Analyzing and Sharing Videos

When you ChalkTalk (analyze) motions or plays, you’re not limited to your own videos. That’s why it’s best to have all of your fellow coaches and players use FREE SIGN UP and get their own PowerChalk lockers.  They’ll have their own video cloud storage but you can still collaborate with each other’s videos.  Here are some tips. To […]

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Fair Use

When grabbing video in a public setting (your child’s baseball game), downloading YouTube video or filming the game of the week off of your big screen TV with your smartphone, you must respect copyright law. Still, even copyrighted material is subject to fair use. Interpretation can be complicated. As the US Copyright Office states themselves: […]

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Multiple Flash Plugins (Chrome)

The Chrome browser manages an instance of the Adobe Flash player as an integrated plugin. In some instances, this conflicts with the Flash player that is installed outside of the browser. To disable one of the Flash players, go to the URL chrome://plugins and toggle the Enable/Disable setting for one of the instances. If you […]

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Flash Hardware Acceleration

If you have having issues with the Flash player (such as audio but no video), your may have hardware acceleration turned on but have incompatible graphics or display drivers. To turn hardware acceleration off and test the system. Open the ChalkTalk Telestrator and right mouse anywhere on the application. Choose “Settings…” to access the Flash […]

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ChalkTalk Recording Level

To change the voice recording level for your ChalkTalk analysis sessions, right mouse the ChalkTalk Telestrator screen and choose “Settings…”. This will bring up the Flash control panel. Choose the microphone icon along the bottom tabs of the panel. Use the Microphone pull down menu to pick the right microphone (if you have more than […]

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Flash Microphone Configuration

If your microphone is not recognized by the ChalkTalk Telestrator or you have not authorized Flash to use it in your browser (browsers differ in how they prompt), try the steps below. If you point Flash the right mic and authorize the browser to allow the use of it, you should see a green bar […]

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