Using the SkyEye Sports RUNWAY (Desktop Application) makes importing, uploading, editing, and highlight reel creation fast and easy! The RUNWAY can be downloaded from our site and as always is free for your use.
After downloading and installing the desktop application, when you open the program you will be asked to login as you would on the SkyEye website with the same login information you would normally use.
You will see this screen after logging in:
From here you can import your film, cut and edit your film, upload, and create highlights from your film.
To import your film either choose “Import DVD” or “Import File,” Clicking the DVD option will save and import film from a DVD that has been inserted into the drive. Clicking the File option opens up your file explorer so you can pick and choose which film you want to upload that has been saved on the computer itself.
After selecting your file(s) you have the option to trim each film down to save space and to make your film sessions more efficient. Simply click the Scissor” icon to the right of each clip to trim the film.
Once the film is how you want it, you click “Upload to Site” in the top right corner of the RUNWAY application.
You will then be asked to name the folder you want the film in, what the date is, what type of film it is, and the angle of the film.
Click “Upload” and you’re done!
An imported File or DVD can be cut automatically by our software, saving you time. After selecting the files for import, you will receive this message asking you if you want to trim and edit your film manually or let our system do it for you:
Cutting manually: To cut manually you simply click the “Scissor” icon that we talked about earlier (pictured above), and then you will be directed to the film cutting area. Once in the cutting area you can use the software tools provided to edit your film.
Simply click “IN” to start the film and “OUT” to stop it. Do this until all your film is trimmed the way you want it. Click “Add to List” at the bottom. Be sure to delete the original file out of the working area when all of your clips are completed.