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Hmgraphite1

Hall of Fame
For sure, and I have done that with all kinds of players. Much of it isn't shot in high frame rates so the slomo is a bit jerky, but decent for review and finding tips for technique.
I looked at it on computer and does drop in like delpo.
Downloaded premier elements trial and edited a match. I was able to get rid of dead time, and select sections for slo mo, and create an mp4 in about 6 min from the 20 min file. Didn't really see any menus for the cool stuff your doing. Do you have the freeware version of your software or the better one? Thx
 

ChaelAZ

Legend
I looked at it on computer and does drop in like delpo.
Downloaded premier elements trial and edited a match. I was able to get rid of dead time, and select sections for slo mo, and create an mp4 in about 6 min from the 20 min file. Didn't really see any menus for the cool stuff your doing. Do you have the freeware version of your software or the better one? Thx

I edit for a living so I have all the pro tools to use, but mainly for the overlay and such. I do a TON of stuff on my iPhone in iMovie which is free. And don't forget you can go frame by frame on YouTube using the , and . keys.
 

Hmgraphite1

Hall of Fame
I edit for a living so I have all the pro tools to use, but mainly for the overlay and such. I do a TON of stuff on my iPhone in iMovie which is free. And don't forget you can go frame by frame on YouTube using the , and . keys.
Finally used , and . And the mouse, with the computer, worked great. tablets are kind of a pain couldn't work it before. Guess i'll check on some of the other tools for windows to see if there's more features, premier pro isn't worth the monthly cost for me. I have an android 8.1 phone but I don't think I want to edit there.
So sony Vegas pro sale $299
Pinacle ultimate $99
Filmora pro lifetime sale $149
Other, can't remember which one you use, any recommendations?pros/cons
 

ChaelAZ

Legend
Finally used , and . And the mouse, with the computer, worked great. tablets are kind of a pain couldn't work it before. Guess i'll check on some of the other tools for windows to see if there's more features, premier pro isn't worth the monthly cost for me. I have an android 8.1 phone but I don't think I want to edit there.
So sony Vegas pro sale $299
Pinacle ultimate $99
Filmora pro lifetime sale $149
Other, can't remember which one you use, any recommendations?pros/cons

Premiere Elements is only $70 and has many of the best features you want, but Vegas and Pinnacle are good.
https://www.adobe.com/products/premiere-elements.html

I keep telling people about Davinci Resolve, which has a free version that is true pro editing, but takes a bit more to learn because of the feature set.
https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/
 

Hmgraphite1

Hall of Fame

ByeByePoly

G.O.A.T.
So this starting at 6.55'ish...Murray drop shots Stan a few times and Stan gets a bit ticked...then they both start CRUSHING forehands. Amazing to see.

LOL ... good stuff. Would not have guessed Murray could hit that big a FH. Good lesson in there for rec players ... they have those FHs but when did you ever see them hit them in a real match.
 

FiReFTW

Legend
lol @ByeByePoly @Curious

Are you guys serious, this level of play doesn't look impressive at all.
Look at the serve pace and stroke quality and pace and spin.. its nothing special, and too many errors and slow net reactions.

4.0 at best if im optimistic, overall very poor level for ttw standards, not impressed at all.

Would beat me 6:0 6:0.
 

FiReFTW

Legend
Absolutely amazing angle, this angle is perfect to see the speed of the ball.

Just sucks that the quality is so bad, any more vids like this?

The speed of the ball is incredible and its not even hitting out like crazy, its consistent, they can consistently get these shots in and place them.

I do wonder what TTW standards would put these players at, could they beat your average TTW 3.5 NTRP player? I wonder :laughing::laughing::laughing:
 

ChaelAZ

Legend
Absolutely amazing angle, this angle is perfect to see the speed of the ball.

Just sucks that the quality is so bad, any more vids like this?

The speed of the ball is incredible and its not even hitting out like crazy, its consistent, they can consistently get these shots in and place them.

I do wonder what TTW standards would put these players at, could they beat your average TTW 3.5 NTRP player? I wonder :laughing::laughing::laughing:
I find the issue is rec players watch and they can hit shots like this sometimes, so they automatically assume they are on par or the players are at a rec level. What they fail to recognized is the quality and consistency of the shots, how much fitness and foot work is involved in points, and how far off this play and pace they are overall.




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FiReFTW

Legend
I find the issue is rec players watch and they can hit shots like this sometimes, so they automatically assume they are on par or the players are at a rec level. What they fail to recognized is the quality and consistency of the shots, how much fitness and foot work is involved in points, and how far off this play and pace they are overall.




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I think its even a bit more than that, most people assume they hit like THAT and move like THAT, because they never saw themselves on video, then when they see they are absolutely shocked how much more horrible they look and hit.

I know ive hit much less speed on my serve than I do now when I started playing tennis after like 6 or 8 months, but to me in 1st person it actually seemed like a bullet fast almost ATP level just that I can't hit it consistently and place it well ( I was quite blinded then still and ignorant like any other beginner ).
But seeing it on video it looked 3 times slower than it appeared for me in 1st person, I was very shocked.
 

ChaelAZ

Legend
I think its even a bit more than that, most people assume they hit like THAT and move like THAT, because they never saw themselves on video, then when they see they are absolutely shocked how much more horrible they look and hit.

I know ive hit much less speed on my serve than I do now when I started playing tennis after like 6 or 8 months, but to me in 1st person it actually seemed like a bullet fast almost ATP level just that I can't hit it consistently and place it well ( I was quite blinded then still and ignorant like any other beginner ).
But seeing it on video it looked 3 times slower than it appeared for me in 1st person, I was very shocked.
I am slow and appear even slower on video. I’m screwed.


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mcs1970

Hall of Fame
Not sure if posted before. I like the S&V guy. Though he looks a bit out of shape, the commitment to S&V was impressive, as was his touch around the net. Saw the first game and thought he was a low level player. Total egg on my face once he started to S&V.

 

Curious

Legend
But why does he hit every volley back to the opponent’s strike zone?! I find myself doing the same thing many times. As if my balls are drawn towards my opponent like a magnet.:oops:
 

FiReFTW

Legend
But why does he hit every volley back to the opponent’s strike zone?! I find myself doing the same thing many times. As if my balls are drawn towards my opponent like a magnet.:oops:
Because he doesnt have good volleys and consistently aim away and make it.
 

mcs1970

Hall of Fame
Because he doesnt have good volleys and consistently aim away and make it.
Looked more like he was blocking hard shots with pretty good reflexes. When he had time he was putting the volleys away. It is easy to critique when watching and not playing.
 

Keendog

Semi-Pro
I think its even a bit more than that, most people assume they hit like THAT and move like THAT, because they never saw themselves on video, then when they see they are absolutely shocked how much more horrible they look and hit.

I know ive hit much less speed on my serve than I do now when I started playing tennis after like 6 or 8 months, but to me in 1st person it actually seemed like a bullet fast almost ATP level just that I can't hit it consistently and place it well ( I was quite blinded then still and ignorant like any other beginner ).
But seeing it on video it looked 3 times slower than it appeared for me in 1st person, I was very shocked.
Quit bragging. Video or it didn't happen!
 

FiReFTW

Legend
Looked more like he was blocking hard shots with pretty good reflexes. When he had time he was putting the volleys away. It is easy to critique when watching and not playing.
Didn't even watch the video, just read that Curious said he kept hitting volleys right into the opponent and not away from him, usually its when your volleys are not good enough.
 

FiReFTW

Legend
Haha cheeky. Yes I believe you had a slow serve once, but all you've been sayin lately is how much you've improved but you won't show us!
But I don't have any new footage of good serves, all I have is 3 practice serves few months ago, and my serve is constantly evolving.
Also I was warming up still where I didn't have good feel yet (just wanted too see my form and technique) so 2 of them were hit too deep, not very good footage to really see, but I guess I can post, I was never afraid to post my videos on this forum unlike some so its interesting how im getting called out for something like that now.

 
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