Baseball & softball skills recruiting video is part of our service. Each video we create is tailor-made for the position played by your athlete. Coaches want to see swing mechanics and field footwork in a controlled setting. Recruitlings uses multiple cameras simultaneously to film baseball & softball skills videos depending upon the field position.
As soon as we're done filming we get back to our workstation and begin capturing the footage and rough edit for the clip selection process. We utilize Google Forms for our clients to select the clips they want to use in their video. We encourage our clients to involve their coaches in this process. Times vary based on feedback but usually less than a week.
We absolutely can edit your footage. Send us a download link to full games, email game clips, or share on the cloud and we'll edit, assemble, and post to YouTube. We edit your footage with the same attention to detail that we edit our own.
Recruitlings films every kind of sports game that is played by your athlete. We film both indoor and outdoor sports for both high school and club teams year-round, both boys and girls teams. Just because you don't see it on our site doesn't mean we won't film it.
Do you want to sign a contract? We do have contractual agreements with some clients on a per-season basis. An Email agreement hiring us to film and/or edit is binding enough for us. Recruitlings will quote you a per-game price or a per-season price based on your needs and requirements. Please email or text us at 630-427-4684 for details.
The best time to make your first video is before ID camps or showcase events. Except for baseball and softball skills, someone should be filming your team sport for at least one full season to create an effective recruiting video.
Coaches may view dozens of videos a day, so we recommend keeping highlight videos under four minutes in duration. Certain sports, such as baseball and softball, can be longer depending on field position but catcher and pitcher videos are typically longer than most other field positions.
When we film your games, they are shared with you or your team as unlisted games unless you specify otherwise. If we film multiple games, the games are put in a playlist on YouTube so one link will give you access to all the games for that season.
Recruitlings owns the rights to the game videos that we film. We're paid to film and give your team access to game films. If your opponent wants access to our game videos, we're happy to offer the game video to both teams for a reduced price.
We're actively involved with corporate video communications and create marketing videos that are shared via social media. We've also filmed multiple school plays, school talent shows, high school marching band halftime shows at football games, and recently filmed and photographed a private graduation ceremony. We're also very well versed in Google My Business optimization for small business owners.
We do! We typically reserve this for baseball skills and softball skills for swing analysis but we can certainly film slow-motion video for any need. Some coaches appreciate a slow-motion swing, throw, or hit to analyze a player's mechanics so we bring a camera capable of filming at a higher frame rate.
Yes. Recruitlings is an FAA Part 107 licensed drone pilot, but we began flying drones recreationally prior to FAA rules that were implemented for flying drones commercially. We strictly adhere to FAA rules when flying and abide by their commercial pilot mantra, "In furtherance of a business." We've flown drones for over six years, mainly for construction but also for travel and architecture.
For games that aren't played in stadiums, Recruitlings owns a 15 foot HiPod to get an elevated perspective of your games. It's against FAA rules to film above people without a waiver and even then it's very risky to do so. Not to mention that most consumer drone batteries only last about 30 minutes which is not long enough to film one half of most sports games.
Yes. We are available to film your tournaments as long as an exclusivity contract doesn't exist with another company. Many larger national tournaments hire large companies to film tournaments and they don't allow a third party to come in to film, even if those teams declined to have their games filmed by the contracted company.
If a nationwide contractor is looking for local companies like mine to participate in filming their sports tournaments, I'm open for discussion on the matter. Contact us on our Home page using the email form and we'll get back to you immediately.