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I've had quite a few questions about my process and how to create gifs and where to get the source, so in the interest of encouraging more and more redditors to dive into videos and start breaking down plays, I am doing a writeup on doing breakdowns... or at least on my approach to doing breakdowns. Hopefully the other active posters like barian, skep, thehbrwhammer, etc. and will contribute and give alternate options.
To preface all this, I'd like to say that I highly recommend anyone who is really interested in learning more about the details of football to take a step into breaking down video. While you can certainly get a great knowledge base by reading the breakdowns by others, the act of studying, questioning, and looking at details is a far different experience. Doing a writeup adds even more to the process.
Most of us feel like we don't know very much or that we lack enough specific knowledge to be able to break down film. And it's probably true! But the best way to get that knowledge is to do a writeup. Seriously. Do a writeup as best as you can and there are many knowledgeable people that will give you corrections or who will give you additional insight into the plays. And you may be surprised at how quickly you will start to pick up on things just because you are paying attention.
The first step is to decide how you are going to source the breakdowns. There are two basic choices at this point :
TV Copy or Coach's Tape
TV Copy is the broadcast version of the game, ie., the version that we all watch on Fox/CBS/NBC. The advantages are that it is free, the quality and clarity of the video is generally very good, and that it is timely. But the disadvantages are that you are restricted in the views you get (though the replays can be fantastic), particularly of the defensive backfield, but also quite often the offensive/defensive line engagements. With prime time games, you have as many as 6 games to choose from on a given week (perhaps more if you include the Rewind games on the NFL Network that are broadcast the following week). For the more involved/desperate fans, DirecTV's Sunday Ticket offers access to all the broadcast games.
Coach's Tape (sometimes generically referred to as "All 22" tape) is composed of two views : the All-22 Overhead View that is critical for analyzing routes and coverages and the Endzone View that is very valuable for understanding line play. Advantages of the Coach's Tape is that it shows a more sophisticated level of detail for assessing play. The disadvantages are that the video quality is relatively poor, the distance of the shots means that some detail is lost.
There's only one place to get the Coach's Tape. The NFL offers the NFL GameRewind online package to stream the games after they have aired. The Plus Plan ($59 per full calendar year) allows streamed access to the Coach's Tape, the TV Copy, and the Condensed version. The TV Copy is available at the end of the day Sunday (ie., Not Live) while the Coach's Tape is made available on Tuesday. There is are also cheaper package ($25 or $30) available, but they restrict the Coach's tape to "specific plays" only.
Also, notable is that the NFL GameRewind gives you access to (most) NFL Games back to 2009 (coincidentally that was Jamarcus Russell's final year in the NFL). Coach's tape is not available for all those games, but it is available for the past couple of years. This could be very useful if you are interested in comparing a player across multiple years.
If your interest is in breaking down games and you wish to start with TV Copy and you are not in the market for your team, then choosing a lower tier Game Rewind package may be a good start.
For most that want to take up the effort of breaking down plays, the Coach's tape is the most natural and desirable option. Ideally, you would use both since sometimes the broadcast has an excellent Isolation replay that reveals more than the Coach's Tape does.
On a side note, NFL also offers access to the radio broadcasts of each of the NFL games. If you are so motivated, taking the TV Copy and swapping in the Home Team radio broadcast instead of the network announcers can be quite rewarding.
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Once you've decided if you are going to go with just the TV Copy or with the Coach's Tape, you have another decision to make. Do you want to capture from the TV in realtime or do you want capture from the GameRewind?
If you want to capture video from the TV into your computer, you need a capturing device of some sort. These devices have been gaining popularity as more and more people are grabbing Xbox/Playstation gameplay vid. The three devices that I've heard of are the Black Magic, the Elgato, and the Hauppauge. These are all in the $140 range with the Black Magic having models in the $200+ range as well.
My friend uses the Elgato for XBox vids and likes it very much. I use the Hauppauage and have been thinking of trying out the Elgato or Black Magic, probably in the off-season.
To use this in conjunction with GameRewind, you would have to connect a computer's HDMI out to the device and then capture on a 2nd computer. This may not be feasible for many.
What is nice about a capture device is that it is useful for archiving anything broadcast including College games.
The Pros of TV Capture : immediacy. good quality. can be used for non-NFL game content like College Games, Combine, Hard Knocks, etc.
Cons : pricey. If using in conjunction with broadcast games, must edit out commercials. To use with Game Rewind, must have 2 computers available.
Alternately, you can choose to capture the streamed video on the computer itself.
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Depending on how much effort you want to put in, you may need/want to edit your footage.
Alternately, if you are simply capturing clips, you may skip this step. However, I will say that studying video while editing the video is far easier and more informative/illuminating than just watching the vide (imho).
After a Raiders' game, I prefer to capture the entire game (for archival purposes) and then cut up the footage to find and study plays of interest. I cut up each play and then break them up into separate timelines for (a) OFFENSE/DEFENSE and then (b) RUN PLAYS/PASS PLAYS. So i have 4 total timelines to look at. While it's a bit of upfront work, it makes it easier for me to look for or study particular things. For instance, if I'm going to study Khalil Mack's run defense, it's easy for me to go thru each run play and find Mack. Or if I'm looking for how the Raiders' defend the WR screen, i can search for those rather quickly. It also helps me significantly in the offseason when I'm going back over the entire season and looking for particular items.
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One thing that I really like and highly recommend is to clip off the bottom line "Ticker" on a video. We've all gotten used to see those scores running across the bottom of the screen, but when you watch a clip and it is NOT there, it's quite nice to be relieved from that distraction.
On a 720p BROADCAST video, I prefer to set my frame size to 1280 x 640 to cut off the bottom 80 pixels (obv for Coach's tape, i can use full-frame). It's also a convenient frame size b/c the aspect ratio is 2:1 so resizing computations are rather easy and I generally resize to 960x480, which is big enough to see everything but not too big.
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In addition to the video, I often like to breakdown the play by marking up still images. Things I may choose to do is indicate the blocking assignments on a run play or show the pass-rush lanes on a stunt; on a passing play, it's extremely helpful to draw up the routes and the coverages. For instance, here's a breakdown gallery from my post on Sammy Watkins Week 7 breakdown; so, on this play, when you draw it up like this, it's easy to see that there's "Mirror Concept" at play. On others the Double Slant or the Smash might jump out at you.
When you are step-by-step-ing thru a play, it's amazing the subtleties that you can pick up. For instance, Here is an image from Latavius Murray's first TD v KC last thursday. What I didn't notice in full speed was that the pulling RG Austin Howard ran into the LT Donald Penn to help free up the Chiefs' DT Jaye Howard.
My personal opinion is that doing the Markups is a huge benefit to doing breakdowns, both for informing the readers (it's much easier following along with images) as well as for studying and observing and learning for yourself.
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I do a lot to manage my writeups. If/when I'm doing a writeup that contains several plays, I need to manage them. I can have possibly 5 or 6 GFYs, a couple of galleries, the play description, and miscellaneous stats associated with it.
I may want to have the same data/information in a couple of places, like in the play details itself and then later in a formatted table.
If I just write it up in a .txt file, there's a lot of markup to do by hand. If I change an item in one place, i have to remember to change it anywhere else that I reference it. And if i want to look at just the data and perhaps "run some numbers" (like mean or median, etc) then it's rather difficult or at the very least it's an additional step.
For that reason I build spreadsheets to hold my data and then have separate tabs that organize them in particular ways and to mark them up as I need. Then I cut the markups and paste them into a .txt file when I'm ready. And then I do my actual full writeups within the .txt file with my text editor.
In essence, I'm using Excel as a half-step between relational database and text editor.
That was extremely useful in my Pass Rush posts but is also very helpful when I am doing bulk captures.
I always do all my writeups externally and then just cut/paste into the browser when posting. It allows me to archive them and potentially re-use them.