Step 1: Open the V1 Baseball app
If you haven’t already, download the free V1 Baseball app from the App Store.
Step 2: Log In
If you already have a V1 Baseball Account, log in.
If not, select Sign Up on the login screen to create a new account. Once your account has been created, log in with your new credentials.
Step 3: Connect to the Your Academy
Select Coaches on the bottom main menu. Then search for and select your academy (this will be your home club), then select your baseball professional..
Step 4: Capturing or Importing a Video
- Capture a New Video - Select the Camera icon on the bottom menu. To start the recording, tap the red icon at the bottom center of the screen. Press the red icon again to end capture. The video will be added to your Videos tab.
- Import an Existing Video - To import an existing video from your Photo Library, tap the import (down arrow) icon in the lower left corner of the video capture screen. This will open the Photos app and allow you to select a video to import.
*Feel free to submit multiple videos.
Step 5: Submit a Video
Select Videos on the bottom main menu. Then select the three dot menu to the right of the video that you’d like to submit.
Then select Send Video to my Coach. Select Send Video to my Coach again on the confirmation page.
Once you've submitted your videos you can see the status of the lesson and view your completed lesson in the Lessons tab.
Pro Tip #1: The stopwatch in the top right corner of the video capture screen can be used to delay the start of capture if you are alone.
Pro Tip #2: Swipe left or right on the video capture screen to activate the guide marker. The current mode is shown above the record button. This will add an alignment overlay to the viewfinder to help you determine the proper distance between subject and camera. Move closer or further away, until the subject fits approximately inside of the overlay area. This tool is only intended for camera alignment and will not appear in your recorded videos.
Pro Tip #3: Videos should be taken at waist level either face-on (directly in front of the player) or down-the-line (facing the target with the player directly in-between).