Myerscough College installs FilmMe instant video recording system

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MyerscoughFMBs Therapy Systems is delighted to announce that Myerscough College has become the latest equestrian centre to install FilmMe, the automatic recording system with instant and live playback.
FilmMe follows, zooms and records a rider’s every move at the press of a button on the FilmMe wristband. The system allows instant and live playback meaning that footage can be viewed as it’s filmed by owners, friends or trainers or later for assessment. Filming a training session and later assessing can make a huge different to continual development and to track improvement. It has a lot of other applications too, such as filming competitions and clinics and assessing a horse over fences and on the flat, with or without a rider.

Myerscough College has installed FilmMe to support the students as Julia Gray, Head of Equine, explains: “Myerscough College has already been sharing FilmMe footage across its social media channels with the footage available to view through Myerscough’s own FilmMe.tv page.”

“We’re delighted that Myerscough are so pleased with FilmMe,” says Serena Hickson from FMBs Therapy Systems. “FilmMe is so adaptable and the scope for the product for both personal and commercial use is superb. Myerscough is a great example of this as the college use FilmMe to film students during lessons which they are finding useful for both providing a history plus very motivational as student can see improvement.  They also use it for competitions. It’s a really good product that’s growing in popularity all the time.”

To find out more about FilmMe and how it can work for you, see www.fmbs.co.uk or call 01628 472440. To find out more about Myerscough College, see www.myerscough.ac.uk and follow @My_Equine to see the most recent FilmMe sessions.

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