NSWRL – Rugby League – A case study of sports performance analysis.
Digital Mix through an ongoing contract with an Australian production company provides video recording equipment and operators for the Jersey Flegg and Canterbry Cup rugby league championship games played in New Zealand.
A single camera placed on the half way line allows for full coverage of the playing field. Match officials are fitted with high performance radio microphones and communication equipment, these audio feeds are recorded along with ambient background audio.
Using a laptop based video recording system, camera and audio signals are recorded and rendered as MP4 files with minutes of the conclusion of the game. Each half is recorded as separate files then linked together as a single game when uploaded to the HUDL website.
Post match the video files are uploaded via 4G to www.hudl.com a sports hosting and performance analysis website. NSWRL Match officials, owners, coaches, trainers and players can log into their respective accounts, watch their performance and place comments and suggestions along the timeline of the game.
Games can also be livestreamed from the ground allowing for fans to watch on platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook etc. This is dependant on connectivity at the field and is subject to the technical limitations of cellular connections or wired / wireless network connections.
Digital Mix also offer multi camera options with camera switching equipment and operators.
Contact Digital Mix for more information on this and other services.