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    Anyone know when Eir Sport begin their live Airtricity League coverage and what the first game will be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nr637 View Post
    Anyone know when Eir Sport begin their live Airtricity League coverage and what the first game will be!
    all we know nr is that it will be the end of march before there will be a live game on eir!
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    Not one club has any goals up after been giving permission to do it on a Friday

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    Quote Originally Posted by dundalkfc10 View Post
    Not one club has any goals up after been giving permission to do it on a Friday
    I'm not sure the clubs actually have direct access to the new streaming feeds (the non potato quality trackchamp live ones that were used first game of the season) that went into the grounds preseason, I think they route straight to the provider and out to RTE then. Clubs are reliant then on RTE getting the footage in, editing it and getting it back out to them or up via RTE's social media then for them to share out themselves.

    I know a few clubs trialled software that basically lets them slice clips of action as it happens to post online then via the same platform but I think that was put by the wayside with this new thing that's going on, the quality of the software and the footage etc wasn't the may west from what I saw either.

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    Dundalk record every game, good quality. Use to do own highlights regularly online.
    With all the staff we have now at the club, surely they can get the goals up online straight after a game

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    Quote Originally Posted by dundalkfc10 View Post
    Dundalk record every game, good quality. Use to do own highlights regularly online.
    With all the staff we have now at the club, surely they can get the goals up online straight after a game

    Who are all the staff outside of the General Manager and office manager?

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    All teams record every game themselves to a good standard video quality with at least one camera. At every Rovers home game so far there's been 3/4 cameras minimum on the TV gantry and then the trackchamp camera is in the main stand so I don't think the problem is necessarily getting the footage especially as the home team has to have the footage uploaded to the analysis website by the end of matchnight.

    Don't know about other clubs but Rovers are starting putting out their own highlights package of games so I guess they're thinking having that done well and waiting a day is worth more than just uploading clips ASAP. I guess time will tell if that thinking is accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dundalkfc10 View Post
    Dundalk record every game, good quality. Use to do own highlights regularly online.
    With all the staff we have now at the club, surely they can get the goals up online straight after a game

    Harry is the club videographer along with being the general handyman around OP for anything and everything and the DFC tv lads are volunteers still as far as I'm aware. There's a world of difference between the likes of Harry & the DFC tv lads doing their bits for review in the days after games and the splicing, editing, compiling and exporting of footage for highlights straight away post match or even as they happen, that takes ages unless you've either out of the box software that you still have to go through the 90 mins to put together like the option I mentioned above. Plus as RathfarnhamHoop said they all get it off the group portal all clubs have access too, Collie O'Neill spoke about it on LOI weekly a few weeks ago too


    Not saying they all don't do a great job and same for the lads at all clubs across the league but there's a world of difference between the above and the facilities and full time staff broadcasters have to get things out there ASAP, now they have the want to do it this season of course.


    Quote Originally Posted by RathfarnhamHoop View Post
    All teams record every game themselves to a good standard video quality with at least one camera. At every Rovers home game so far there's been 3/4 cameras minimum on the TV gantry and then the trackchamp camera is in the main stand so I don't think the problem is necessarily getting the footage especially as the home team has to have the footage uploaded to the analysis website by the end of matchnight.


    Don't know about other clubs but Rovers are starting putting out their own highlights package of games so I guess they're thinking having that done well and waiting a day is worth more than just uploading clips ASAP. I guess time will tell if that thinking is accurate.

    Aye yeah they've to have the full games up by midnight but the most in that is waiting around for the export and then upload as there's nothing done to the raw footage pretty much for that.


    The new thing gone in is a trial pretty much for this season with an option to extend depending on what the story is with the league next season as that's all up in the air anyway with the participation agreement, Mother Theresa Quinn and the TV rights up for discussion too then. Baby steps this season with it all for the FAI, clubs and the broadcasters etc but all going to plan, next season there should be some relatively big news on the tv front.

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    Finally someone with a bit of sense, it's difficult for most clubs even Dundalk who have only a handful of staff to do this.

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    I was saying this to someone during the week that clubs need to get extra volunteers if they want to get clips up as they happen. Obviously you need a camera man recording and then you need someone next to him with a laptop able to chop clips and post them as needed. Not to mention the cost of equipment and software. It's not as easy as people may think. Again, this is exactly why we need a marketing budget for all clubs

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    There's OK shareware video editing software available - wouldn't have the same functionality as licensed software, but it's serviceable. It's the skills to use it that are sometimes harder to get for free.
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