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- Training - Pitcher
- Training - Catcher
- Training - Auto training mode
- Training - How to record video during pitching
- Team Management - Add players to main account
- Team Management - Remove/Re-invite/Delete players from the main account
- Team Management - Player accepts team invitation or leaves team
- Historical Data - How to export historical data
- Historical Data - How to generate training report and share with your friends
- Historical Data - How to edit video (trim and mark)
- Other settings - STRIKE Power saving mode setting

** Some functions are not included in the basic functions and need to be combined with a software subscription plan. *

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Average ball velocity pitched by a pitcher.

Average RPM of a Pitcher's Pitch.

Spin rate acting on the horizontal axis and rotating in the vertical direction.

*Positive when rotation is from 6 o'clock to 12 o'clock; negative when rotation is from 12 o'clock to 6 o'clock.

Spin rate acting on the vertical axis and rotating in the horizontal direction.

*Positive when rotation is from 9 o'clock to 3 o'clock; negative when rotated from 3 o'clock to 9 o'clock.

The number of seconds it takes from the moment the pitcher starts pitching to the pitcher releases the ball.

The number of seconds it takes from the moment the pitcher starts pitching to the catcher catching the ball.

The vertical movement of the ball trajectory affected by the rotation speed and the zero rotation speed.

*up is positive; down is negative.

The horizontal movement of the ball trajectory affected by the rotation speed and the zero rotation speed trajectory.

*Pitcher's perspective, right is positive; left is negative.

The direction of rotation, expressed in the direction of the clock's hour or in degrees.

When expressed in degrees, the 12 o'clock direction is 0 degrees, and the degrees increase clockwise.

*Shown from pitcher's perspective

The spin ratio that produces effective displacement on the pitch.

The angle between the rotation axis and the effective rotation plane, usually the smaller the angle, the greater the rotation efficiency.

*The effective rotation plane referred to here is the two-dimensional plane formed by the third base to the first base, the ground to the sky, that is, the plane perpendicular to the pitching direction.

*When the ball is clockwise (the rotation axis is facing forward), the right side is positive; the left side is negative.

*When the ball rotates counterclockwise (the rotation axis is facing backward), the right side is negative; the left side is positive.

Average RPM of a catcher's pitch.

The number of seconds it takes from the moment the catcher catches the ball to the time the ball enters the baseman's glove.

The number of seconds it takes from the moment the catcher catches the ball to the catcher releases the ball.

Number of bounces on the ground when the catcher throws the ball to the baseman.

The direction of rotation, expressed in the direction of the clock's hour or in degrees.

When expressed in degrees, the 12 o'clock direction is 0 degrees, and the degrees increase clockwise.

*Shown from pitcher's perspective.

The spin ratio that produces effective displacement on the pitch.

The angle between the rotation axis and the effective rotation plane, usually the smaller the angle, the greater the rotation efficiency.

*The effective rotation plane referred to here is the two-dimensional plane formed by the third base to the first base, the ground to the sky, that is, the plane perpendicular to the pitching direction.

*When the ball is clockwise (the rotation axis is facing forward), the right side is positive; the left side is negative.

*When the ball rotates counterclockwise (the rotation axis is facing backward), the right side is negative; the left side is positive.

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**Some metrics are not included in the basic functions and need to be combined with a software subscription plan.*

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