Drawing On Screen
While analyzing video, the app allows you to draw directly onto the video with your fingers. A single finger is used to draw freehand, like using a pencil. If you draw an approximate line or circle with one finger, your drawing will be converted into a perfect shape.
You can also use two-fingers to draw perfect lines, circles and squares. Simply select the shape from the menu above and use two fingers to create the shape selected and move it around the screen to where you want it.
Drawing Lines, Circles and Boxes
You may use a two-finger touch to draw a line, circle or box.
There are several ways to draw angles on screen. Use a two-finger tap twice with your thumb at the vertex and your forefinger at each endpoint. Or, keep your thumb at the vertex and use the forefinger on your other hand to tap the two endpoint.
If you draw an angle by drawing two separate lines, those lines will be combined into an angle shape with a degree measurement. With a little practice angles are easy and very helpful!
When Pan/Zoom is selected, you may use one or two fingers to move the image and to zoom-in on a particular region of the video.
Erase and Undo
To undo your most recent drawing, double-tap the image. To erase all drawing from the screen, hit the eraser icon in the drawing tools section at the top.
To move existing objects, touch the Draw icon and then select the Arrow tool. Orange handles will appear at locations which may be touched and moved.
NOTE: Saving Drawings
Drawings on screen at the time you close the video analysis will be saved and automatically restored when you next analyze the video.