One step beyond in the field of sport video analysis with KlipDraw Animate. Enjoy a full editing experience with animated telestration tools, which allow analysts to dynamically explain concepts and create sequences of graphics.
Available for Windows 7, 8 and 10. For Mac users, read this info
If you already own a KlipDraw Basic and want to get the full potential of Animate, you can do it by just paying the difference between both licenses.
You can create a maximum of 10 registers in each project and add drawings, animation and text to every one of them.
As well as the drawing tools, you can also add audio notes and save frequently recurring text blocks for easy repetition.
Tell your story in parts by creating animated graphics, which can be shown as a sequence to reveal the bigger picture.
This tool lets you simulate routes. Virtually move players to different positions to show them multiples routes or trajectories providing a different view of the action.
If you need your audience to focus on a specific part of the video, you will have multiple animated highlighting tools available.
There are moments in sport which are decided by details. So it’s possible you would need to zoom one or multiple elements in your frames. These are your options:
There’s no need to make external calculations or guess numbers, as you can create metrics graphics to show angles and distances between multiple units.
A full range of animated 2D and 3D arrows and lines (straight, lobs, curved or freehand...) to illustrate paths, trails or any other trajectory you may need to transmit in any phase of play.
The Glitter Tool is sparkling effect wich can be added to players in the frame to grab attention or just add them before or at the end of your animations to create a flashing effect.
Simulate a player’s eyesight to reproduce a vision angle. A cone of light appears to represent where that person is looking.
Mark players with animated 3D circles acting as bases to highlight their positions on the pitch. You can also link bases to show lines, groups or any other tactical concept.
When drawings don’t explain everything, some extra tools can supplement your frames with more detail: speech bubbles, customised & predefined text boxes and pictures for example.
Standard shapes which are common to any video editing software (squares, circles, triangles or diamonds) can be customised by dragging points or adding new ones. This will let coaches customise forms or patterns at their convenience.
Insert logos or any other picture in the frame and rotate them as if they were 3D object so you can adapt them to the camera perspective or to the pitch.