Space requirements will be determined by the sports and the proximity of available sport facilities to the facility. Video cameras are fairly portable, and most systems utilize only one or two cameras. A permanent reviewing location with access to additional viewing and editing equipment can be set up in a club using as little as 100 square feet. Footage can be shot at nearby batting cages, fields, driving ranges, tennis courts, ski resorts, etc., and brought back for critique and analysis. A more convenient option is to bring the environment into the club by allocating adequate space for these activities. A racquetball court (800 square feet) can easily be adapted with portable golf driving nets, batting tees, a tennis backboard, a basketball hoop and other sports equipment.
There are two approaches to equipment consideration for setting up such a system: video-only or video with computer software editing. A trial setup using the video-only option is recommended to initiate the program, learn basic techniques and assess demand. This will allow operators to test the program and gain experience with limited initial capital expense.
Once the program is established and successful, the same equipment can be upgraded with more advanced computer capture and editing systems. Upgrading to computer editing provides many advantages over the use of video-only, including detailed motion analysis, enhanced graphics, more efficient editing capabilities, easier file storage and retrieval , the ability to create a picture printout and several other unique options. These benefits should be weighed against the significant increase in both equipment costs and the time involved to learn the advanced system.
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