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Here’s Where You Can Watch & Record 2018 Super Bowl LII Online

The Super Bowl LII matchup is set and we’re counting the days until the chosen teams duke it out for the championship title.

The Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots will be gracing the field together for the first time in over a decade. In fact, this will be the Eagles’ first revisit to the Super Bowl since 2005, when they were bested by the Patriots. Will this be their chance for vindication? Keep in mind that the Patriots currently hold five wins, and this year, are making a record 10th appearance at the Super Bowl overall. That’s a first for any other team out there.

On the halftime schedule, Justin Timberlake will be taking the stage to promote his new album. Other musical acts on the roster include Pink singing the National Anthem, and “Hamilton” star and Tony-award winner Leslie Odom Jr. will sing “America the Beautiful” during the pre-game show.

Where to Watch the 2018 Super Bowl Online

Super Bowl LII will be aired live from the U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 4, 2018, starting at 3:30pm PT / 6:30 p.m. ET.

NBC will broadcast this year’s Super Bowl, with Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth on the call and Michele Tafoya reporting from the sidelines. You’ll also be able to stream the game on NBC Sports Live for every last touchdown.

How to Record the Super Bowl

Super Bowl viewers can record the live stream of Super Bowl 52 from NBC Sports Live 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, so you can capture all the action, amazement, and entertainment 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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Check out the Replay Video Capture User Guide for more in-depth information on how the software works, or reach out to us if you have any questions. 

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:

 

Get Replay Video Capture for PC    Get Replay Video Capture for Mac

 

Check out the Replay Video Capture User Guide for more in-depth information on how the software works, or reach out to us if you have any questions. 

How to Record & Save Super Bowl 50

The biggest night in football is taking over our very own Bay Area for an intense end to the 2015 season.

Super Bowl 50 is pitting the Carolina Panthers (15-1 regular season) against the Denver Broncos (12-4), and will feature Coldplay and Beyoncé running the halftime show for an event you can’t miss out on.

While your norm may be heading down to the crowded local bar to soak in the energy, you can also get in on the action for free right from your own couch! CBS Sports is live streaming the entire championship and halftime show online, and you can capture it all with Replay Video Capture.

Get yourself hyped up – Super Bowl 50 is just around the corner! And, if Carolina’s Thomas Davis (currently injured with a broken arm) has vowed to play on, you’ve got no excuse not to make it.

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The Most Exciting Live Streaming Events for 2016

If you’re anything like us, January brings excitement for the upcoming bustle of live events that we’ve been tuning into for years. Beyond the obvious excitement that settles in, it brings about feelings of nostalgia, community and tradition.

As global celebrations, major sporting events and award shows — like the Golden Globes this past weekend — have begun their shift into the digital age and adapt to current needs, more and more of these renowned live experiences are supporting online streaming formats.

With today’s streaming services, combined with the recording power of Applian software, you can get ahead of every one of these major live events happening in 2016 and capture them forever!

Super Bowl 50

When: FEBRUARY 7 // 3:25 PST & 6:25 EST

Get ready for all the grabs, kicks and passes you can handle. Happening in our very own Bay Area, Super Bowl 50 is going to be one to remember – and you can steam and record it all from the comfort of your couch!

Stream the Super Bowl live through NBC, and record all of the spontaneous action, half time madness, and winning touchdowns with Replay Video Capture.

February Republican & Democratic Debates

When: JANUARY 14 (Republican) // 6:00 PST & 9:00 EST and FEBRUARY 11 (Democratic) // 6:00 PST & 9:00 EST

PBS NewsHour will be producing, broadcasting and streaming the upcoming Democratic debate, live from The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and hosted by PBS’ own Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff. Before the Democrats have their fun, however, FOX Business Network is set to live stream the Republican Debate this week on January 14. Neil Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo will be moderating this debate live from the North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center.

No matter whose side you’re on, you can use Replay Video Capture to record the entire event directly from the PBS live stream.

88th Academy Awards (Oscars)

When: FEBRUARY 28 // 5:30 PST & 8:30 EST

We’re always surprised by the amount of talent that is recognized and reflected upon during the Academy Awards. Stay tuned for all of the noteworthy nominees announced this week, then be sure to download Replay Video Capture to watch and record the whole live ceremony from your own computer!

NCAA March Madness

When: MARCH 15 – APRIL 4

A tradition rooted in, well… madness, March Madness is one of the most adrenaline-packed ongoing events in all of basketball. Lucky for those NCAA subscribers, every game will be live streamed online! And, if you’re using a TV provider partnered with the NCAA for March Madness, you can view and record it all with Replay Video Capture.

2016 Summer Olympics

When: AUGUST 5 – 21

Rio de Janeiro is the perfect backdrop to our upcoming Olympics! We can’t wait for all of the diving, boxing, canoeing, and gymnastics action – and NBC Sports will be streaming all the action online! Check out the full Summer Olympics 2016 live stream schedule here before the action begins and get ready to record with Replay Video Capture.

Download the best Applian software today to record all of the most exciting live events happening in 2016.

Know Your Recording Rights (and Your Super Bowl Commercials)

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Whew. What a game last Sunday! We could barely pull ourselves from our screen — especially in those last ten minutes. As we marveled in the replays and even went back to replay the streaming feed on NBC, thanks to our Replay Video Capture software, we realized that some customers and those non-Applian laymen might think that our insistence of recording this NFL game might be (*gasp) illegal. Well, ladies and gentlemen, it’s not. But the NFL does a fantastic job at making you think so. An intelligent Ars Technica article that came out last week does a great job explaining why it’s not. Here’s a sample:

The NFL is also drastically overstating its case when it comes to actual copies of the game or pictures coming from it. You can record the Super Bowl. It’s been undeniably, unquestionably legal since 1984 that you can record the broadcast to watch later (and skip commercials, if you’re so inclined). And the fair use doctrine that allows you to do this also lets you use those recordings for other purposes, too. If you want to use clips for commentary or criticism or news reporting of some aspect of the game or the broadcast, that’s perfectly legal, too.

So don’t fear, Applian friends. Go ahead and get your Super Bowl re-watch on. Oh, and if you missed all of the advertising action because of the NBC stream, we highly recommend that you check out this full recap of the multi-million-dollar spots.

Our personal favorite, and slightly underrated, was the pitch-perfect Sarah Silverman and Chelsea Handler commercial from T-Mobile. We hope it’s an ongoing theme, because we love seeing comedians do what they do best — make fun of themselves and each other:

Enjoy the Super Bowl with Replay Video Capture 7

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What a season of football! And it’s all about to end in a week with the Super Bowl. Specifically, a game between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks. If you’re like us then you aren’t just watching it for the end score, but also for the halftime show, the expensive commercials, and the pre-game commentary. Now, you don’t even need to watch it from the ugly jumbo TV in that noisy pub you hate, you can actually stream it LIVE on your PC through NBC. Which also means that you can record all of the spontaneous action and hilarity with your copy of Replay Video Capture 7.

In fact, one of our favorite parts of watching the NFL is pretending we’re the Bad-Lip Reading folks and coming up with our own witty quips in the mouths of 200+ lb. athletes.  If you record and capture the game on February 1st, you can even make one for yourself! And just in case you missed it, they released the new NFL Bad-Lip Reading 2015, so be sure to check it out below for inspiration. Oh, and don’t forget to grab Replay Video Capture before kickoff on Sunday!

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