january, 2021

10jan(jan 10)8:00 am17(jan 17)5:00 pmVeo Camera Tour - Sugar Land TexasHosted by EasySoccerVideo.com

Event Details

Our 2021 Veo camera tour started off in Sugar Land, Texas. Check out these goals, nice finish with a bicycle kick on the corner! The first view of each goal is the follow mode that shows more of the field and then we zoom in using the directed highlight. Since it was shot at night the footage was a little grainier than normal but you can still see the finish.

This was actually a return trip to Sugar Land for our Veo camera. They shot some games with our camera back in 2020 and it worked well enough they invited our “robot cameraman” back for a return visit. If you’d like our Veo camera to come to your town you can book a stop on the tour.


Veo Camera Video Download

This week’s feature is the “download all” that was recently added.  Before this feature we had to jump through hoops to download all the highlight clips. No joke, we had a file called “How to Download Highlights” with all the steps required that involved some techie tools to pull down all the highlights.

When you’re viewing a game look to the right of the Highlight button. If you click the three dot menu there’s a dropdown that used to just filter the clips based on tags. Now Veo has added a “Download All” option as well. This puts all the soccer highlights in a zip file and downloads them to your computer or device.  The download can take a while based on how many highlights you created but once it’s done you’ll have all the videos in one place.

Soccer Highlight Clips

We’re glad that Veo finally added the ability to download all the clips that you create for a game at once. This can save you a lot of time working with player highlights. Putting together soccer highlight videos is faster now, especially when you’re working across multiple games in a tournament.

I like that the download doesn’t include the auto generated Half Start & End clips. When you’re watching a game those are useful for jumping to certain points in the play, however, I don’t usually use them for video highlights so it saves time and clutter that they’re excluded.

The way the soccer clips are named is helpful when you’re organizing them to making highlight videos in an editor. They’re ordered from beginning to end of the game with a counter in the front of the name (to keep them in order), then followed by the time in the name, and lastly by the tag assigned to the highlight. You can see an example of a download zip file here.


Check out more stops on the Veo Camera Tour.


10 (Sunday) 8:00 am - 17 (Sunday) 5:00 pm


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