team names are setup as the Offensive Team for the cutup and data. For ODK video cutups, click on the Offense, Defense or Kicking Options. Data will not appear at the bottom of the video.

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If the ODK data contains Run/Pass and individual special teams plays one can click and open those selections as well. Data will not appear at the bottom of the video. To load multiple cutups all an one time, hold down the control key on the keyboard and begin opening cutups. Each subsequent cutup will be added to the bottom of the list.

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USER CREATED CUTUPS LIST
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To activate click on the Cutups Icon. To open a folder, click on the [+] symbol or double click. To close a folder click on the [-]. To Delete a cutup, highlight the cutup and click on the Delete Button. To open a cutup to view, double click on the cutup from the list. To load multiple cutups all an one time, hold down the control key on the keyboard and begin opening cutups. Each subsequent cutup will be added to the bottom of the list.

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PRESENTATION WINDOW REPORTS
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To activate click on the Reports Icon. Load the cutup or cutups with data to apply to the report. Hold down the control key on the keyboard and open multiple cutups to load multiple cutups at once. To open a report double click on the report name, or click on the [+] symbol to open a group of variants for that report. Use the options at the top of the report to filter through variants Some custom report have layouts that can be set. Use the Save button to layout of data to appear. Click on the Full Screen button to expand and contract the report view. Use the arrow buttons to advance to the next and previous pages of the report. Print the report or save the report pages out to graphic files as well.

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SORTING CUTUP DATA
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A-Z and Z-A: Right click on one column header at a time and select A-Z or Z-A to sort the information included within that column. Once a column has been sorted it will lock in the information sorted and its order for that column. The if another A-Z or ZA sort is applied it will sort from within the first selected columns data. An example of this would be sorting Down 1 – 4, then Distance as 99 to 1. If down is selected first and sorted as 1st down thru 4th, those items will be locked in for the second sort of the distance. Frequency Sort: Select multiple column in the order of the sorting by left clicking and making the column header(s) red. Once all columns are selected and the proper order selected, right click on the final column and select Frequency. The result will be the data being sorted via frequency starting with the first selected column then each subsequent ones.

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Drill Down: Right click any column and select the data to filter down to. Continue to filter down until the cutup is set correctly. To go back to the original cutup and it entirety, click on Reset to put the cutup back.

REPORTS FROM CUTUP DATA
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Highlight a single column or multiple columns. Choose ‘On Demand Tendencies’ and create a Custom Report.

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Highlight a single column. Choose ‘On Demand Graph’ and create a ‘Bar Graph’ of the selected column.

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CREATING DATA LAYOUTS

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Click the Layout Design button to allow the choice of what data columns will appear. Uncheck All and choose the desired columns of data. The data columns will rearrange leaving only the desired columns of data. Columns can also be highlighted and dragged horizontally to the desired location with click and drag functions. Click the Data Layout button to save the layout under the current name, save as a new layout, or open an already save layout. Layouts can be save to the Local database login, or if networked, saved for use by all on the network.
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DRAG AND DROP ROWS
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Highlight the single clip you want to move, left click and highlight the Row.
Click on the highlighted row again, and drag the clipboard until the 2 dark lines are over the clip at the desired location. Release the left mouse button and the clip will be placed above of the clip with the 2 bold lines. To move multiple clips, highlight the clips by left clicking as you hold down the Control Key. You can also use the Shift Key to select a range of clips from Top to Bottom. Holding down the left key, drag the clipboard until the 2 dark lines are over the clip at the desired location. Release the Mouse to drop the rows in place.
If the clips to be moved are not such that they can be moved by highlighting and dragging, then highlight the clip(s) and us the arrow keys to move to the desired location. Once there, click the Enter Key to complete the move.

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DRAG AND DROP ROWS cont.
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Drag and Drop also works for creating or modifying cutups or creating new cutups. Highlight the clip(s) by left click, using the Control Key, or by using the Shift Key.

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By holding the left mouse key and dragging over an existing cutup the selected clips will be added to the bottom of the existing cutup. By holding the left mouse key and dragging over an existing folder you will be prompted to create a new cutup and name it.

DRAG AND DROP CUTUP BINS
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Begin by opening the Presentation Window. Double Click on a cutup bin to open the Cutups List. Browse or create a new cutup and highlight the cutup. Click “OK” and the bin will be assigned to the cutup. Highlight a Row or Rows and hold down the left mouse button. Ctrl+Click and Shift+Click will allow you to highlight multiple rows.
Drag the Row(s) into the cutup bin and release the mouse. The Rows will be added to the bottom of the list automatically. The notepad icon will appear when dragging.

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CUTUPS AND GAMES TABS
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Cutups can be stored three folders deep. Double-Click to open cutups. Games have cutups automatically according to the ODK tags. To see the games, click on Load Games to populate the list.

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INSERTING SLIDES INTO CUTUPS

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INSIDE LINEBACKERS
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Highlight the clip where the slide will be inserted in front of.
Click the camera .

Choose Insert Slide(s) In Cutup. Insert one slide by double clicking the slide or, select the first slide, hold down the ‘Shift’ key, select the last slide, press enter and this will insert all slides. To place slides in the cutup, highlight the slide, left click, and drag to desired position in cutup. Press the Save Button and the cutup is saved under the current name.

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Click the Select All Button, the Scissors choose the cutup from the Cutups List….then either add to or replace the current cutup.

CREATING VOICEOVER CUTUPS
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To be able to use the Voiceover feature one must have a DSV Remote connected to the machine for the icon to appear.
Presort and load the correct cutup for the presentation. If a particular angle is needed, uncheck the unnecessary angles from the full screen options. Click on the Microphone Icon to begin. Make sure that your microphone is on and working properly. Click OK on the pop up screen if you are sure its working. The microphone icon will turn red to represent that its in recording mode.

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Use the remote to Rewind and Fast forward the video while speaking. Use the drawing tools is permitted as well. The Slow Rew and Slow FD will be disabled once you begin recording.
To go to the next play click on the “Next” button on the remote. The video clip you were just on will start rendering while the next play loads. Once complete, click on the red microphone to end the recording session. Select the folder to save the voiceover cutup to and select New Cutup and name the cutup. Voiceover cutups are visible and available by clicking on the Voiceover button from the slider options.

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MOUSE / HOTKEY REMOTE
To get the mouse to work in Full Screen Modes, place the mouse over the red “R”. When that option is not available, place the mouse into a blue area. PAUSE / PLAY: Toggles between playing and pausing the video. REW: Clicking and holding the left button plays the video at a fast rewind rate. PREV: Double Clicking the left button advances the video/slides to the previous clip or play. FF: Clicking and holding the right button plays the video at a faster rate. NEXT: Double Clicking the right button advances the video/slides to the next clip or play.

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Arrow keys only work when in full screen modes.

UP/DOWN: Play / Pause RIGHT/LEFT: Advances frame by frame forward and back.

DSV REMOTE
LASER: Activates the Laser Pointer. When releasing the button the beam will shine for 5 more secs. PREV: Advances the video/slides to the previous clip or play. SLOW REV: Plays the video at a slower rate in reverse. REW: Plays the video at a fast rewind rate. DSV (OLD ANGLE): Is used to mark plays on the Presentation Window when Trimming Cutups and pull up the Cutups List while paused in the Full Screen Modes.

FULL: Toggles between the Presentation Window and the Full Screen Modes.

NEXT: Advances the video/slides to the next clip or play.

SLOW: Plays the video at a slower rate. FF: Plays the video at a faster rate. PLAY: Toggles between playing and pausing the video.

O D K Buttons: While in the ODK screen you can tag Offense, Defense, and Kicking with the buttons that line up with the ODK marked on the remote. Older remotes also have this ability though not labeled on the remote itself.

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The remote must be plugged into the same USB port it was installed on to work correctly.