How do video (and get the most benefit to your training out of it)
Lately I've started bringing my camera into training and recording the randori sessions we have at the end of class. I just put the thing on a bench, aim it at the mats hit record and then forget about it. Later on when I'm at home I'll watch it through once or twice and make a few mental notes about what I did wrong and right, and what changes I need to make.
There are a few things I've noticed in the video - some of them old problems I knew about, some of them new things I hadn't thought about. Also I'm trying to add some new throws to my repertoire, and it's nice to be able to see what happened when an attempt succeed or failed.
Anyway, this brings me to my question. Does anyone here put much emphasis on using video? Do you have any recommendations on how to get the most out of it? What do you record - sparring, drilling, something else? Any tips on set-up, analysis, or keeping records?
EDIT: Could a mod put a question mark into my title please? Right now I suppose it could be interpreted like the thread is supposed to give instructions, instead of asking questions.