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It’s been a busy month for the Coach’s Eye team, but in the end we are happy to bring some great new features to you. Let’s take a look at what’s new.
Coach’s Eye 4.8 for Apple (iOS) Users
All iOS Users
Import directly from iCloud, Dropbox, Box and other storage apps. Tap the import (+) button in the upper left hand corner of your device library and add the apps / services you want to import from. SEE IT
Start and stop camera recording using volume buttons or bluetooth remotes.
Change the privacy settings (in-app) of videos that have already been shared. SEE IT
Auto-register a device if there’s a slot available.
Fixed issue that caused premium tools to disappear for paid customers. We are truly sorry for any inconvenience this likely caused.
Misc. bug fixes and improvements.
PRO and VIP Subscribers
Share videos directly from your Coach’s Eye Locker, in-app and on the web.
Update tags and titles for videos already backed up to your Coach’s Eye Locker. Editing the title of any backed up video on your device will automatically be reflected in the cloud. SEE IT
Faster load times for access to videos in your Coach’s Eye Locker.
Meet Georgie Bremner, Buttermilk Ski School Manager at Aspen Snowmass Resorts. She is changing the way skiing is taught with Coach’s Eye and her Microsoft Nokia Lumia 1520. We were lucky enough to spend a few days with her to learn how she uses Coach’s Eye on the slopes.
Georgie recording a student as he passes by.
We quickly learned that there are a few different ways Georgie uses Coach’s Eye to train her students. One is on the side of the hill, as in the picture above. When a student passes by she records video with Coach’s Eye using her Lumia 1520. This provides one angle to analyze the technique demonstrated by the student. As she described, “It’s easier to pull up Coach’s Eye on my phone than to carry a handy camera and figure out how to record.”
Georgie using Coach’s Eye to analyze her students form during the lunch break.
Another way that Georgie likes to record her students is using the “follow technique”. She’ll queue here student to begin skiing and then trail behind the student with phone in hand. She said, “Recording from behind the skier is beneficial for correcting form, and the camera on these devices is often better than a more expensive handy camera. On my phone the quality is good right when I press record.”
Georgie coaching her student on weight distribution.
Often she’ll take a student off the run to go over the skills they are trying to perfect. Her style of coaching is very hands on and she is quick to give her students a visual cue to improve their performance. While using Coach’s Eye she explained, “All of the sudden you can instantly change what you are doing…and start getting better.”
Georgie having some fun coaching during a blue bird day at Buttermilk Mountain.