OKEMOS (WWJ) — TechSmith, the developer of screen capture and video editing software, has introduced Coach’s Eye for Windows 8.1, the latest version of Microsoft’s touch-screen operating system.

TechSmith said the software allows on-the-spot video feedback on virtually any tablet, laptop or desktop capable of running Windows 8.1.

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Targeted for the Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2, Coach’s Eye for Windows 8.1 will allow customers to analyze videos in slow motion, use side-by-side comparison, and draw on the screen like you would see in any professional sports telecast.

“Coach’s Eye has always been developed with a mobile first attitude, but we are very excited to now offer a Windows version of Coach’s Eye,” said Brooks Andrus, director of mobile products at TechSmith. “The Windows version blends the mobile and desktop experience, which allows us to provide the best experience possible for coaches and athletes in the field.”

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Coach’s Eye for Windows continues with the apps mission to instantly provide video feedback that leads to rapid athlete improvement. Some of the key areas the app focuses on are video capture and import for analysis; instant slow-motion video review; side-by-side video comparison; analytical video creation with voice-over and drawing tools; and simple video sharing through email, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other apps.

Coach’s Eye has been helping athletes achieve peak performance for more than two years, by providing instant video analysis through mobile devices. Coaches and athletes at every level use the app for training, practice and competition with more than 25 million videos analyzed.

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More at http://www.coachseye.com.