- Click on the Tools button and select "Filter Tool".
- Click on the Manage Filters button to create new filters.
- Click the New button to create a new filter.
- In the Headings column, expand the field from which you want to choose.
• Most filters in hockey will begin with 'Cliptype' equals (=) ________, followed by further criteria based on data fields.
• To select 'Cliptype', it will be under the 'Shared' section under the Heading section.
- Select a Field and the Values column will fill with the currently used values.
- Select the Criteria to use and a Value.
• To use a wildcard value, choose Equals(*).
• Wildcard values create separate cutups for each instance in which there is unique data (Scouted Player for player shifts).
- Click the Add Criteria button to add the criteria to the list.
- Select another field, criteria and value to add if desired.
- To add a Sort, click the +Add button in the Sort area.
- Set Headings, Slides and Overlays if desired.
- Click Save to save the Filter.
*Note - The ANY(or) and ALL(and) selections will determine how the criteria works together to make the filter. If ANY(or) is selected, any criteria listed needs to be met in order to populate clips. ALL(and) means that all of the criteria has to be met in order to populate the filtered clips.
- Click the dropdown next to New and select "Filter Group.
- Check the box next to the Filters to add to the Filter Group and click the Save button.
- Give the Filter Group a Name and click OK.
- Right-click on the folder in which to place the autocutups.
- Select Properties.
- Click on the Network Organizer tab.
- Check the box next to Filter Group and select the Filter Group to use from the dropdown.
- For the 'Filter Folder' select the folder that contains the game or period Master Edits or Edits that you wish to run the filters across. In most cases this will be the Games or Periods folder.
• Important to Note: The 'Filter Folder' is where the data lives that you wish to filter, not the folder you select for the autocutups to populate.
- Set the Default Headings Group and Default Text Overlay to set the headings and overlays for the auto cutups.
Save Autocutups as Edits:
- This feature is helpful as autocutups cannot be imported into ThunderCloud, but regular edits can. However, because autocutups are filters, they sync to ThunderCloud via TC Sync Utility or TC Sync Lan Service.
- Right-click on one or more autocutups.
- Select "Create Edit(s) from AutoCutup(s)".
- Select a folder and click OK.