A taglist is a list of all the events that occurred during a match. You can add, edit or delete events in a taglist. The official taglist is provided by Delta Tre. You can create your own unofficial taglist with events of your choosing.
To create and edit a taglist for non-live plotting you have to open the required match asset in Workspace 6. To do so, open the Library application, find and select the asset, then click the “W6” button at the top.
Note! If you are to make changes to an existing taglist you may jump to page 7.
How to create a new taglist
In W6 (workspace 6) you may create a new taglist by clicking the tab called ‘New/open’.
In the pop-up enter the correct information. Note that you may choose who should be able to access your taglist. Private means that only you and administrators can access it. Public means everyone in your Mediabank account may access it. Group lets you choose user group(s) who may access it. Finally, click “Create list”.
Your taglist should now be loaded and open on the left-hand side.
You are now all set to start creating events.
Find the required event in the player (using the timeline)
Click the button for ‘Event time’ (or the space-key) or ‘Mark in’ (or the i-key).
- Select what kind of event it is, e.g. ‘Goal’, ‘Free kick’, etc.
Once you’ve done that, it should look like this.
Next you need to fill in the correct information for the event. Start by making sure the event has the right timecode.
If you chose to use ‘Event time’ you will have to enter pre-roll and post-roll for the event (in seconds):
If you chose ‘Mark in’ you will have to enter the duration:
Now choose team, types, player(s), positions (goal and field) and body part used (if applicable):
When you have filled in all the required fields, click ‘Done’ and the event will be added to your taglist.
How to edit an existing taglist
In Workspace 6 (W6) you may edit an already existing taglist.
Simply select the event you want to edit in the “taglist” and edit it on the right-hand side. You may change the timecode, team, player, position on the field. When you have made the changes that you want, you finish up by clicking ‘Done’ on the bottom of the page.