We’re launching a competition to find the best video of Jamm Pro being used. That person
will win £1000.
The competition runs from 13/2/20 to 13/5/20. You can submit up to 3 videos. The videos can be up to 10 mins long, but we recommend 2-4 mins as suitable.
Ipads allow easy screen recording with stereo audio (see below for how).
Each screen touch draws a circle so viewers of the recording can exactly follow the action. So that’s the way to record your performance. The main Jamm Pro promo video was filmed and done in a few takes then edited, but this example screen recording has a similar routine done in one take.
You don’t have to use the Quantum Trap Set that the promo uses. You can use any Set or even make your own Set and use that to perform on but the provided routine can only use screen recorded takes.You don’t have to use the Quantum Trap Set that the promo uses. You can use any Set or even make your own Set and use that to perform on but the provided routine can only use screen recorded takes.
Here’s another reference: a one-take video by Matt Black done on the original Ninja Jamm app. It’s filmed and not a screen recording. With Jamm Pro though, the new functionality of Patches to store and recall sections gives a great legit way to structure your routine.
Share your videos to [email protected] by uploading them to gDrive, Dropbox, iCloud or WeTransfer and sending us a link. You may also post to YouTube, Instagram and Facebook.
Finally, for learning techniques and delving into what Jamm Pro can do, here’s our YT playlist of How To Videos.
The shortlisted best entrants will be notified and required to provide an unedited camera recording of them performing the routine to prove that they can really do it. This would not have to be flawless but convince us of the veracity of their routine.
For the winner we envisage an ongoing relationship helping to promote the app.
We await your entries with anticipation. Have fun!
The Jamm Pro team.