Frequently Asked Questions

What is Tempo?

Tempo is a non-cloud sports based video software that plays your video files instantly off your computer, external hard drive, or Dropbox / Google Drive.


Does Tempo work with any sport?

Yes. You can use our Tempo video player for any sport but also any video file.


Do you have to upload videos to the internet?

No. Tempo plays your videos directly off your computer at the highest quality (no upload compression). If you use Dropbox / Google Drive, once your computer finishes downloading the share drive, Tempo plays the video instantly off your share drive.


Can you share video files online in Tempo?

Yes. If you use Dropbox / Google Drive you can share videos from one computer using Tempo to the other.


What does “mark up” a video file mean?

The mark up feature allows you to take long duration videos and split them using our mark in and out features. Once marked up, you can switch from selective plays instantly and type in data for each marked up row.


What is a .Tempo file?

A .Tempo file is a saved “mark up” with data that coincides with a video file. Both video file and .Tempo file must have an identical name (Ex: Game 1.mp4, Game 1.Tempo) and in the same game plan folder.


Can I install Tempo on Apple (Mac OS) computers?

Tempo software has been designed for the Windows operating system. For this reason, if you want to run Tempo on your Apple computer (with Mac OS X), you must first install Windows and then our video analysis software onto that machine. We recommend you install Windows 10.

You have two options:

Boot Camp: Easy way to install Windows is by using Boot Camp. Boot Camp is installed by default on the Mac if you have version 10.5 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or higher.

Using the Boot Camp tool, you must install the operating system and any available service packs (the best option is Windows 7, 8 or 10). Once you have this all installed, you can run KlipDraw.

Find more information about Boot Camp in the following link Boot Camp

Emulation software: Another way to install Windows on an Apple computer is by trying one of the following tools, known as “emulation software”: Parallels, VMWare, Virtual Box.