This is the first step of creating your custom drill or play. This tutorial explains how to create, position and edit the different objects like players, pucks, cones etc. on to the playing surface, so you can start to create your animation.
The next step is to animate the objects you have set in the first step. This tutorial describes the basics of how to create and watch a simple animated action. The explanation of how to create more complicated plays will come in later tutorials.
In this video you will see the visual possibilities that you have when playing an animation. New options, like camera perspectives, visual hints and details are constantly being added with new app updates.
Here you can learn the basics of how to use the timing line. Each player has its own timing line that can be adjusted to manipulate the player’s actions on the ice. Timings define when a player will be at what position on the ice and when he'll do the created action.
This video shows you how to prevent offsides and the basics of how to use the “Timing” key. Just remember that while skating, you have to know where to set the timing points so you can adjust the players speed and positioning. With the next update of the HCV Drill Creator you will be able to set timing points even after skating the routes. So stay tuned for that!
When you create a drill, you often have waiting players on the ice. For example, you may have players queueing in certain situations during an exercise where a player remains in a specific position for some time. This tutorial gives you instructions on how to approach such situations by setting multiple timings on the same position.
This tutorial provides you with the basic information on how you can display all your files. Note that on the top right, you have a question mark icon, that you can use to display all the possibilities you have on the present screen.
This video shows you how you can group together several files into a package. With this feature, you can plan which files you wish to select for a practice. You can also group together video or picture files within a package.
With the Picture and Video feature, you also have the option of storing your knowledge as a picture or a video file and have it always ready on your tablet computer wherever you go.
This tutorial shows you how to create an advanced drill. It shows several hints that will help you to master the timings so your drills look perfect.