You can export all of your data created during your practice and games over to hudl, krossover or any other third party application that you might use. This data includes: Clips, ODK, Plays and Formations.
Items Needed For Export
- Flash Drive (Fat-32 Formatted)(between 8 and 32gb)
- Computer (Mac or PC)
- Create a folder on the flash drive called echo
- Plug the flash drive into the front USB 3.0 port on your T100 (with the T100 turned OFF).
- Plug your T100 into your battery and turn the T100 power ON.
- The T100 will boot up as normal and then the Status LED/Record LED will begin to blink rapidly. This indicates that your clips are now downloading to your flash drive.
- Once the T100 powers down, your clips will be on your USB flash drive.
- Plug your flash drive into your computer and open the “echo” folder.
- Drag and drop all of your angles and ODK data into hudl mercury.
Alternative Export Method
The backup export method is to connect laptop and t100 to the router
- Connect iPad, Computer and T100 to the router.
- In the iPad app, goto nearby computers and take note of the IP Address (192.168.x.xxx)
- On the computer, open the Chrome Internet Browser and goto http://192.168.x.xxx (Replace the X's with the numbers you saw on the iPad)
- Click HSFB clips
- Click Export Clips
- Click HUDL
- Click view exported clips and refresh the page until it loads.
- When the file appears, download it to desktop and unzip.
- Rename the folder that you get to something like "echo".
- Drag angle 1 folder to hudl mercury.
Open Mercury and drag the clips from the finder window.
Review your Clips and Name your Game
In HUDL, open your Library
Select your Game and “Import Data"
Select your ODK file or drag it onto the “Choose File” button
Verify the Columns match
Checkmark both the Game and the Imported Data
Hover over the game and click the Match button
Press “Save & Close"
Your ODK data should match now