3. Different Kinds of Tags

Modified on Wed, 24 Apr 2024 at 07:02 PM

Depending on when the tag that has been placed and the type of the tag being used, you can see the different kind of tag options below:


 

1. The tag is done while the shotclock is running

The tag is directly associated with the corresponding game phase in the game breakdown screen.

 


2. The tag is done while the shotclock is not running

When you create a tag while the shotclock is not running, it is linked to an artificial game phase on the game breakdown screen. You can also set an early or late tag parameter when you create your tags in the tagging grid. Here is what they each do:

a.) Late Tag (Left)

A late tag is useful when you've tagged something after the action of interest has taken place, for example for a foul. The late tag will by default associate 30 seconds of video before the tag and 5 seconds after it.


b.) Early Tag (Right)

An early tag is useful when you've tagged something before the action of interest has actually taken place, like a play being called. The early tag will automatically associate it with 5 seconds of video before the action (your tag) and 30 seconds after it. 

N.B. If you find you'd like to change the duration of the tag, go to the 'settings' tab and go onto the "No running shotclock tags" section. 

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