I coach my son's volleyball team at his school. We get a short 4 week season and we're halfway through it. We've played played 5 matches and I've got all 401 plays recorded as .MOV files. In my ideal world I'd create a highlight reel for each of the 11 players on the team. Not to hand to them necessarily, but to be able to sit down with each one as an individual and review some or all of the plays they were involved in. I could also use each player's highlight reel myself to review how I can help each kid. If I had all the plays categorized and marked up somehow there are probably a few other things I could do. Can anyone suggest a good workflow and products to do this? Consider these constraints: Mac based software preferred, but have Windows available too. Free or low cost software Don't care about presentation or themes, just want to piece together the raw video. Quick learning curve (only have a couple of days to get this done) I'm not leaning toward any one program at this point. I have iMovie but have very little experience with it. I suppose there is some method of tagging and / or cataloging each play. Keywords or tags could include player(s) names involved in the play, type of play (serve or serve receive), features of play (successful bump, set, spike; miscommunication; good hustle; out of position; etc.) A friend of mine used Huddl for his football team. That would be perfect I think, but it's $800 or more. He may still have an active subscription that I could use for the remaining two weeks. I know there are other sports online websites like that but I'm not sure that's what I want. Maybe it's way too much to do and learn, given the constraints and I should just focus on teaching in person. But, this is my 3rd year doing this and never thought to film the games until this year. Going back and watching and analysing the film has been great. Just wish I could do it more efficiently. Any ideas? Thanks!