5 Ways SlingStudio Can Help Improve Your Coaching and Sports Program

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Are you a coach using SlingStudio during practice or games? We’d love to hear about your experience and possibly feature your story in an upcoming blog post. Let us know in the comments section below.

1 – Real-time coaching: Whether you use a single camera or multiple cameras to record or livestream a game/practice, SlingStudio sets a new standard for ease-of-use, flexibility and affordability. Instantly capture the footage you need to have an immediate conversation with an athlete about their tennis serve, golf swing or a quarterback’s technique on a throw. SlingStudio tools allow you to go frame-by-frame in slow motion or even instant replay a moment and the system is portable enough to take on the sidelines. Our built-in tagging and highlight features also let you easily go back to teachable moments on film and pull up for the team to review whether it’s a great assist on a play or a missed defensive assignment.

A coach using SlingStudio in the dugout during a practice - in the picture the SlingStudio console app on an ipad, a SlingStudio Hub, SlingStudio Battery Attached to the hub, and a USBC expander
A coach using SlingStudio in the dugout and switching between cameras and angles

2 – Gameday broadcasting and recording: SlingStudio is wireless and makes setup easy—gone are the days of rolling out hundreds of feet of cable. SlingStudio has integrated livestreaming for fan engagement and sharing with alumni or family across the world. It’s also great for recording and post-production with custom animated graphics, layovers, green screen, instant replay, custom scoreboard and more to add that professional look and feel to game-day productions.

3 – Recruiting: With the tagging and highlight features, SlingStudio makes creating athlete highlight tapes easy – this feature can be used to showcase every quarterback sack, 3-point shot, each rebound grabbed, and several other positives.

4 – Take it on the go: SlingStudio equipment fits in a backpack which means it’s great at home or away. It’s flexible and allows connection to cameras, smartphones, and other recording devices like drones. It makes fan engagement, pre-game press conferences, and other activities a breeze when it comes to livestreaming and recording.

SlingStudio in use for a Clemson Football behind the scenes livestream and event for fan engagement

5 – Referee instant replay or review: Referees can use the iPad tablet for video review and go frame-by-frame on those particularly tough calls. SlingStudio really shines here because getting multiple angles of that buzzer-beater or out-of-bounds play can be the difference between a win or a loss.

Are you a coach using SlingStudio during practice or games? We’d love to hear about your experience and possibly feature your story in an upcoming blog post. Let us know in the comments section below.

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