Capturing Your Own Golf Swings
Auto Capture is ideal for recording your own practice session. No matter how many golf swings you make, Swing Profile will only record only those critical 2-seconds swing motion. You can then easily use Auto Sync to synchronize and compare the swing video of different strokes, say between iron and wood. And visualize swing sequences over multiple videos to monitor consistency
1) You need a reliable phone or table holder to hold your device on a golf bag or a tripod.
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2) We need a reference object that helps to position the phone or tablet correctly. Lay down a club between the ball and center of your stance for down-the-line view, or across your feet for front view. And then position the device so that the club fits inside the bottom bracket of the grid. Experiment to find the best position for capturing your golf swing.
3) Tap the Capture icon to start recording. When a swing is captured, you’ll notice (a) a double ping sound, (b) the borders turning red and (c) the swing sequence shows briefly.
NOTE if you are filming with the front camera, you can see the borders turning red and flashing when a swing is captured.
Capturing Someone Else’s Golf Swings
1) Apply back camera. Stand about 10 feet away from golfer for landscape mode, or 7 feet away for portrait mode.
2) Tap the Capture icon to start recording. Ensure that the subjects head and feet are within the designated areas. Keep hands steady. Swing Profile will be ready once the golfer resumes the address position with a short pause – this is indicated with a green border. Now perform the golf swing.
3) When a swing is captured, you’ll notice you’ll notice (a) a double ping sound, (b) the borders turning red and (c) the swing sequence shows briefly. Tap on the sequence, or the preview image to view the captured video immediately.
Always ensure they you try and record your swings using the optimal settings for Auto Capture FAQ.