Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'NASL' started by DKDynamite, Nov 26, 2011.
Does NASL make any $$$ for utilizing Ustream to stream the matches for free?
If so how much?
I doubt it! is mostly for publicity, The teams foot the bill for the production costs I am sure.
Yeah I figured as much.
The feed from Tampa Bay tonight was of lower quality than the other clubs last week. No replays. Audio problems.
Surprised at that comment, for me the Tampa Bay feed was excellent, one of the best I've seen and I watched most last year, virtually no lag and great color compared to Carolina feed that had very dull color and some lag and Fort Lauderdale feed that had some lag and audio some audio problems.
Commentators were good on Tampa and Carolina feed, not as good on Ft Lauderdale feed.
I have my PC hooked up to my 57" Toshiba with high quality cables which helps.
At least the Rowdies had a game clock, unlike the Strikers. Besides that, I had no problem with either stream. I mean, it's Ustream.
Can someone post the Scorpions ustream channel?
I can never seem to find it.
The picture from Tampa was ok, really, it was just the audio which was a problem.
The lack of replays really sucks. Come on, Puerto Rico had them last week.
The best stream so far was the Minnesota feed from last week. I am guessing it was produced by an actual television crew, or at least folks with expertise in that medium because it was very well done.
This should be the stream
If not NSAL.com will have it under their live video a few minutes before the game starts.
San Antonio vs Puerto Rico stream today was the worst I've seen so far for the NASL I think. Camera work was a disaster, they had trouble following the ball, kept going to useless field level camera views when the ball was near either net, and on both PK's they didn't even show more than a 1/4 of the net in the shot.
The Scorpion girl was nice though and the announcers were fine.
Agreed. It's obviously still a work in progress. The camera person just has to keep it simple with a wide shot of where the ball generally is. Tighter shots must be taken by other cameras around the stadium. In the last broadcast, it seemed like one camera was doing all the work.