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How to: Start Recording and Statting Games

18 Jun 2013 | Under How To, Information, Tutorials | Posted by | 0 Comments

Step 1. Record Video Continuously

During any game, record video continuously, pausing only for extended breaks (halftime or periods without play longer than 15 minutes). Keep the camera running during timeouts. This ensures the video aligns properly with the statistics.

Step 2. Stat Live

Take statistics live during the game using StatEasy. We’ve got some helpful videos on how to take stats live.

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For more StatEasy product usage guides, visit the How To Section of our blog.


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