Hello, do you know If videod pitching makes it look slower than real life, more specifically from the side and equal to the pitchers mound angle. I’m asking this because a video of me pitching looks a lot slower than it actually is according to my catcher. Thank You.
It’s a little hard to understand what you are asking but here’s my answers.
Does the result of taking a video of myself pitching appear slower than real life?
Yes. Keep in mind that the devices we watch videos on have certain frame rates. And these frame rates are not as smooth as our real life vision. So your catcher is seeing the real life pitch much faster because the video is on a certain frame rate and this makes it maybe choppy and slow.
(Note: Slow doesn’t mean slow motion. I mean slower than it actually is.)
If this was the question you were asking, there’s my input.
Well, pitches seem slower to me from behind the mound. From the dugout, the pitches look faster. From the batter’s box they look just about right.