Posted by Neil Paine on October 1, 2009
For the inaugural PFR tutorial video, I show you how to use the new Player Touchdown Finder:
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Very nice, just one question: What are Miscelanious TDs?
Also, since this is A/V related: when are we getting hte next podcast? I know you guys must find the time but I need my fix! ;P
What tool do you use to capture a video of your computer screen? I have a need to do something similar.
We use Camtasia, which is nice because it can zoom and pan to the areas of the screen that you want to highlight. We've been using it for all of our tutorial videos over the past few months, and I have no complaints.
Oh, and I can't speak to the podcast question, but miscellaneous TDs are ones that aren't otherwise denoted. If you look at the list, many on there should be classified in one of the other categories, but for whatever reason weren't in the official log.
Some of the miscellaneous TD are of Missed FG returns (all of the 100+ yards) and the others are blocked punts/FG returns, offensive fumble recoveries, fumble returns on kickoffs/punts. Since all of these TD are from 2000 onwards I'll try to put a category in each one and send a list to you Neil to correct them.
By the way, thanks for the video, it's geat!
Thanks, Gary, I'd really appreciate any help you could give me in classifying some of those "miscellaneous" TDs. I'm not sure why they're unknown at the moment, but it shouldn't be too hard to find the correct classification.
Miscellaneous can also include an "interception" of a lateral that goes for a TD.
For very simple video screen or window capture, windows has that functionality for free. No fancy zooming and whatnot, but depending on what exactly you need...