1.

What video format is game film?

All game film is filmed in 720 or 1080p and 60 frames per second and compressed using the revolutionary H.265 codec which provides optimal quality in a manageable file size.

2.

How fast do I receive my game film order?

All orders made online through prodigy.us are guaranteed to be delivered electronically to the delivery email address within just 48 hours of the end of the respective event. Orders submitted through an option other than online through prodigy are often the same but may be different.

3.

What is the difference between an "Individual" and a "Team" for film package order?

A "Team Film Package" gives every player and coach on the respective team a license and digital copy of all games the team played in at the event. An "Individual Package" provides only the purchaser (and their immediate family members) a license and copy of all the games their team played in.

4.

Are there any restrictions on what I can do with my game film & highlight video?

Prodigy allows anyone with license to the footage to do anything they want with the film for personal use. Basically, the only thing you cannot do is sell it. To have a license, you, or an immediate family member (Parent, Child, Spouse, Sibling) must have either ordered an "Individual Package" or have been included as part of a "Team Package". Of course if you do not have a license to the footage, it is illegal to possess and do anything with any footage.

5.

How does getting a highlight video work?

All highlight videos are customizable so with any highlight video order you will submit a clips list (provided to you) to tell Prodigy what footage you want included as well as provide information for graphics and music if you want any included. With every highlight video, you will receive a draft within 5 days of submitting everything and have the opportunity to let Prodigy know of any adjustments or changes you want made prior to the final cut which usually takes just 1 or 2 more days. Additional drafts can be done as well of course to make sure your video is perfect, but additional charges may apply.

6.

Can I post my highlight video on Facebook or YouTube?

Absolutely! There are no restrictions on what you can do with a highlight video that you had produced.