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What computer program do you use to draw lines on a video of your swing (Mac)?

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Thread Starter 

I recorded my swing and am making some changes and was wondering what program you use to put a line on your swing and still move the video.

 

Thanks Jake

post #2 of 16

Analyzr

 

http://analyzrgolf.com/

 

Simple to use and does everything you need. The non-pro version doesn't have any bells and whistles but it gives you all the tools you need to learn whats going on in your swing.

 

Edit* you'll be able to draw lines, circles, measure angles, frame by frame, side by side comparisons..etc...

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Originally Posted by Jakester23 View Post

I recorded my swing and am making some changes and was wondering what program you use to put a line on your swing and still move the video.

 

Thanks Jake

 

Since you're on a Mac, I hear this one is pretty great: http://analyzrgolf.com/f1_cool.gif

post #4 of 16

You won't be disappointed with analyzr.

post #5 of 16
Thread Starter 
Erik I was hoping you'd tear apart my swing
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Erik I was hoping you'd tear apart my swing

Have you checked out evolvr yet?  That is what I have been doing for lessons.  You will get videos sent back to you with all those little lines drawn all over it! a3_biggrin.gif  Fun stuff, and it is only $40 a month or so.  If you want to draw the lines yourself that is fun, and you could still do that, it is just better to have an expert pro who knows where to draw them.

 

http://evolvr.thegolfevolution.com/

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Thread Starter 
I would love to but its kinda out of my budget this month. got married in October and my wifes in school. I got home late night and tried standing with more knee bend and closer to the ball and it seemed to let me turn through much easier. I'm going to the range tomorrow probably ill throw up another video once I get comfortable in the new position.
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I would love to but its kinda out of my budget this month. got married in October and my wifes in school. I got home late night and tried standing with more knee bend and closer to the ball and it seemed to let me turn through much easier. I'm going to the range tomorrow probably ill throw up another video once I get comfortable in the new position.

Ah ok, well if you can do it one day it is pretty great, and a lot less than regular lessons.  Congrats by the way as well.  Keep checking out those threads in the meantime.  

post #9 of 16
V1 and Coach's Eye on my phone. Can transfer video easily using drop box
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Analyzr

 

http://analyzrgolf.com/

 

Simple to use and does everything you need. The non-pro version doesn't have any bells and whistles but it gives you all the tools you need to learn whats going on in your swing.

 

Edit* you'll be able to draw lines, circles, measure angles, frame by frame, side by side comparisons..etc...

 

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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Since you're on a Mac, I hear this one is pretty great: http://analyzrgolf.com/f1_cool.gif

 

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Originally Posted by sk golf View Post

You won't be disappointed with analyzr.

 

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Originally Posted by cipher View Post

 

Have you checked out evolvr yet?  That is what I have been doing for lessons.  You will get videos sent back to you with all those little lines drawn all over it! a3_biggrin.gif  Fun stuff, and it is only $40 a month or so.  If you want to draw the lines yourself that is fun, and you could still do that, it is just better to have an expert pro who knows where to draw them.

 

http://evolvr.thegolfevolution.com/

Umm. what he ... and he ... and he ... and he said.  If you're getting lessons from the guys at Evolvr, then that's what they use.  (Pretty sure the program was written by some computer dork who also knows a teeny little bit about golf b2_tongue.gif)

 

And there is a student version that you can buy for yourself for $50 or something like that.  I find it useful because after receiving a lesson, rather than going out, trying it once, and sending in another video to let them see if I'm doing it right (when, more than likely I'm not yet) I can check a few of those things by myself.

post #11 of 16

On Windows platform I use MotionView.  It's a little pricey but very feature rich.

post #12 of 16

I have V1 and CSwing.   I like CSwing better.

post #13 of 16

Last year when working on improving my swing, I would just play video, pause video at key points in backswing and downswing, and then take screen shots.   Then I'd paste screenshots into MS Paint where I can draw my lines and analyze.  To take it even further, you can create a sequence of several consecutive pics in swing with the same line drawn in each, then paste the consecutive string of pics into MS Word to review.   Yeah, it takes more time and not as nice as software that does it all for you, but it's free.  

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I have leadbetter and v1 home. But I use a program called kinovea now which is free and doesn't to need to put my pc I to basic video mode to run like the others.

Its not golf specific but it does all that the other two do.

Though i'd get analyzr if i had a mac or if it was available on windows or linux.
post #15 of 16

Powerchalk is a good one. Not sure if it cost money or not.

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I have leadbetter and v1 home. But I use a program called kinovea now which is free and doesn't to need to put my pc I to basic video mode to run like the others.

Its not golf specific but it does all that the other two do.

Though i'd get analyzr if i had a mac or if it was available on windows or linux.

+1 for Kinovea. Free and has quite a bit of stuff.

 

IIRC it only works on PC and it is nowhere near as simple and efficient to use as Analyzr but if you don't have a Mac I'd recommend Kinovea.

 

Free is a pretty attractive price point!

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