When people first hear about our product, the Gamebreak Scan, they tend to assume that it's a product that would be in competition with companies such as Hudl, Krossover, Vidswap and other sports video analysis packages. While they all share the common goal of providing coaches with tools to help them better prepare their teams for game day, the Gamebreak Scan actually works together with video analysis tool companies to benefit coaches even more. In this article we'll discuss the differences between the Gamebreak Scan and Hudl, and how the two can work together to give coaches the ultimate video analysis breakdown. Click here for a free Gambreak Scan trial!
"Your program was amazing to work with throughout the year. The statistical data that we were able to glean from your software allowed both Adam and I to develop efficient game plans and practice plans. The user interface was easy to use and the color coordination was visually appealing."
- John Konecki, Crete-Monee High School
2015 6A State Runner Up
How does Hudl work?
How is the Gamebreak Scan any different?
In order to use the Gamebreak Scan, you'll need to export your previous game film breakdown data into an Excel compatible file from a company such as Hudl, Krossover or Vidswap place it in our Gamebreak Scan Template file and then send it to email@example.com. Within 15 minutes you'll have a full report back from RII Sports. The report will provide you with two different types of scans: a "Situational Scan" that shows high probability tendencies and an "Outcome Scan" that shows high probability indicators for specific outcomes. These scans will provide you with high probability tendencies that will help you know exactly what an opponent is going to do with 70, 80, 90 or even 100% accuracy. These videos should help you understand how to export your film data to Excel and how to place that data into a template: