About Playing Back a Shot
You can view shots individually or together in a shot sequence.
Once a shot is created, you can play back the animation assigned to the shot by using
the view controls located on each shot or shot sequence thumbnail or the ShowMotion
control. The available view controls are:
- Play. Starts the playback of a shot or shot sequence. When the cursor is over the thumbnail,
the Play button is displayed in the upper-left corner. The Play button plays back
the individual shot or all the shots in the shot sequence.
- Play All. Starts the playback of all shots in all shot sequences. Shots are played left to
right, starting with the leftmost shot sequence.
- Pause. Stops the playback of a shot or shot sequence.
- Stop. Stops the playback of the current shot.
- Go. Restores the view of the model assigned to a shot or the first shot in a shot sequence.
ce a shot is created, you can play back the animation assigned to the shot by using the view controls located on each shot or shot sequence thumbnail or the …… Both shots can be played on the forehand or backhand, but the contact … If you want to play at the back of the court, there are two strategies you …on a legal shot, then the player's inning is over … of the head spot, the balls are shot simultaneously to the foot cushion and back to …. Likewise, the cue ball when being put in play behind the head string (cue ball …shot in mode. 1. Power the camera on in the Playback mode by pressing (Playback). Movies cannot be viewed in …shots and gems presented on VEPS. … Don't rush the transition between the final back stroke and forward stroke (see …. When playing a safety in 9-ball, try to leave the OB away from a cushion (see "big ball" effect).Play from … SCRATCH ON A LEGAL BREAK If a player scratches on a legal break shot … the head string and causes the cue ball to come back behind the head string …back stance isn't used … Staying fixed to the same spot after playing a return shot … The most vexing things about playing badminton are missing the shuttlecock or playing inaccurate shots.