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Art of Casting Analysis, refinement of the cast

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06-15-2004 06:33 AM
juro With so many digital cameras now supporting video clips, it might be neat to post small clips for people to review on the forum.

We would limit it to a clip per week so traffic does not kill the server. They can be clips of interest, help me's, etc. The purpose will be to provide a visual for discussions of casting technique.

Just submit a PM to me and I will put the video up somewhere for you to link in a post.
05-31-2004 07:15 PM
Dble Haul It's interesting that you bring this up, because over the past few years I've seen quite a number of articles in the mags about how this is the best way to diagnose problems in one's own cast. And I think it goes without saying that videos are far better teaching aids than books; that being said, using the same medium should be best for critiquing casting flaws.
05-31-2004 05:26 PM
Adrian
What about ....

....using video as a teaching aid like the pros do in golf? Anyone tried this yet? I can think of a couple of potential problems with lighting/line color etc. But it would be cool (and very informative)to watch your casting stroke side-by-side with your favorite caster Maybe some of the golf swing analysis software could be adapted?

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