Ball possession has as many supporters as opponents, but it is undeniable that measuring this parameter is a significant detail when it comes to sport analysis. We are not taking any part on this debate, but we do assume it is really important to calculate this, so we have created this blog to show you how to find out possession with Nacsport.
Although you would have probably heard of it, Coach Station is a program –released last July- to turn your current Nacsport licence into a temporary real-time data & video receiver. Really useful to receive live data during games. In this post, we explain you how to run Coach Station.
Last week, Sarah O’Donoghue –one of our users- dropped us a DM on our Twitter account asking us if there was any chance to make clips shorter or longer after having tagged them. We answered them how to do it and now we want to share this answer with you as well!
We are proud to be one of the most used video analysis software –if not the most- in the best football league in the world, kicking off this Friday. For many seasons, Nacsport has been providing performance analysis solutions to a great number of teams in the Spanish highest category and their Academies.
A couple of days ago, Nacsport user Krzystof Stasiak asked us via Facebook how he could register advanced information regarding the teams passing during a football match: from whom, to whom, from where, to where… We decided to release this blog to explain how to do this, and…. if he is asking, maybe others will want to know how to prepare your template to register this information too.
In this blog we have gathered all the questions we received these last two weeks about our latest release: Coach Station. We’ve tried to give you some answers here, so you can better understand how it works and how can it help you.
Nacsport’s update 3.6.0 is now available with 23 new features and 14 fixes. The two most interesting innovations within this update are: Coach Station –a new product in our suite- and the capability to import CSV files.