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PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 4:32 pm 
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Having been a subscriber to TTV from the beginning, I have enjoyed the recording of our games. I have only one criticism to make, and I say this with a view it will improve the viewers enjoyment for the future.The atmosphere against London last Friday was fantastic at BV, unfortunately, this is not apparent on Trinity TV. For any games.The only voices you hear are TC and usually the coaching staff. Surely, in this day and age a couple of microphones could be placed one in the north Stand one in East Stand. Watching the London game on tv was really flat, lets have some atmospheric noise on the recording from next season.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 4:44 pm 
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Dunkirk Spirit wrote:Having been a subscriber to TTV from the beginning, I have enjoyed the recording of our games. I have only one criticism to make, and I say this with a view it will improve the viewers enjoyment for the future.The atmosphere against London last Friday was fantastic at BV, unfortunately, this is not apparent on Trinity TV. For any games.The only voices you hear are TC and usually the coaching staff. Surely, in this day and age a couple of microphones could be placed one in the north Stand one in East Stand. Watching the London game on tv was really flat, lets have some atmospheric noise on the recording from next season.
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I think it's because they tape from the other end, so the camera mic doesn't pick it up, not sure how easy the extra mic is, you probably need a lot more kit and expertise than we have. That said I'm sure Trinity TV will improve as it grows, early days.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 4:47 pm 
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I'm sure when it started it was promised you'd be able to watch a 'side on' view or stick with end on. As someone who watches live from the North Stand I'd prefer to watch it back side on.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 6:30 pm 
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Dunkirk Spirit wrote:Having been a subscriber to TTV from the beginning, I have enjoyed the recording of our games. I have only one criticism to make, and I say this with a view it will improve the viewers enjoyment for the future.The atmosphere against London last Friday was fantastic at BV, unfortunately, this is not apparent on Trinity TV. For any games.The only voices you hear are TC and usually the coaching staff. Surely, in this day and age a couple of microphones could be placed one in the north Stand one in East Stand. Watching the London game on tv was really flat, lets have some atmospheric noise on the recording from next season.
Over to you Terry and Andy.
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I think the answer might be in your question Dunkirk, I would have a guess that it’s because they stand with the coaching staff and if real noise was recorded it would pick up everything they say and at times I’m sure it wouldn’t be for the faint hearted, that’s my take on it.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 6:43 pm 
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I think I'd rather listen to TC. No offence to those in the North stand.






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 Post subject: Re: Trinity TV games
PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 6:51 pm 
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PopTart wrote:I think I'd rather listen to TC. No offence to those in the North stand.

I don’t have a problem with TC commentary, I find a watching a game is better with crowd atmosphere, as long as there’s no drum or cowbells

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I'm with you PT I stand in the North Stand and sometimes I wish I could only listen to TC.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 11:42 pm 
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I really like TTV but for me there are 2 things that spoil it slightly..One is the lack of sound as mentioned by previous posters and the other is the commentary by Terry Crookes.Terry missed a match a while back and although I didn't know who the stand-in was I thought it came over much better and more professional.Just my opinion.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2019 11:30 am 
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madkeentrin wrote:I really like TTV but for me there are 2 things that spoil it slightly..One is the lack of sound as mentioned by previous posters and the other is the commentary by Terry Crookes.Terry missed a match a while back and although I didn't know who the stand-in was I thought it came over much better and more professional.Just my opinion.


I'm not yet 30 and I love TC, I'm actually sick and tired of every voice you hear having barely broken. TC is as sharp as a tack and tbf he's only a part timer. The other guy was fine but had nothing like TC's personality and warmth. TC forever for me.

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madkeentrin wrote:I really like TTV but for me there are 2 things that spoil it slightly..One is the lack of sound as mentioned by previous posters and the other is the commentary by Terry Crookes.Terry missed a match a while back and although I didn't know who the stand-in was I thought it came over much better and more professional.Just my opinion.

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