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    Post by Manchester Ram on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 12:58 pm

    So, we have had a few matches, what does everyone think?

    I think its a great offering and the quality of the production seems to be very good, streaming to my TV with no issues at all.

    At just over 100 quid for the year for home and away matches it seems a not brainer to me.

    Obviously the commentary isn't up to the likes Sky, BBC etc but then again it is nice and partizan :)



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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by old ewe on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 1:07 pm

    Some browsers 'freeze' . Firefox did but Edge is fine. Gibbo looked really funny on Firefox!!
    My son has had browser problems too but I don't know details.
    Once that is sorted Rams TV is great.............
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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by New England Ram on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 1:21 pm

    I think it's brilliant.
    From what I understand they think they may run into a few problems at away games at certain grounds if the set up is not great..space on the gantry and things like that.
    Pride Park set up is going to be great with multiple cameras .
    The aim is to have a very very high standard of production they expect it will take a few weeks to get it to where they want it to be..but it will be good.



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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by Manchester Ram on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 1:27 pm

    I was using Chrome and casting to chromecast. I also tried it on iPhone in the back of a cab during one match and it was perfect over 4G.



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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by valakari on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 2:05 pm

    Personally, I'd rather go to the matches..
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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by valakari on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 2:06 pm

    But a great idea for those living abroad
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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by Loughborough Ram on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 2:10 pm

    If Colin Gibson is the face of Rams tv don't let your kids watch, f*ck me he's got the face of a gargoil.

    The quality of the stream is brilliant though, so your kids could watch the game as long as you send them out of the room for the breaks
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    Post by Manchester Ram on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 2:22 pm

    valakari wrote:Personally, I'd rather go to the matches..

    Wouldn't we all! My kids aren't old enough yet to travel to and from the ground every saturday from where we live and sit through 90 minutes without getting bored so alas I am unable to attend the majority of matches.




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    Post by valakari on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 6:54 pm

    It's not compulsory to take the kids..you could go alone or with friends..???
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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by DavesaRam on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 7:43 pm

    Loughborough Ram wrote:If Colin Gibson is the face of Rams tv don't let your kids watch, f*ck me he's got the face of a gargoil.

    The quality of the stream is brilliant though, so your kids could watch the game as long as you send them out of the room for the breaks

    Its called in the trade " a face for radio"!



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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by Loughborough Ram on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 8:13 pm

    I think it's more a face for the dustbin
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    Post by outsider on Tue 25 Jul 2017, 8:51 pm

    valakari wrote:But a great idea for those living abroad

    Seems living in Ireland is not abroad Dunno
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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by MadAmster on Wed 26 Jul 2017, 9:08 am

    Pleased with the quality of the video. Commentary is better than it was in the opening friendly but isn't yet of the quality you would want. Paid my £110 yesterday so I will get to see most of the games via RamsTV and the rest via an illegal stream.

    They also made an appeal for fan commentators last night, get in touch with them and they send you a video to dub a commentary onto.

    Might give it a go. That would add another face more suited to radio LOL roll



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    Post by outsider on Wed 26 Jul 2017, 10:41 am

    MadAmster wrote:Pleased with the quality of the video. Commentary is better than it was in the opening friendly but isn't yet of the quality you would want. Paid my £110 yesterday so I will get to see most of the games via RamsTV and the rest via an illegal stream.

    They also made an appeal for fan commentators last night, get in touch with them and they send you a video to dub a commentary onto.

    Might give it a go. That would add another face more suited to radio LOL roll

    to many edits with bleeps in it if i was recorded espeacially at end of season failures   over last few seasons Bang head
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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by Manchester Ram on Wed 26 Jul 2017, 10:46 am

    valakari wrote:It's not compulsory to take the kids..you  could go alone or with friends..???

    Yes good point, but what I mean is I have to look after them! :)



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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by outsider on Wed 26 Jul 2017, 11:02 am

    Manchester Ram wrote:
    valakari wrote:It's not compulsory to take the kids..you  could go alone or with friends..???

    Yes good point, but what I mean is I have to look after them! :)

    and taking them to watch rams play can be classed as child cruelty Dunno , but this will make them stand out to the premier league young fans, they are used to success and never suffer the heartaches and ups and downs like us.

    on another note get them to PP before they turn red or blue of Manchester Anger
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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by MadAmster on Wed 26 Jul 2017, 11:44 am

    outsider wrote:
    Manchester Ram wrote:
    valakari wrote:It's not compulsory to take the kids..you  could go alone or with friends..???

    Yes good point, but what I mean is I have to look after them! :)

    and taking them to watch rams play can be classed as child cruelty Dunno , but this will make them stand out to the premier league young fans, they are used to success and never suffer the heartaches and ups and downs like us.

    on another note get them to PP before they turn red or blue of Manchester Anger

    If you read his post further up the page you would see that, due to their age, they are currently unable to handle the return trip and the game (not to forget the time between arriving at Derby and the game actually starting) without getting bored.

    In good time MR will take them to PP and they will get the bug, as we did.



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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by Manchester Ram on Wed 26 Jul 2017, 11:53 am

    MadAmster wrote:
    outsider wrote:
    Manchester Ram wrote:
    valakari wrote:It's not compulsory to take the kids..you  could go alone or with friends..???

    Yes good point, but what I mean is I have to look after them! :)

    and taking them to watch rams play can be classed as child cruelty Dunno , but this will make them stand out to the premier league young fans, they are used to success and never suffer the heartaches and ups and downs like us.

    on another note get them to PP before they turn red or blue of Manchester Anger

    If you read his post further up the page you would see that, due to their age, they are currently unable to handle the return trip and the game (not to forget the time between arriving at Derby and the game actually starting) without getting bored.

    In good time MR will take them to PP and they will get the bug, as we did.

    Thanks MA, exactly. Don't worry they both wear full kits in the correct colour to their toddler footie on Sunday mornings



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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by bramhallram on Wed 26 Jul 2017, 12:08 pm

    Manchester Ram wrote:
    MadAmster wrote:
    outsider wrote:
    Manchester Ram wrote:
    valakari wrote:It's not compulsory to take the kids..you  could go alone or with friends..???

    Yes good point, but what I mean is I have to look after them! :)

    and taking them to watch rams play can be classed as child cruelty Dunno , but this will make them stand out to the premier league young fans, they are used to success and never suffer the heartaches and ups and downs like us.

    on another note get them to PP before they turn red or blue of Manchester Anger

    If you read his post further up the page you would see that, due to their age, they are currently unable to handle the return trip and the game (not to forget the time between arriving at Derby and the game actually starting) without getting bored.

    In good time MR will take them to PP and they will get the bug, as we did.

    Thanks MA, exactly. Don't worry they both wear full kits in the correct colour to their toddler footie on Sunday mornings

    If it's of any encouragement MR, my lad grew up in leafy Bramhall and for years was the only one not wearing a red shirt or a blue one at footy practice. When he asked why I told him it was character building, and that he'd understand one day. Mission accomplished many years ago.

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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by MadAmster on Wed 26 Jul 2017, 12:50 pm

    My two born under the shadow of Ajax, a mere 15 miles away. Both are Rams. Some things you just have to get right Thumbs up



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    Re: RamsTV

    Post by Manchester Ram on Wed 26 Jul 2017, 12:56 pm

    bramhallram wrote:
    Manchester Ram wrote:
    MadAmster wrote:
    outsider wrote:
    Manchester Ram wrote:
    valakari wrote:It's not compulsory to take the kids..you  could go alone or with friends..???

    Yes good point, but what I mean is I have to look after them! :)

    and taking them to watch rams play can be classed as child cruelty Dunno , but this will make them stand out to the premier league young fans, they are used to success and never suffer the heartaches and ups and downs like us.

    on another note get them to PP before they turn red or blue of Manchester Anger

    I was also a lone Ram of Bramhall from the age of 12... Dad???? ;)

    If you read his post further up the page you would see that, due to their age, they are currently unable to handle the return trip and the game (not to forget the time between arriving at Derby and the game actually starting) without getting bored.

    In good time MR will take them to PP and they will get the bug, as we did.

    Thanks MA, exactly. Don't worry they both wear full kits in the correct colour to their toddler footie on Sunday mornings

    If it's of any encouragement MR, my lad grew up in leafy Bramhall and for years was the only one not wearing a red shirt or a blue one at footy practice. When he asked why I told him it was character building, and that he'd understand one day. Mission accomplished many years ago.

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