Live Analysis

Live Stream with Camera (using OBS)

Step 1. Create a match / practice

Click on the “+” button and create a match or a practice

Step 2. Click on broadcast

Click on “…” of the match or practice you’ve just created and select broadcast

Step 3. Prepare broadcast

Click on ok and wait until the broadcast becomes ready. This may take up to 90 seconds or so

Step 4. Copy broadcast info

Once the broadcast becomes available, you will see a screen similar to this.

Copy the Broadcast URL first

Step 5. Set stream info

Open a free broadcasting software called OBS. You can download it from this site if you do not have it installed on your device

https://projectobs.com/en/download/ 

Go to Preference (Settings) >Stream

Select custom as your service

Paste the broadcast URL from FL-UX into Server 

Paste the stream key from FL-UX to Stream Key

Click ok to finish

Step 6. Connect your camera

Connect your camera to your laptop using an HDMI or a USB cable depending on the camera that you have

Click on “+” under the sources section and select Video Capture Device

Step 7. Setup your new source

Name your video capture device and select the device source. 

You will see your camera from the drop-down menu next to Device

Set the Preset dimension depending on your camera resolution. We recommend using a 1920×1080 preset

Step 8. Start streaming

Click on start streaming under the controls section

Step 9. Check live stream on FL-UX

Login to your FL-UX account using any device.

Confirm that your FL-UX account is receiving the live stream. You will see the text “LIVE” on the top right corner of the match in green if done correctly

Step 10. End broadcast

Once the match is finished, please remember to END BROADCAST

If you do not end broadcast, it will continue to use your video upload time

Live Analysis Methods

Use live video to analyze

When you enter the live stream on FL-UX, you will see a screen similar to this.

You can clip, sketch, and tag as you would normally do with a recorded video.

We recommend using this method for an analyst who could not travel to the field and is working remotely

Use real-time tagging analyze

Instead of analyzing using a live feed, you can use the real-time tagging board.

Click on the tag buttons on the screen as you watch the game with your own eye. FL-UX will automatically sync your tags with the live video feed.

Switch live analysis mode

To switch between live video view and real-time tagging view, click on either the camera icon or the tag icon near the top left of the screen

Instant replay

To view the scenes you’ve created during the game, switch over to the live video view and simply click on the scene from the left side.

To exit the replay, click on “<” at the right end of the blue video control bar

Live Stream with Smartphones

Step 1. Create a match / practice

Click on the “+” button and create a match or a practice

Step 2. Click on broadcast

Click on “…” of the match or practice you’ve just created and select broadcast

Step 3. Prepare broadcast

Click on ok until the broadcast becomes ready. This may take up to 90 seconds or so

You can set the image quality and whether to save the video to the device

Step 4. Start camera

Once the broadcast is ready, click on start camera. This will turn on your camera and rotate the screen automatically.

Tap on the red circle to start the stream

Step 5. End broadcast

Once the your match is over, click on the red square to stop the stream.

Second Broadcast Angle

Step 1. Add 2nd broadcast angle

From a second device, login to your FL-UX account and click on “…” that’s going live

Then enter broadcast and click on create a new angle and prepare broadcast

Step 2. Prepare the 2nd angle

Name the second broadcast angle and wait until the broadcast is ready. This may take around 90 seconds

Once ready, click on Start Camera to turn the second angle on.

All angles will be automatically synced in FL-UX.

Switch angle

You can switch between angles by using the camera icon that’s located on the right side of the screen

Sync Real-Time Tags with Recorded Video

Step 1. Create a match / practice

Click on the “+” button and create a match or a practice

Step 2. Click on real-time tagging

Click on “…” of the match or practice you’ve just created and select real-time tagging

Step 3. Tag in real time

While watching the game, tag the match using event tags you’ve created and team and formation you’ve set for the match or practice

TIP: Use the start of 1st half tag

We recommend using the start 1st half tag when the match kick-off

This creates a reference point that makes it easy for you to sync the recorded game and the real-time tags

Step 4. Upload video

Click on “…” of the match or practice you’ve just created and select upload video

Step 5. Sync video and tag

Select the video file from your device to upload

Click on show all tags and select a tag to use as the syncing point. We recommend the start of 1st half tag

Play the video in the preview to match to find the moment the tag was made

Click on Synchronize to sync the video and tags

Adjust Real-Time Tag

Step 1. Adjust all real-time tags

Once the video is uploaded and processed, you can adjust the real-time tag if needed

Click on “…” near the bottom right and click on adjust all real-time tags

Step 2. Adjust by seconds

Play the scene until it is adjusted. We recommend using the frame-by-frame control for more precise adjustment

When finished, click on the button at the bottom right corner

This shifts all tags by the adjusted amount