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  1. Here is the gear I use to GoPro all my hockey games. Hope this is helpful. If you have any questions let me know.
  2. Hi Goalies, This is GoPro video of my Friday Night Shinny from a couple weeks ago. First game back from being off for a month so I was a little rusty. But I have to say, two players on the opposite team scored some highlight reel goals on me that I have to respect.
  3. Hello Everyone, My name is Sam and over the last year I have been making and posting recaps of my men's league games and I am always looking for feedback on how to get better. My Youtube channel is called The Puck Stops Here and I would love to share my weekly videos with you guys if you would care to watch them and share your advice on how I can play better. Looking forward to hearing what you guys have to say.
  4. So I asked for a GoPro for Christmas. I finally got it up and running in February. Due to some computer issues, I only got to editing footage this week. This video is from the first outing. I should note that I tried to film a week prior to this, but I had a third party manufacturer's suction cup and it didn't hold at all, so that night I didn't film. For this video I used the jaws clamp made by GoPro. It's a good piece of hardware, however I look like a tiny human guarding a tiny goal with this set up. I got the GoPro suction cup shortly afterwards and the next videos will be from behind the goal. This skate is a regular group that plays Friday nights at a local outdoor rink. It's a mixed skill level group. I'm not sure if I'd put up the GoPro in my league games. I wouldn't want to jinx myself or draw extra attention to myself. I probably put too much in this video. It's kind of long at 14+ minutes. I'll have to make shorter clips to fuse together on the next video. Feel free to play this while you make dinner, or fold laundry, or take a dump. Idk, whatever you want to do. You can barely see me in the video anyway. For the record, there were three goals scored on me in this skate. I didn't face a lot of action and they missed the net a lot.
  5. I bought a GoPro clone, the ODRVM 7200 action cam & accessories for $125 on Amazon.ca a few weeks ago. Since then I've recorded a few games and have been editing them with iMovie on my iPad mini. iMovie is a snap to use and has all the features I need. But the process hasn't been entirely smooth, mostly owing to shortage of memory on my iPad and having to move things between my PC and Mac mini because of Apple's restricted environment. Anyway, the big advantage of the iPad is that I can edit anywhere, like in bed at 3am. I tried Filmora but it would cost $100 and tie me physically to the PC to edit. So without further ado, here is the link to my first video effort. It is the “overtime” portion of my Saturday night hockey group, the Afterburners. Most groups in town play last goal wins with everyone on the ice, no offsides. That's what you'll see here. Future videos will be of the regular game portion.
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