What's NewWork on iPad and also on iPhone (Universal app)
App DescriptionThe best tool available to explain or analyze sports video recordings.
LessonPad is an application for analyzing sports, and other activities, videos.
(Like other expensive and exclusive software) It's an easy and simple way to analyze videos of your forms and training sessions.
You can easily use it after recording or pick up your video stored in iPad.
Easy Instruction video : http://NewtonJapan.com/LessonPad
# LessonPad works on iOS 5.0 or later.
# LessonPad runs on iPad2 or later, iPhone4 or later.
You can choose video from camera roll or from video app.
Recording feature also available. You can record videos and use them instantly.
There's useful Grids on a recoding screen to measure camera angle.
■Compare two videos
You can choose two videos to compare with.
- Two players movement.
- Today's video and yesterday's.
Compare them side-by-side position or Layered view.
Playback them together in slow motion, then you must find some good technics behind them.
Video can be played in slow motion.
Using thumb-track bar, you can change playback speed precisely, and play slow forward and slow backward as you like.
The markings can be drawn on the screen while the video plays in slow motion, or while playing step by step. This option can be used to easily point out ideal forms or movement. You can draw straight lines using two fingers in order to find out the axis of your body movement.
Any video can be divided into thumbnails. You can choose one of them to jump to that point of the video.
A choice of seven different line colors at the bottom of the screen. Eraser also available.
3 line thicknesses are available to choose from. Just touch current pen to change thickness.
All marks can be erased by tapping on the trash can icon.
■Screen snap shot
After marking the video, a still picture can be taken of the final result.
The marked-up picture can be saved as new item in camera roll on iPad. You can send it by email.
To take marked-up picture, press home button and power button at the same time (iPad's original function).
The iPad originally has functionality to output its display to TV screen (iPad2 or later).
So you can share your drawing with your team or friend using huge screen while meetings.
You need a cable to connect your iPad to a TV or a Projector.
May 02, 2013 Price Decrease: $16.99 -> $13.99
April 22, 2013 Price Decrease: $16.99 -> $13.99
April 12, 2013 Price Decrease: $16.99 -> $13.99
March 16, 2012 Initial Release