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International Cricket 2013-14

Discussion in 'Sports Programming and Events' started by satexplorer, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. satroy

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    I think it is better deal because espn3 is free and better picture quality than ten cricket. It seems like espn3 bagged Sri Lanka cricket. Then what about pakistan cricket?
     
  2. negma

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    Just FYI..if you want to watch ICC Champions FINALS on Dish, it is only $4.99 and you can order online.
     
  3. satroy

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  4. satroy

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    But one thing not good of Apple TV as you noticed or not. The video is being played around 10 seconds delayed as compared to if you watch on PC or ipod etc. on average one ball delayed. If you go to cric info site you will see ball already bowled but that video appears on Apple TV after 10 s
     
  5. satroy

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    Do anyone know how to fix this delay?
     
  6. satroy

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    xbox espn has even more delay - lagging two balls
     
  7. crabtrp

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    The apple tv coverage is so much better than trying to mess with the pc attached to the tv. First time I have used the apple tv in probably 18 months, not sure why roku doesn't have the watch espn app.
     
  8. satroy

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    Apple tv has 10 seconds delay than pc, did you notice it?
     
  9. crabtrp

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    I have just been watching the Apple TV coverage, so no.

    The PQ is excellent, this is not at all a bad way of watching.

    Come on England!
     
  10. satroy

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    if you open espn3 on your pc, you will see apple tv lagging one ball. It is strange you are not seeing it. I am seeing it.
     
  11. crabtrp

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    well crap.

    And why does square leg umpire have to refer every decision upstairs now? Make a decision and move the game along.
     
  12. satroy

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    what version of apple tv you are using?
     
  13. rwmair

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    This is just a factor of the world we live in. Everything has some delay. The streaming video on the PC is delayed too in comparison to live TV - often by 10-20 seconds. On DirecTV, HD channels are delayed 5-10 seconds in comparison to the SD channel. Satellite TV is delayed in comparison to over-the-air TV. If the delay is minimal and doesn't impact picture quality/enjoyment, does it matter?

    Hopefully ESPN3 will now start pushing their app out to internet-connected TV's, so we won't need any additional device behind the TV (how we currently watch Netflix and Hulu)
     
  14. satroy

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    I know. I connected my laptop, apple tv and xbox to the cable modem all with direct wired LAN connection. Apple TV 15 seconds delayed from what I see on laptop and xbox delay by 30 seconds from laptop and 15 seconds from apple tv
     
  15. negma

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    Does anyone know what this link means?

    http://zeetvusa.com/ten-cricket/

    Is anyone (cable or dish or directv or FIOS or ATT or anything else) carrying TEN CRICKET at all in USA?
     
  16. satroy

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    No Ten cricket in USA
     
  17. billu

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    With the number of live cricket series (featuring India) that watchespn is showing, it is on par with any good cricket channel like willow or ten cricket. It had the Champions Trophy and now has Tri-series of Ind-WI-SL.
     
  18. rwmair

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    Willow have recently added lists of tours and tournaments through February 2015 on their website. It seems like its matches played in England, India, Australia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, as well as the Hong Kong Sixes.

    I've never seen them give out this much info in one go before? Are they getting secure, or over-confident?

    England County 2013
    The Ashes 2013 in England
    India tour of Zimbabwe 2013
    Zimbabwe vs Pakistan 2013 (2 Test , 3 ODI , 2 T20)
    Sri Lanka tour of Zimbabwe 2013 series (2 Test , 3 ODI , 2 T20)
    India domestic 2013-14
    Australia tour of India 2013 series (7 ODI , 1 T20)
    Hong Kong Cricket Sixes 2013 (24 Matches)
    India tour of South Africa 2013 (3 Test , 7 ODI , 2 T20)
    England tour of Australia 2013-14
    Big Bash T20 2013-14 (34 Matches)
    Australia tour of South Africa 2014 series (3 Test , 3T20)
    Indian Premier League 2014 (76 T20)
    Australia tour of Zimbabwe 2014 Series (3 ODI)
    South Africa Tour of Zimbabwe 2014 series (2 Test , 3 ODI , 1 T20)
    India vs West Indies 2014 (3 Test , 5 ODI , 1 T20)
    India domestic 2014-15
    Hong Kong Cricket Sixes 2014 (24 Matches)
    West Indies tour of South Africa 2014-15 series (3 Test , 5 ODI , 2 T20)
    Australia vs India 2014-15 (4 Test , 7 ODI , 2 T20)
    KFC Big Bash T20 2014-15 (36 T20)

    Their info pages now list direct streaming to Panasonic Viera internet-connected TV's (but still not Sony Bravia... agghh!!) The TV channel page still does not mention anything about the TV channel in HD on Dish Network
     
  19. rwmair

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    How is the PQ on the English county matches Willow is currently showing? Direct feed from Sky Sports, or a re-broadcast of the Star Cricket feed from India?
     
  20. satexplorer

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    Thank you rwmair for that info. No thanks to Willow's countless monopoly of retaining their rights. I stick to my ESPN3 for now. ESPN why does DirecTV and Dish have alternate channels. You need Cricket coverage on them. ESPN is still not listening to my request. Too many coffee cups, eh?

    That leaves Pakistan Cricket without a broadcaster. Will ESPN3 get coverage of New Zealand Cricket?
     

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