The camera can record/stream for a minimum of 4 hours and a maximum of 6 hours.
It takes 2 hours to charge to 80% and 4 hours to fully charge the battery.
The camera has a 128G memory card that can store a minimum of 6-8 matches (110-minute recordings).
The camera can connect to the internet through 4G and Wi-Fi to upload and stream live. There is also an option to connect via ethernet through the USB-C port.
Not yet. But the new built-in microphones are now directional and filters out wind and background noise. They also record in stereo.
Yes. It is built to work in all weather conditions.
Strengthened the connectivity so it can be used from a central location is technically not possible unless the connectivity happens through the internet. Like on most smart home devices. It is not something that is built-in for now.
If we look at the live stream, this is somewhat dependent on bandwidth. We are able to stream full HD (1080p - best case scenario) in areas with great coverage.
Veo Cam 2 doesn't come with a SIM card. You'll need to use your own carrier.
Yes, you can use your phone's SIM card in the camera. A standard broadband/data plan is a great choice. These plans are usually for Wifi modems, where users can connect PCs in areas with cellular coverage. Providers are depending on country and coverage. We'll work providing more resources about this topic and for now the best you can do is to check your phone company's coverage map to get an overview.
To watch and analyze the games saved on your camera, we'll need to process it. You'll need to upload it to app.veo.co just like you do now (connect the camera to the internet with the provided USB C cable-new for Veo Cam 2). Any recording on Veo Cam 2 gets follow-cam produced on the fly. As soon as the recording is done, you can view that follow-cam (regardless of it being live stream or just recorded). Coming soon... upload via WiFi, the camera will automatically connect to pre-authorized WiFi signals and automatically upload. Target for end of 2021.
Yes, you can have “Instant Access” to a follow cam version of your recording on your smartphone by connecting your Veo Cam 2 with the Camera App once the recording is finished.
No, you will still need to upload your recording to the Editor in order for AI to process your match and deliver new analytics, including heatmaps and statistics.
No. The Camera App will connect to the Veo Cam 2 through Bluetooth allowing users to still be connected to a mobile internet connection if they want to.
We will ship a small dongle for SIM cards together with the Veo Cam 2 where users can insert a SIM card from their own separate plan.
Not immediately at launch. But it is something we want to speak to our customers about and have potential to provide this through a future software update.
Connect your Camera App to Veo Cam 2. If the Internet connection to the camera is good enough, you will see the option to stream live. Enter your pitch size, team and opponent name. Then confirm the corner selection to provide the best broadcast of your recording.
In producer view, you are able to start/stop the stream, add goals and indicate when its half-time to provide viewers with live information.
Not at launch. However, it will be possible for anyone who connects to the camera to control the producer view which means that if you disconnect and ask someone else to connect to the camera they will get access to the producer view and will thus be able to add scores, etc.
You need your own SIM card with a capable data plan to slot into Veo Cam 2 in order to live-stream. This could be a separate plan you purchase for this purpose or your own SIM card from your current cell phone.
You can live-stream at 1080p with 10 Mbit/s and 720p with 4 Mbit/s.
Not yet. It is however something we have in the pipeline and we plan to be able to automate a few selected events for football in the beginning of 2022.
Not right off the bat. We are investigating ways of rewinding the stream in the Veo Live app, but it will not be available for launch.
We expect to launch new sports in 2022.
Anyone with a Veo account will be able to watch the live stream of your game. However, we plan to look into how we could make this password protected in the future.
Yes, the Live App will be compatible with both Airplay and Chromecast (we are building the capability with the newest version of Chromecast - v3). You can also connect via a cord to your TV.
When you follow a club, you will get a push-notification when they go live. There is also an easy ‘share button’ that sends a link to the stream if viewers in the app want to share.
No. The streams can only be viewed in the Veo Live app.
No. This will not be available for launch and will realistically not be something we aim to solve until 2022 at its earliest.
No, you will only be able to watch the game live. We are however investigating how to do this and plan to be able to launch a very basic feature for this during 2021.
Theoretically, yes. However the user flow and follow cam is optimized for live-streaming matches which means that if you try to livestream a training session the scoreboard might be a bit confusing and if multiple balls are in play, the follow cam might also be a bit off.
Yes, around 30 sec.
No, it's not possible to live-stream with Veo Cam 1.
A new Veo Live App will be released for both iOS and Android mobile devices. It’s only possible to stream your games via the Veo Live App. Each match will have a sharable link that will invite viewers to the app. This link can be shared to any SoMe channels and fans will be able to download the app and join the stream. Games that were uploaded to app.veo.co can be downloaded after post production. This file then can be uploaded to other platforms (YouTube, Facebook etc.).
There is no limit on how many people can watch a live stream.
We see an increased demand for this feature. Our Product team is considering adding this functionality to the app, however, it's a project that will be addressed in 2022.
Live streaming requires a minimum of 4 Mbps, preferably 8-12 Mbps in upload speed. A 110-minute live stream will require 3 - 7 GB of data depending on video quality. The image quality of the stream is influenced by the upload speed:
The Veo Live app will have a feature that checks your internet connection before starting a stream. If there's limited or no bandwidth you'll see a notification. To find out which provider covers the area the best, have a look at their coverage maps. At a later stage, Veo will also provide some guidance in finding out the best option for your specific case. To see if the live stream will work in your specific area, you can make a preliminary test with your phone. Head to the pitch with your phone and use speedtest.net. Your upload speed should be between 8-12 Mbps.
Not at the moment, it's also a project for 2022.
To download the match, you will need to follow the same process as with Veo Cam 1. The match will need to be uploaded and processed, to become downloadable in the Veo Platform.
Instant access means that after a recording of a football match has ended, the Veo Cam 2 will automatically save a "follow cam" version of the recording (i.e. the version that zooms into where the action is). Using your Veo Camera App, you are then able to connect to the camera and replay that "follow cam" version on the mobile device and thus rewatch the entire match or a specific moment.
Corner kicks, throw-ins, penalty kicks, goal kicks will be available as part of Veo Analytics during August for both Veo Cam 1 and Veo Cam 2.
The editor is optimised for chrome on a laptop or desktop, it is also supported in safari and other browsers.
Simple things can be done on phones and tablets, but for the best experience we recommend a computer or laptop.
Left/Right is most applicable across different levels of football, some teams switch sides and some don't and until our AI can detect that with certainty Left/right is best. We will look to update it to teams eventually.
Not automatically, but you can use the momentum graph to show when your team is attacking. If you then create "attacking" highlights whenever you're in the opposition’s end, you can play just those "attacking" highlights.
No. For starters Veo Analytics only works on football/soccer recordings. It’s our ambition to extend Analytics to other sports, however as it is now the project doesn’t have a clear deadline.
Veo Analytics will work on a club level. Let's say you have 2 cameras within your club, which means you'd need to purchase 2x Veo Analytics add-on.
Not yet, but we are working on it. Hopefully we’ll be able to have this released in 2022. Team separation and team statistics is a great step towards player tracking, but we’re not there yet.
Of course! The new owners can get in touch with us on support.veo.co and we'll help them to set up an account.
The main difference between Veo Cam 1 and 2 in terms of the captured video is that Veo Cam 2 has a higher pixel density and thus a higher quality resolution.