In this article, we'll explore the difference between the two view modes the Veo Cam can record in and how they can help you analyze your team's performance.
The Veo Cam can record in two modes: broadcast and tactical view.
The default setting for the Veo Cam is broadcast view, but it also has a tactical view that can provide a different perspective on the game.
What is the difference?
Both Broadcast view and Tactical view follow the ball, meaning that they will automatically track the ball's movements during a game.
- Broadcast view: this view zooms in and out based on what's happening on the field. This mode is similar to what you might see on television, where the camera operator will zoom in on specific players or areas of the field to give viewers a better view of the action.
- Tactical view: this view follows the ball without zooming in or out. This means that you'll get a wider view of the field, allowing you to see the positions of all the players and how they're moving in relation to the ball. This mode is ideal for coaches and players who want to analyze team tactics and identify areas for improvement.
Take a look at this video to see the difference between the two recording modes:
Note that you can't change the recording mode on your end. If you want to change the mode that your Veo Cam records, contact us and we will change it for you.
Keep in mind that broadcast view and tactical view are the ways the Veo Cam can record, not to be confused with follow-cam view or interactive player view (follow-cam view and interactive player view are the views in which you can watch your recordings once they are uploaded and processed in the Veo platform)
To learn more about the views in the Veo Editor, visit this article: Follow-cam view and Interactive player view in Veo Editor