From the iOS application:

Import your game film to your iPhone or iPad. When you have your film on your device:

  • Tap the bottom right Film Management  icon
  • Select + New Camera Angle  button
  • Select the camera you used to record your game or practice
  • Select + Add Film Files  to select the videos from your iPad or iPhone to upload

After adding your film files to the iOS application, you can select the Upload button(s) to begin uploading your film file(s).
You can continue to use your iPad as normal during film upload. This includes leaving the application, or continuing to use ScoreBreak. You will not want to force-quit ScoreBreak or power off your application during film upload. 

From the Mac application:

Import your game film or insert your SD card (or other removable storage medium) into to your Mac. When you have your film accessible via your computer:

  • Either open your empty game, or 
  • Select the bottom right Film Management icon
  • Either add a camera angle, then drag and drop your film files, or 
  • Select the + button in the film files table (right hand side), which will prompt you to select the camera you used to record the game, then select the files

After you have imported your film files into the Mac app, select the camera angle from the Camera Angle List (left hand side), then select the Upload Film Files button in the bottom right corner.

From the Web application:

Import your game film to your personal computer (Windows, Macintosh, or other operating system). When you have your film on your computer:

  • Select the rectangle below your game thumbnail to display the Game Options  popover
  • Select Game Admin from the popover
  • Select the Film  tab
  • Select the Add Camera Angle  button
  • Choose the camera you used to record your game or practice from the list
  • Select the Upload Film Files button, or drag and drop your film files to this area to start upload
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