Hampden vice-president Garry Perrett says the league wants game filming and a match review panel in place for the 2020 senior football season.
The topic was discussed at a club forum on Monday night.
"The clubs have been singing out for videoing of the games and we've looked into it all," he said.
"We've got a concept and it's a really good program that the operators are offering."
He said the board had quotes from video companies but he declined to say how much the system would cost.
"There is one company that is actually prepared to train a person to do the videoing," he said.
"In essence, a club could get a volunteer to film the game."
He said that could save a club at least $120 per game.
"The (video) quality that they've shown us in the samples is brilliant," he said.
Perrett said matches could be live-streamed and footage made available to all coaches.
He said it meant teams could use footage to improve and also learn about their opposition.
Perrett said the system would speed up the league's tribunal system.
"At the moment, we've got investigations that can take up to four to six weeks," he said.
He said, under the new system, incidents could be dealt with by the Wednesday after a game.
The MRP would make decisions based on a matrix and players could accept or decline set penalties.
Otherwise, video would be used during a traditional tribunal hearing.
He said the board would seek sponsorship to alleviate the cost to clubs.
Perrett said the overall price would also depend on what the clubs wanted - whether it's one camera or more.
He added multiple cameras could help with behind-the-play incidents.
The vice-president said the long-term goal was to film all Hampden league football and netball matches.
South Warrnambool president Steve Harris said his club was fully supportive and had been pushing for the system to be introduced.
"The filming of the game is a natural progression to make the league more professional," he said.
"The match review panel is a way of avoiding an incident taking up to 35 days to come to fruition."
Harris said it was undecided how much clubs would have to spend on the system.
"We're still happy to contribute something because we think it's essential all games are taped and we move toward a match review system," he said.
"The cost is still unknown but that will become clear once the league investigates what sponsorship options are available."
He acknowledged the technology didn't come cheap but said it was important if the league wanted to become more professional.
He said clubs needed to consider individually what they could contribute.
South Warrnambool will wait on detail about the cost of the system before reporting back to the league board.
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