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Post a Video & Ask a Question
Jeff Wigal avatar
Written by Jeff Wigal
Updated over a week ago's video feature allows assignors to post a video into the Video Library. Assignors can also ask officials to view and respond to a video with an open-ended question.

Examples of this might include:

  • Upload a basketball clip of a fast moving block/charge play. Ask your officials "was this a block or a charge? Explain your decision."

  • Upload a soccer clip of a player moving towards goal that is taken down at the top of the penalty area. Ask your officials "was this just a foul, or should this be punished as denying an obvious goal scoring opportunity? What factors influenced your decision?"

To upload a new video

  • click Videos, then click Upload a Video

  • click the Choose Files button, and choose the video file, OR

  • drag-and-drop the video file into the blue box

Once the file has finished uploading, click the Review Uploads button. This will take you to My Videos page.

  • next to the video, click the Edit button

  • change the title if needed. The title will display in the main Video Library page.

  • in the description box, describe what is going on with the video, and type your question into the box. Officials will see the description when they view the video.

  • click the Display in Video Library checkbox

  • in the Allow Comments box, choose Individual Response

  • click Update Video

To respond to the question

  • click Videos, then click Video Library

  • next to a video, click the Discuss button

  • click Add a Comment

  • enter your comments in the box.

  • click Post Your Comment

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