Posts Categorized: Stream & Save

Online Video Grabber: Watch Your Favorite Shows, No Internet Necessary

Online videos are everywhere, coming in all kinds of shapes and genres imaginable. From comedy clips and music videos to exclusive series and top-grossing movies, video sites and services like YouTube, Vimeo, BBC, Ustream, and others have got it all. Online video sites are only as reliable as your WiFi connection is, though, and each website’s users and top-rated channels can add or remove media without warning.

Wouldn’t it be great to be able to download these videos to watch and enjoy anywhere, anytime, without interruptions? An online video grabber tool is the only way to access your favorite online videos wherever Internet isn’t, so you can always have entertainment on-hand.

How to Use the Online Video Grabber

Replay Media Catcher is the fastest, most powerful online video grabber tool to capture any video from YouTube and thousands of other media sites. Just play any video along with the software, and it will be downloaded back to your PC computer faster than real-time; 10 times faster than playback speed! Download and grab online videos with Replay Media Catcher in just a few simple steps:

1. Install the online video grabber software.

2. Launch Replay Media Catcher and turn on Auto Mode. This will keep Replay Media Catcher on the lookout for any streaming videos or online content to download and grab up automatically.

3. Open the video you want to grab and download for your own media collection.

4. Once the video has finished downloading, the file status will change to “Complete.”

Once you’ve used the online video grabber tool, the downloaded video files can be easily transferred from your over to smartphones or tablets, burned to DVDs for personal use, or used in other programs like PowerPoint or video editors. Besides being an easy-to-use online video grabber, it also:

  • Automatically converts recorded files to a format of your choice.
  • Lets you schedule live streamed recordings.
  • Has embedded video and media guides to help you find interesting video content.

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March Madness 2017: Where to Watch & Record Online

If March Madness 2017 is anything like the regular season, we’re in for an intense and totally unpredictable postseason tournament. Trust us, you’re not going to want to miss a minute. While nothing’s ever set-in-stone, FiveThirtyEight statistics are pointing to a few clear regional leads who may advance to the Final Four:

  • South // Florida: 41.1% chance
  • East // Michigan State: 24.0% chance
  • West // Arizona: 42.4% chance
  • Midwest // Louisville: 38.1% chance

Start placing your bets – the madness is set to begin following Selection Sunday (March 14, 2017 @ 5:30 P.M. ET) to determine which teams have made it into the Final Four. Along with your standard options, you can live stream March Madness from CBSSports.com online. With the CBS Sports March Madness live stream, use Replay Video Capture to record every game in the postseason tournament!

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Check out the full March Madness tournament schedule here:

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6 Reasons to Save Your Online Media

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Online streaming is entirely awesome. Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu allow you to binge-watch your favorite series whenever you want, on any kind of device that you connect with. However, these solutions are far from being perfect. Sometimes your favorite show can be inaccessible or disappear without a trace — that’s why many consumers who fall in love with fast-paced shows such as House of Cards or Orange is the New Black really want to know how to record Netflix.

Netflix is not the only streaming platform that presents this problem. Amazon Prime and Hulu take down their shows and movies after a set period of time, too. If you don’t know how to record Hulu, Amazon Prime, or your other favorite streaming services, you might not be able to see your favorite show or movie if (and when) it’s taken down.

This alone should be good enough reason to save and watch your favorite shows offline, but here’s our complete top six list of reasons to save your online media.

1. Captured content is more consumer-friendly

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Watching shows on Netflix is great if you’re at home. But, what if you’re on-the-go? 1080p videos will burn through your monthly data plan so fast, it’ll make your head spin. If you record a movie from Netflix on your phone or tablet while you’re safely connected to your home WiFi, you can watch that content anywhere without worrying about high data charges.

Let’s not forget then that in-flight WiFi often doesn’t allow you to access streaming platforms, for reasons connected to bandwidth. Frequent flying (and other Internet-lacking means of travel) is always less stressful if you can access your favorite show or movie offline!

2. Amazon Prime is making a move toward exclusive material

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Competition is stiff, and if you want to attract enough users you need to be able to offer exclusive content. Netflix is funding a satire called War Machine, starring Brad Pitt. The company strongly believes quality is more important than quantity. Their reasoning? YouTube has thousands of times more content than Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime combined but is struggling with subscriptions for YouTube Red.

When it comes to paying for a streaming service, content is king. That means Netflix won’t be as aggressive as you’d expect when it comes to adding new shows.

3. Netflix doesn’t have as many titles as you might think

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As of 2016, they only had 4,563 movies and 2,445 series. As a matter of fact, their catalog has shrunk in the past year. There was one time when they had over 13,000 shows – this latest count puts them at 6,998, or just under 7,000.

Other services will most likely follow suit, as well.

4. Content licenses come and go

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Netflix is constantly changing up their copyright agreements; they operate on a temporary licensing model. This means their shows expire, and you have no idea when they are coming back.

If a show is not popular enough, they might take it down. If a show is too popular, they might have to take it down, too (usually to renegotiate the license).

5. Weak connections can spoil streaming

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Watching a movie online means that you can follow your favorite characters without interruptions. Unlike YouTube or network TV, you can fully plunge into the story without any commercial breaks or other distractions.

A lagging Internet connection or a sudden temporary disruption might spoil the most intriguing plot twist…and the moment is ruined! Internet speed is not the same everywhere, and in a pretty standard household, it’s normal to have multiple smartphones, a TV and even tablets all connected at once.

This also holds true for commuters who have to deal with an intermittent mobile connection.

6. It’s legal (for personal use) and you can still support the creators

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Your monthly or annual fee covers the licensing costs that distribution companies negotiate with each streaming platform. These, in turn, share profit with the producers; a mechanism similar to old-school TV.

From a legal standpoint, you’re on the right side of the law. In 1984, the Supreme Court ruled time-shifted to view that recording videos for your own personal, non-commercial use is not against the law. At the time of clunky VCRs, people used to record their favorite shows to watch them at a more convenient time or to be able to re-watch them. Later on, people could consider whether or not they would buy a physical copy of the movie.

The business model for producers and distribution companies has changed and revenue streams are mostly generated at theaters (for movies) and through licenses. That’s a perk of a Netflix recorder – you can save each show and watch it without limitations. In the meantime, you can still consider buying a Blu-ray or DVD (if available) to further support the creators of the show.

These are some of the reasons why being able to record Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime video streams is a vital complementary feature. Replay Video Capture allows people to record movies from Netflix (and basically any other platforms) before the company takes them down.

Use Replay Video Capture to get your favorite content before it disappears from your online streaming service, and to enjoy movies and online shows without worrying about your connection!

 

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Where to Live Stream the Academy Awards 2017

The 89th Academy Awards are live again this Sunday, February 26! To almost no one’s surprise, the musical-comedy La La Land has already matched a record with an impressive 14 awards, including for the coveted “Best Picture,” as well as individual nominations for Best Actress (Emma Stone) and Best Actor (Ryan Gosling).

Here are the basics you need to know:

  • Where: Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles
  • When: Sunday, February 26 at 5PM PST / 8PM EST
  • Main Host: Jimmy Kimmel
  • Presenters: Randi Thomas, Dwayne Johnson, Mark Rylance, John Cho, Leslie Mann, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brie Larson, and more.

Where to Live Stream the Oscars

For the first time ever, IMDb is hosting a live streaming viewing party, broadcast directly to their website, Twitter and Twitch. The official IMDb Live Viewing Party (Presented by OREO Chocolate Candy Bar) will be hosted by Dave Karger (IMDb Special Correspondent) and Rachel Smith (host of Amazon’s Style Code Live) and streamed live from an exclusive industry viewing party in Hollywood, California.

“This year we are taking our coverage of the Academy Awards to an entirely new level,” said Col Needham, IMDb’s founder and CEO. “In addition to our extensive online coverage, we’ll be producing our first-ever VIP industry viewing party and companion show, which will stream live across the world…”

Oscars fans can use Replay Video Capture to record the live stream as it happens, and save every award-winning movie from any online source!

Getting excited? Us, too. Watch all of the trailers for our favorite Best Picture nominees below, and see the full list of nominations here.

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Record Your Favorites From HBO Go Offline to Watch Anywhere

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HBO Go is chock full of shows, movies and exclusive series that just about everyone can’t get enough of. Because HBO Go offers online-only, censor-free content, you can enjoy all of your favorites completely free of commercials… as long as you have Internet, that is. A poor WiFi connection or sudden drop can ruin the viewing experience at any moment, especially when multiple devices are connected to the same WiFi.

Since there is no official way to save movies and TV shows, how do you watch HBO Go offline? Replay Video Capture is the only software that lets you record HBO Go videos and watch them anytime, anywhere. Save all of your favorite HBO Go shows in high quality, on any device!

How to Watch HBO Go Offline

Replay Video Capture is a powerful streaming video downloader that lets you save videos and shows from HBO Go offline. After capturing your HBO favorites, you’ll never have to worry about being offline or without WiFi again. Just follow these simple steps to record and watch HBO Go offline:

1. After installing, open Replay Video Capture.

2. Open your browser and start playing the show or movie you want to record from HBO Go offline.

3. Click Get Video and then Record.

Bonus! You can use Background Mode to run while recording from HBO without obscuring the screen recording area, so you can get other things done or surf online while your shows are saving! Learn more here.

The Best Shows on HBO Go

Now that you know how to save exclusive content from HBO offline to watch anywhere, where do you start? We rounded up a short list of just some of the incredible series you can download from HBO offline…

Game of Thrones

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Arguably one of the best series of all time, Game of Thrones combines all the best parts of kingdom rivalry, royal feuds, intense battles and other conflicts around the struggle for power.

Veep

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Starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale, Veep is truly political satire at its laugh-out-loud funniest. Super-sharp an undeniably witty, it’s one of the best comedies available on HBO.

Westworld

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2016’s breakout AI-laden drama-thriller, Westworld, has everyone scratching their heads and wanting more. Who is real? The Western-style series is as mysterious as it is gripping.

The Sopranos

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The Sopranos is a 1990-early 2000’s classic only available on HBO Go today, and is just as good as the day it aired. With dozens of awards won over the years, it’s a mafia family drama that will always be amazing.

Silicon Valley

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Startup culture isn’t all beer pong and 24-hour work stints. Silicon Valley takes a hilarious view on the whole technology startup world, with a crew of struggling developers and entrepreneurs to make it.

True Detective

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If you’re into dark, thrilling crime shows and haven’t heard of True Detective, it’s time to make a change. With so much success following the first season, it signed on for another season with an even more star-studded cast.

Curb Your Enthusiasm

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The brilliant comedic mind of Larry David (creator of Seinfeld) is in full, in-your-face-force in Curb Your Enthusiasm. It’s awkward, it’s hilarious, and it’s almost entirely improvised.

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Where to Live Stream & Record the 2017 NBA All-Star Game

The annual NBA All-Star Game is happening this weekend, matching up the league’s star players from the Eastern Conference against those from the Western Conference. Essentially, it’s a head-to-head game featuring the absolute best players in America, including Steph Curry, LeBron James, DeMarcus Cousins, and so many other incredible athletes… we’re so there.

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How to Live Stream the NBA All-Star Game

Capture the 2017 NBA All-Star Game live stream from TNT online and store it in a high-quality format with Replay Video Capture

With our best-selling media recording software, basketball fans can easily create amazing videos of every pass, dunk and steal from the NBA’s greats. It’s the only software out there that records online video perfectly without circumventing copy protection technology, so it’s completely legal to use for all of your favorite streaming events online.

Here’s how it’s done:

2017 NBA All-Star Basics

  • Where? Smoothie King Center, New Orleans
  • When? Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017 / 8 p.m. CST
  • Who? Eastern vs. Western Conference players

Eastern Conference Players

  • Kyrie Irving, G, Cleveland Cavaliers
  • DeMar DeRozan, G/F, Toronto Raptors
  • LeBron James, F, Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Giannis Antetokounmpo, F, Milwaukee Bucks
  • Jimmy Butler, G/F, Chicago Bulls
  • Isaiah Thomas, G, Boston Celtics
  • John Wall, G, Washington Wizards
  • Kevin Love, F/C, Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Kyle Lowry, G, Toronto Raptors
  • Paul George, G/F, Indiana Pacers
  • Kemba Walker, G, Charlotte Hornets
  • Paul Millsap, F/C, Atlanta Hawks

Western Conference Players

  • Russell Westbrook, G, Oklahoma City Thunder
  • DeMarcus Cousins, C, Sacramento Kings
  • Klay Thompson, G, Golden State Warriors
  • Draymond Green, F, Golden State Warriors
  • Marc Gasol, C, Memphis Grizzlies
  • DeAndre Jordan, C Los Angeles Clippers
  • Gordon Hayward, G, Utah Jazz
  • Stephen Curry, G, Golden State Warriors
  • James Harden, G, Houston Rockets
  • Kevin Durant, F, Golden State Warriors
  • Kawhi Leonard, F, San Antonio Spurs
  • Anthony Davis, F, New Orleans Pelicans

 

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Making Room for Romance: 8 Best Valentine’s Movies to Watch Online

Ahhhh, love is in the air and we’re gearing up for an awesome Valentine’s movie marathon with our favorite people.

No matter your plans this Valentine’s Day, we’ve scoured the collections from Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime to find the best romantic movies available to stream online. Watch them with a loved one after a nice meal, or by yourself whenever you want! As always, you can record streaming movies to watch offline whenever, wherever using the power of Replay Video Capture.

Here are the best romantic movies you can stream online now:

1. Titanic (1997) // Amazon Prime

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When you think of super-romantic 90’s movies, Titanic comes to mind first just about every time. It’s the quintessential Valentine’s Day movie that blasted DiCaprio and Winslet into stardom, as well as a beautifully-directed visual experience. If you’re gonna snuggle up to one film this year, make this one it. Stream Titanic online and record from Amazon Prime with Replay Video Capture

2. How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days (2003) // Netflix

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Well before Interstellar and True Detective, Matthew McConaughey was an early 2000’s heartthrob in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. The movie follows McConaughey’s character (a high profile ad guy) who places a bet that he can make any woman fall in love with him in 10 days. Plot twist! Kate Hudson’s character has a different agenda. Stream How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days online and record from Netflix with Replay Video Capture

3. Love Actually (2003) // Netflix

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There’s something about a British romantic comedy that’s just overwhelmingly wonderful. Love Actually is one of the most-watched flicks from year-to-year, and understandably so. With endless A-list actors and other familiar faces, and a weaving plot of friendships and love stories, it’s a film of unrequited feelings and classic charms. Stream Love Actually online and record from Netflix with Replay Video Capture

4. Annie Hall (1977) // Hulu

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You’ll either love it or hate it, but Annie Hall is a classic that’ll never be anything less. Arguably Woody Allen’s best film of all time (and one that he also stars in), it’s a perfectly-written rom-com that covers every angle of new and neurotic love. With Diane Keaton gleaming as Allen’s love interest, it’s a stunning representation of life and love in the 1970’s. Stream Annie Hall online and record from Hulu with Replay Video Capture

5. Amélie (2001) // Hulu

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Love foreign films? Quirky plot points? Beautiful cinematography? Amélie is one of those incredibly whimsical, romantic journeys that can break down language barriers (and probably the ones in your heart, too). A girl who takes pleasure in the little things in life, Amelie’s goal in life is to help others, including a lonely shop owner. Stream Amélie online and record from Hulu with Replay Video Capture

6. Runaway Bride (1999) // Amazon Prime

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She can’t commit, but she’s so darn endearing! In quite possibly one of Julia Roberts’ most well-known, highly-acclaimed roles, Runaway Bride is a late 90’s romance we’ll love forever. With Richard Gere playing the older, handsome man attempting to get this pathological wedding-ditcher to finally settle down for good, it’s got the spirit and heart to make us “aww” all over the place. Stream Runaway Bride online and record from Amazon Prime with Replay Video Capture

7. Pretty in Pink (1986) // Amazon Prime

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It doesn’t matter if you grew up in the 1980’s or not — Pretty in Pink is a timeless coming-of-age film that more than likely inspired your teenage love life. Another iconic John Hughes film, it features a young, unpopular and terribly lovesick Molly Ringwald whose infatuation with the trendy, rich boy in school is basically all-consuming. Stream Pretty in Pink online and record from Amazon Prime with Replay Video Capture

8. Lars and the Real Girl (2007) // Amazon Prime

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We still can’t quite tell if it’s more bizarre or creative, but Lars and the Real Girl is most certainly unique. Ryan Gosling (as Lars) and his girl (an anatomically correct doll) have an unconventional kind of love that most people just don’t understand. If you’re open-minded and your loved one is too, it’s a super-weird, can’t-miss kind of love story. Stream Lars and the Real Girl online and record from Amazon Prime with Replay Video Capture


 

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Here’s Where You Can Watch & Record Super Bowl LI Online

With only two teams finally left in the running, we’re counting down the days to Super Bowl 51! The Atlanta Falcons will be moving forward from the NFC to go head-to-head with the New England Patriots. No matter who you’re rooting for, experts agree that any Super Bowl matchup is going to put on quite the show.

And, with Luke Bryan singing the national anthem and Lady Gaga owning the halftime show, it’s an event you seriously won’t want to miss. Cable-ditchers and cord-cutters may be worried about where to watch Super Bowl 51 without a TV, but have no fear! We have the information you need for how to live stream the Super Bowl online this year.

Where to Watch the Super Bowl Online

Super Bowl LI will be live from NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on February 5, 2017 starting at 3:30pm PT / 6:30 p.m. ET, and streaming live to connected devices provided by Fox Sports Go for every last touchdown. Over 110 million people are estimated to tune in, either via television or online, making it one of the most highly-watched events of the year.

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For fans who want to get as close as possible, Fox also recently announced that it plans to introduce a new feature, Be the Player — using Intel technology and cameras all around the stadium — that will allow viewers to check out instant replays from a reconstructed, first-person perspective of the players themselves.

“Now you are able to do something that fans have always wanted to do. We’ll be able to position this virtual camera view in a way where it looks like you’re seeing what the player saw.”

– Jeff Hopper, General Manager of Strategy and Marketing for the Intel Sports Group

How to Record the Super Bowl

Super Bowl viewers can record the live stream of Super Bowl 51 from Fox Sports Go with Replay Video Capture, saving every last pass, touchdown, instant replay and incredible halftime moment to watch again and again. Replay Video Capture is the only way to legally record the Super Bowl to record the Super Bowl, so you can capture all the action, amazement, and hilariously elaborate commercials without a care in the world.

Just open Replay Video Capture, start the live stream, and click Record! Here’s how:

 

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The Top Events to Stream & Save From ESPN3 This Year

ESPN3 is an online streaming service that focuses both on live streaming and replaying global sports events to fans in the United States, and beyond. Featuring coverage of sports events like FIFA World Cup global qualifiers, North American Soccer League, NCAA college football and NCAA college basketball, Major League Baseball, competitive eating contests and more, ESPN3 is a favorite for fans of just about any official sport.

See everything else live streaming on ESPN3 with their interactive schedule right here. Watch and record all of these awesome live streaming ESPN3 experiences using the power of Replay Video Capture — you can capture every major sporting event and save them forever!

Australian Open

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Our favorite annual tennis tournament is back! The 2017 Australian Open starts today and is being hosted at Melbourne Park. The first tennis Grand Slam tournament of the year, the Australian Open will consist of events for singles, doubles and mixed doubles teams. You can live stream the 2017 Australian Open from ESPN3 online, and record it all with Replay Video Capture.

Dates: January 16 – 29 2017

International Cricket

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We’re already in the thick of the 2016-2017 International Cricket season, with highlights hit in Bangladesh’s first ever Test victory over England, South Africa’s third consecutive Test series victory against Australia, and many more intense moments. Don’t miss the rest of the season, wrapping up in April – you can live stream International Cricket from ESPN3 online, and record every match with Replay Video Capture.

Dates: September 2016 – April 2017

NCAA College Basketball

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More than 11 million people across the United States tuned into the March Madness tournament in 2016, helping to make this year’s NCAA College Basketball season even more widely enjoyed. With the season well underway, you won’t want to miss any critical game before the Final Four are decided in Glendale, Arizona on April 3 – live stream college basketball from ESPN3 online and record every game with Replay Video Capture!

Dates: November 2016 – April 2017

CrossFit Games

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Time to get out those oversize tires and get fit – The 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games are just a few months away! For those who get their kicks pushing themselves to the physical limit, you won’t want to miss any of the qualifying events happening this summer. Fans can live stream the 2017 CrossFit games from ESPN3 online and record every muscle-busting moment with Replay Video Capture.

Dates: August 1 – August 6

FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017

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In some historic news, India will be hosting the next FIFA tournament (their first time ever hosting an event like this). In the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup, 24 teams will qualify for the final tournament – one from host country India, and 23 from six separate continental competitions. Be sure not to miss any of the qualifying rounds happening this Fall — you can live stream the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup on ESPN3 and record it all with Replay Video Capture.

Dates: October 2017

 

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The Best Podcasts for Photography Lovers & Creatives

Photography is an art form, a thoughtful process, and way to focus your creative energy as well as preserve memories. Though it may seem counterintuitive at first to listen to a podcast on such a visual subject, photography podcasts are an amazing outlet for budding (and more seasoned) photographers to learn and develop their craft, as well as keep up with new photo trends.

As lovers of both, we put together a shortlist of our favorite photography podcasts — you can record and save them all using Replay Radio, and listen to them anywhere on-the-go, armed with your best photography gear.

1. Photography Tips from the Top Floor

If you’re into relaxed, casual conversations, this is the photography podcast for you. Photography Tips from the Top Floor is hosted by instructor/photography expert Chris Marquardt and follows a pattern of answering listener questions, talking about events, and offering up helpful tips in an easy-to-digest format — it’s a must-listen for beginners and pros alike.

2. The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame is a weekly podcast hosted by photographer, former technical engineer for Nikon, and associate editor for an array of photography magazines – Ibarionex Perello. The podcast is dedicated to conversing with world renowned photographers and learning more from there techniques.

3. Martin Bailey Photography Podcast

Tokyo-based photographer Martin Bailey delivers a podcast that’s equal parts informative and inspirational. In the Martin Bailey Photography Podcast, you’ll discover new photo-capturing techniques, the best gear for your buck, and even answers to some of the questions you’ve always wondered about photography.

4. The Digital Story

The Digital Story delivers a fresh, tech-meets-photography podcast every week, so there’s always something new to listen to. Covering topics from general tips, to reviews, to insights and in-depth experiences, host Derrick Story provides an experienced perspective to the photography podcast world.

5. Thoughts on Photography

Thoughts on Photography shared some of the most timely stories, trends and thoughts surrounding the photography industry, as well as what photography means to society as a whole. Though it’s not being updated with new episodes anymore, host Brian McGuckin built up a generous roster of interviews with the photography experts covering a wide range of topics that are timeless.

 


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