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Neville Bastian
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Live broadcast

Postby Neville Bastian » Sun, Aug 26 2012, 10:17PM

I hooked onto the live braodcast a IWF the other night as I am 12 hrs out of sync with Atlanta. Is it possible to rethink what you do with that live feed as it was pretty boring. I saw the new flow through machine's main cutting bed and that was it. No view of the feed in table and labels been fitted. No view of the push off table. No view of the Thermwood girls at the stand with their buy in the USA colours. No smilling faces of the people manning the stand.

Probably asking a bit much but I would imagine it would take a lot of setting up and cost. Could we not have a fixed camera position but then have requests from people for the camera to view certain things. I would have asked for some shots of the labeller in action and the feeding on of the just labelled sheet. I may asked for a view of the stand and how it was layed out.
Did anyone else feel the live stream was dull?
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Re: Live broadcast

Postby Mark McCallum » Mon, Aug 27 2012, 4:33AM

Hey Neville,
It's not Superbowl.
What do you want. In depth interviews with individual parts and paid ads?
:lol:
(Sorry Mate, I didn't happen to watch it)

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Re: Live broadcast

Postby Neville Bastian » Mon, Aug 27 2012, 6:52PM

The superbowl does show the game in full so I guess that is more the idea. Maybe we need a remote controlled camera so we can pan,tilt and zoom ourselves. That would make things really interesting.
Its hard to complain when I know it would have been difficult to setup. Its close to the mark but with fine tuning it would be ideal and a good sales tool.
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