Dartfish 10 release notes
Dartfish 10 release 5 - 16.07.2018
The new 3D analysis feature is available! Enrich your game and practice footages with real drawings and precise measurements. Draw animated shapes and arrows, track trajectories, calculate player speed and distance and much more with the Dartfish 3D analysis .
Discover the improved and enhanced 2D drawings. More drawing tools and features combined with up to 6 customizable presets will allow you to be more efficient in your analysis while increasing your options.
- Crash when editing tagging panel
- Various improvements to reliability
Dartfish 10 release 4 - 07.05.2018
Multi-value Keyword Categories
Hold down the CTRL key while tagging or cataloging files in the library to add several keywords to the same category . This will make it possible, for example, to add all the players featured in an event or clip to a single keyword category.
Background clip creation
You can now carry on working as events are rendered as new video clips. As this feature is available to both the Live and Replay workspaces, clips can now be produced even as you continue live tagging.
Export and import of tagging panels
Although it has always been easy to distribute tagging panels, simply by sharing the file. The software now catches up with the Dartfish Note app by enabling access to panels from dartfish.tv. Now you can be sure that your team always have access to the latest version of your tagging panel and you can back up your own panels on your myDartfish Smart Cloud.
Dartfish 10 is now compatible with the IP cameras from PTZ Optics. A list of the models tested and supported by Dartfish can be found in the support document IP cameras and Dartfish
AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable 2 Plus
TheV10 is now compatible withthe latest device of AVerMedia.
Panels can be collapsed and expanded without having to first unlock the workspace and autohide them. We think you'll like the more dynamic ways of making best use of your screen space. There is also a new dark theme that can be selected in the Options.$
Dartfish 10 release 3 - 28.02.2018
Side by side comparison is back and better than before: Support for 4K videos and enhanced with new features which make it easier and quicker to match up the moments you want to compare.
Dual jog-wheel synchronisation
Dartfish software has always had the most efficient method of matching the relevant moments in each comparison video but we know that not everyone intuitively grasped the concept of offsetting timelines against each other. That has changed. We’ve borrowed the dual jog wheel interface from Dartfish Express but kept the possibility of scrubbing quickly though longer videos. With the best of both you’ll find the right moment quickly and precisely.
When the exact frame is important or subtle adjustments are required; for example when the pro tennis player moves that bit faster than the guy you are coaching, there are some new ways to nudge the synchronisation frame-by-frame. Try these shortcuts:
- Ctrl + Left/Right to move both videos frame by frame
- Ctrl + Shift + Left/Right to move both videos in jumps (number of frames defined in Options)
- Shift + Left/Right to move the selected video frame by frame (fine tune synchronisation)
- Shift + Mouse Scroll to move the video the mouse is pointing at frame by frame
Graduated time scale
With the above in mind, the time scale now gives more information about position in the video.
Comparison-specific tool bar
When you have a comparison, the new toolbar lets you choose whether it is one video or both that you see. Plus, how they are arranged, zoomed and aligned.
Comparison-specific still shots
When a still shot is added to a comparison it is now saved with the montage and no longer added to the individual videos. In earlier versions, this could result in redundant still shots (key positions) with no relevance outside of the comparison. Comparison-specific still shots also make it possible to compare the same videos at a different synchronization point and insert new still shots specific to this comparison.
Dartfish 10 release 2 – 06.02.2018
Live edits to event timings
Time Shifted Recording lets you watch tagged events, even while recording continues. You can make performance improvement decisions based on this, or make adjustments to events. The new feature extends this to manipulating the start and finish of the event by setting a new in point and out point on the timeline. This is perhaps the most efficient, and certainly the most precise way of getting the event to include exactly the video you need.
Video clip names
When you need events to be turned into video clips, you can simply share them to your computer. The ‘Name’ property shown in the events list provides a default name but a new feature over-rides this with a potentially more descriptive name based on event keywords and data. A name like ‘Goal – Pele – 50:03’ becomes possible.
The dartfish.tv sharing process now includes optional inclusion of keywords from your library, making your software the first step in ensuring that content is well organised online. Dartfish.tv channel admins too can specify keywords which they want included during uploads.
Installing Dartfish from the Windows command prompt makes it quicker to distribute around large organisations with multiple users. Silent installation is suitable for both perpetual and myDartfish installations. See the support FAQ for perpetual licence holders or myDartfish licence holders.
Dartfish 10 release 1 – 19.12.2017
Records live stream from the Blackmagic Pro Recorder and AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable
Dahua IP cameras now supported
Pause at Still Shot working correctly
Pause at Still Shot and Auto Play Events settings no longer reset to defaults when leaving Edit workspace.
Other bug fixes and performance improvements