Thunder FB 220.127.116.11 Release Notes
Supported Database and Asset Management Server Operating System
- Microsoft Server 2012 R2 w/ SQL Server 2012 SP3 CU9
Supported Client Operating Systems
- Windows 10 Professional w/SQL Server 2012 SP3 CU9
Supported Versions of Microsoft Office
- Office 2013 or 2016 – 32 bit
- We’ve added a user preferred overlay that overrides any overlay attached to an edit for that user.
- We’ve created an option to remove a media element and view reference that's been added to an edit.
- We built a tool that allows user to import and map views imported through a .xchange file.
- We’ve added stitching and playback support for the GoPro Fusion and Vuze cameras for ThunderVR customers.
- NFL customers can import Sports Information Systems data via the GSIS resolver tool.
- We’ve made a number of updates to our API.
- The API has been updated to allow users to define the scouted team.
- The API can be set to save a playlist directly rather than open the XOS Media Player.
- API users now have an option to validate their URL call prior to deployment.
- Users can increase the number of recently used headings.
- Users can select a view during the Import Raw Media process if the video has no view associated to it in a .xchange file.
- Audio can be stripped from a video file during the Import Raw Media process.
- Auto Import Raw media has been updated and will no longer delete source video after import.
- Radar subscribers have a new features to improve the practice workflow.
- Users can change the card layout based on position.
- Users can define offensive and defensive players for self-scout.
- Users can collapse a player card.
- XOS Hemi is now included as part of the Thunder installer.
- We’ve blocked the ability to create field names with invalid characters.
- Resolved a bug that prevented an overlay from updating when a slug was used as the first view of a play.
- We resolved a bug that caused PPT slides to not appear correctly after adding them to an edit in a Portable Organizer.
- Fixed an issue while downloading a Cloud Asset that resulted in an error: "Did not Find Asset on Server.”
- We fixed an issue that caused certain files shot on JVC cameras to transcode on export and display the marks incorrectly in the .xchange file.
- Fixed a known issue where moving between Video Analyzer and Edit Station would cause the video player to turn grey.
- Resolved an unhandled exception that occurred when a user runs a filter in the video analyzer without a team selected.
- Updated the Video Analyzer to properly display the play count for special teams’ games.
- Corrected an issue that caused folder override text overlays and headings groups to not be applied correctly when using the Pro Football Focus resolver.
User Preferred Overlay
- Users can now set a preferred overlay that will override any overlay attached to an edit, folder or filter.
- There are three areas to set a user preferred overlay.
- Edit Station: Tools → Overlays → Set User Preferred Overlay…
- Toolbar: Click on the Overlay icon then select Set User Preferred Overlay…
- Video Analyzer: Click on the Overlay icon the select Set User Preferred Overlay…
- All user preferred overlays are set to None by default.
- Users can select any available overlay, based on side of ball permissions, in the dropdown menu.
- An overlay can be selected for multiple sides of ball.
- Once an overlay has been selected it will apply to any edit opened by the user.
- Users can apply a new overlay to display while an edit is loaded.
- If the user saves the edit with a new overlay applied then the new overlay will display for any user who opens the edit, so long as they don’t have their own preferred overlay set.
Remove a Media Element
- Users can remove a media element that’s been added to a master or GSIS resolved edit.
- Right click on the master or GSIS edit and choose Properties.
- Click on the Media tab then right click on the media element you’d like to remove.
- Select Remove Media Element and click ok.
- This option will only appear on edits with at least two media element references.
View Mapping on Import
- Users can map or create a view while importing a .xchange file.
- During the import process Thunder will scan the .xchange file for all available views.
- If a view exists in the .xchange file, but not in your system, you’ll be prompted to map or create the view.
- Mapping the view will allow you to choose a Thunder view to import the view as.
- All subsequent imports will follow this mapping.
- Clicking the green plus sign will allow you to create the new view on your Thunder network.
- Click Ignore Blank Views to skip the view mapping process. This will result in unmarked media within the master.
- Users can manage their view mappings by clicking on Tools → Manage Views/View Sequences → Manage View Mappings
- Clicking the red x button will delete the last view mapping in the list.
- Users can delete multiple view mappings by selecting each row then clicking the red x.
Import Raw Media Updates
Select a View on Raw Import
- Users can set the view type while importing a raw media file.
- If a view isn’t present during import, through a .xchange or .xml, a dropdown will be activated in the bottom of the Import Game Data Settings window.
- The user can select which view they’d like to import the media as.
Strip Audio Option during Raw Import
- Users can choose to strip audio on media during the import process.
- If an audio track is available a checkbox will be activated in the bottom of the Import Game Data Settings window.
- Checking the box will strip the audio on the file during the import process.
Auto Import Raw Media - Move to Completed Folder
- Auto Import Raw Media has been updated to preserve the source media.
- All files, .mp4 and .xchange, will be moved to a folder named Completed after they’re imported into Thunder.
- The tool will automatically create a Completed folder if it doesn’t already exist in the Media Source Directory.
Increase Recently Used Heading Groups
- Users have an option to set the number of recently used headings that appear in the headings menu dropdown.
- Navigate to the Settings section then click on Playlist.
- A counter will appear in the Playlist section under Most Recent Headings that allows each user to set the number of recently used heading groups from three to a maximum of ten.