Video Capture Revs Tilt

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Additional Tips:
- Capture at the highest quality your camera is capable of
- The long piece of tape should go from your PAP to above your fingers
- Use a contrasting color tape to mark your ball, I usually use white electrical tape
- If you have control of your cameras shutter speed set it to 1/100th or 1/250th to avoid motion blur
- If you have a very high rev rate you might need an even faster shutter speed of around 1/500th to avoid motion blur
- When posting online, don't resize the video too small or use too much compression as this will cause a loss of detail
- To determine speed off your hand, do at least one shot with the video camera at least 3 feet high, so that the arrows can be clearly seen
- An accurate PAP marking is vital to being able to measure Axis Tilt with the Axis Tilt Axis Rotation Overlay, and even so the Axis Tilt measurement may not be exact