Let the Professionals create your highight video
We know how important it is for you to have a highlight video throughout the recruitment process. We also know how hard it is to put your own together, let alone find a company that you trust. Don’t stress, with two full time video analyst on staff, we will make your highlight video amazing.
Rush Soccer & CAP are excited to provide you with high-quality highlight videos at an affordable price. These videos are an important part of the recruitment process and we want to help.
Rush Highlight Video Services
Let Rush Create Your Highlight Video
We are excited to provide you with high-quality highlight videos at an affordable price. Highlight videos are one of the most important parts of the recruitment process and we wanted to be able to provide you with a valuable resource. All you need is 3 game films to get started!
What is the Cost?
It is only $250 per player for a Highlight Video. You will get the first round of edits free. After that, it will be $50 per round of edits. We don’t anticipate you will want any edits though.
What Does that Include?
Our team of current and former athletes and coaches will find the best clips of the 3 game films you provide. You don’t have to mark the games, or go minute-by-minute: we will do that for you.
What makes this different than other companies?
How do I provide Game Film?
We will need 3 game films to get started. There are a lot of ways to film games, current cell phones do a great job! You can provide a link to videos you’ve uploaded online or we will send you a way to upload them directly.
How long until I receive my highlight video?
How Will I receive my video?
We will upload it to our Vinemo Channel for you and provide you with a link so you can download it and use as you see fit.
Tips for Filming your game
When using a camera
Try to avoid filming into the sun if possible.
Make sure you have charged batteries and backups that are fully charged.
Use a tripod, don’t film by hand. Always level the camera.
Film in sections (thirds) this helps reduce panning.
Film from the highest possible vantage point.
Make sure you have the power cable.
Follow the play, not the player. The ball does not need to be dead center.
Make sure the camera lens is clean. Only use a lens cloth to clean.
Zoom in a bit is play is on far side of the field and you are filming from ground level.
Film at a medium angle. Not too tight so you only see the player and not too wide that everyone is very small. Rule of thumb, capture about 30yds worth of width. Error on the side of too wide.
Whenever possible the defending goal should be in the frame as well as the attacking play. This eliminates blurry panning on a quick shot or missing a goal altogether.
If raining cover the camera with a plastic bag (small grocery bag) and keep trying to film, if it gets impossible to keep the camera dry, stop.