In this article, you can learn about the different views (follow-cam, interactive and panoramic) and other capabilities of the Veo video player.


To watch and interact with your recordings, go to the Veo platform and log in to your account.

Once you have chosen a recording, you can watch it in 3 different views: broadcast, panoramic and interactive view.

When accessing a recording, the first view you will see is the follow-cam mode:

Follow-cam / Broadcast view

The follow-cam view is the processed recording, following the ball and action on the pitch – this is the view you know from watching sports on TV.

The follow-cam view will become available up to 8 hours after completed upload of football and 24 hours for other sports. This is the default mode when you open any recording.

When you're in broadcast view, you can navigate back and forth between the previous and next highlight:

To switch from broadcast to panoramic- and interactive view, click on the icon in the bottom right corner of the video player:


Panoramic view

Panoramic view allows you to see the entire pitch in one shot. This view is great for achieving the complete overview of your players and their positioning. You can access it by clicking on the first icon in the top left corner:



Interactive view

In interactive view, you can control the camera to watch your match from any angle. Use the mouse to change the angle or zoom in to see a specific play in detail. Click on the second icon to access the interactive view:

🤚đŸģ Please note that it is not possible to enter Panoramic- or Interactive View when watching your recording in the Safari browser – we are currently optimizing the view for this browser and have temporarily disabled the feature here. We recommend using Chrome for the optimal experience.

Enjoy!


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