Getting started with Spiideo Perform
New to Spiideo? Here's step-by-step guide on how to get started
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Written by Nate Shiffman
Updated over a week ago

Welcome to Spiideo Perform!


Spiideo Perform is our video analysis software which integrates with our suite of portable and fixed camera systems.

Spiideo Perform is used by clubs, teams, schools, and sports organizations across the world in many different sports including soccer, ice hockey, basketball, handball, field hockey, lacrosse, rugby, American Football, and more.

If you have recently signed up with Spiideo, here's how to get started:

Step 1: Create and activate your Spiideo account

Open the sign-up page in your web browser and let's go!

There are the three ways to create your Spiideo account and sign in:

  • Sign up with an email + password

  • Google account

  • Apple ID

📌 IMPORTANT: Whichever method you sign up with, you must use the same method whenever you want to sign in.

You will then receive a verification code to your nominated email address.

Once you have signed up, you will see the below message!

  • Each organization has a primary system administrator that is responsible for managing the account and users in the account.

  • Contact that person so they can grant you access.

  • If you are the first person in your organization to sign up and request access, you can contact us at to get access.

  • Once we've added you to the account, you can then manage all of your users on your own.

Once you are granted Administrator rights, you can refresh your browser on and it will look something like this! You now have full access and control to manage all of your team members.

🔔 REMINDER: If your system administrator already has access to the organization's Spiideo account, then all you need to do is contact that person and ask for them to grant you access.

Step 2: Start adding team members to your account

Now that you have administrator rights, you can manage all of your team members!

📌IMPORTANT: In order to add that person to the account, they will need to first create and register their Spiideo account (as you did). Our system will then recognize them as a user and allow you to add them.

There are two types of users in Spiideo:

  1. Administrators - have full access and control of the account. They can manage users, recordings, recording access, etc.

  2. Users - only have access to recordings that you have shared with them via Groups. More on groups later!

Steps to add other team members to your account:

  1. Once they have successfully registered, you can add them as an Administrator or add them to a Group

  2. To make them an Administrator, click on the Administrators tab on > copy/paste the email they used to sign up with Spiideo > + Add

  3. To add other users to Groups, read our article on Working with Groups.

Once you have successfully added another administrator to the account (or user to a Group), ask them to log back into and they will now be added to the account.

📌 IMPORTANT: You will not be able to add team members unless they have first registered their account. Our system will then recognise them as a user and allow you to add them.

Now that you know how to add other team members to your account. The next thing is to start creating groups so you can share video with those your groups.

Step 3: Create your first Group

What are Groups?

Groups are subsets of users in your account that you can share video, clips, and presentations with. As an administrator, you can add/remove users from Groups and create as many as you'd like.

Some common examples of groups are:

  • Coaching staff

  • Coaches and players

But you can also create groups for individual teams or positions:

  • 2005 Girls team

  • 2006 Girls team

  • Goalkeepers

  • Attackers

  • etc.

Steps to add other team members to your account:

Go to > Groups tab

Create a new group > Type in the name of the Group (i.e. Coaching staff) > Create Group

Type in your Spiideo email to the Group > click Add

💡TIP: Make sure to add yourself to every group that you create. This will allow you to share video with that particular subset of people. You can read Working with Groups to learn more about how Groups work.

🛎 REMEMBER: In order to add a user to a Group, they will need to first create and register their Spiideo account (as you did). Our system will then recognise them as a user and allow you to add them.

Now that you have created your first group and added yourself and potentially other users, you are ready to start a new recording or upload video to share it with a particular group in the account.

Step 4: Start or share your first recording

If you are brand new to Spiideo, then you may be waiting for your Spiideo camera systems to be installed. Once the cameras are installed, you can check out Getting access to record on your scenes to learn how to start a recording with a Spiideo camera system.

In the short-term, you can can upload video or even start recording from your mobile device (iPhone or iPad). Let's walkthrough how to upload video and share with a group you have created!

Steps to sharing your first recording:

Go to the Recordings tab on and select Upload video. Whenever you see "Share with", this is an opportunity to share with a Group.

📝 NOTE: If you set sharing with to Private, then only you will be able to view this recording. It's always important to share with a Group so all of the users have access.

Once the video has fully uploaded, all other users will now have access to view, tag, and edit the recording!

Want to learn other ways to start and share recordings? Below are all the different ways to record into Spiideo.

What's next?

Now that you have the basics covered, you can start exploring other parts of the Spiideo platform. The Spiideo Perform collection is divided into 5 major sections.

  1. Admin

  2. Recordings

  3. Sharing

  4. Analyzing

  5. Presenting

You can go through the Spiideo Perform collection of articles to learn more. You can also search for relevant articles via the widget (bottom right). See below👇

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