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Friday, June 03, 2016

Best of luck to all NorCal athletes competing at the state meet this weekend

Let's bring home hardware!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is there a live steam linkK

Albert Caruana said...

http://www.twcsportschannel.com/ca/socal.html/

Albert Caruana said...

http://www.twcsportschannel.com/ca/socal.html/

Andrew said...

Let's go NorCal!

Hank said...

Guess they aren't going to put up a LIVE link (at least I can't find one). Even Sean at RecordTiming isn't posting results (yet?). http://rtspt.com/events/cif/2016/

hank

Anonymous said...

Is it just me or is the track so dark that it's unwatchable? Great idea to stream the meet, but I'm not sure why they bother when the video is this terrible.

Anonymous said...

Update to my prior complaint: stadium lights have kicked in enough so that the stream is in theory watchable. But with a fixed camera position on only half the track and, more importantly, with the camera pulled back so far from the track, it's STILL unwatchable. Literally can't make out who any of the runners are. Can barely even see that there is a pack of runners going by. Sigh. I get that it's free, but it's so bad that I don't know why they even bother...

Albert Caruana said...

Hoping the coverage will be much better tomorrow considering it's the finals. This is pretty disappointing.

Anonymous said...

Continuing with the complaint about the video, I was involved with a meet that streamed and it only takes one person to sit with the single camera and zoom in and move it to follow the pack. It worked beautifully. Sure, it wasn't like watching a Diamond League meet with tons of cameras, but it was more than enough to watch and enjoy the meet. I have to believe that CIF or whoever is in charge of this could find either a volunteer or some kid for $8 per hour (or whatever) to do this.

My point is that this is not a large ask nor does it require a lot of effort or resources. Come on!

Anonymous said...

There are multiple cameras at the meet. All were covered and no one working them. My guess it will be better for final but who knows.

Anonymous said...

Worked great for 3200 races.

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