The UEFA Euros 2016 are surging forward, continuing through July 10. The semi-finals are pitting Real Madrid teammates Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo against each other tonight (July 7) as Wales and Portugal face off, and tomorrow (July 8) France and Germany will go head-to-head.
Who will be going to the Finals? We can’t wait to find out.
From the TV to the Internet to radio, those of us who love sports love following information and opinions about the athletes and the game(s). In the most recent years, podcasts have become yet another medium for fans to keep track of their favorite teams, players and more.
There are hundreds of NFL podcasts to choose from, but Move the Sticks is a cut above the rest. With a casual vibe, it’s approachable and easy to listen to anytime. And, for anyone just starting out watching football, hosts/former scouts Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks, provide excellent insight and know-how to set you off on the right foot.
The podcast version of Baseball Tonight, hosted by the infamous Buster Olney, is said to be even better than its ESPN TV counterpart. Olney has a charisma perfect for making connections, drawing insights and asserting his own opinions into every show, making it both smart and fun. ESPN personalities, along with some writers, fill the airtime with a number of topics in the MLB world.
Perhaps one of the most widely misunderstood of sports, pro wrestling has its own segment of sports podcasts to get into the ears of fans. With the ever entertaining wrestler Colt Cabana as host, hilarious stories, commentaries, special guests and more, The Art of Wrestling will always keep you interested and updated on the WWE.
While Football Weekly isn’t about the NFL, it takes a very smart look everything in the soccer world. Hosted by a group of self-proclaimed soccer fanatics (James Richardson, Rafa Honigstein, Sid Lowe) go into intense detail every week on the happenings of various leagues, small and large. If you’re a soccer fan, or getting into the sport, we definitely recommend giving this podcast a go.
For all of your statistical analyses and firm facts, try out the podcast, Hot Takedown. Easy to listen to and informative to boot, this show is constantly proving how intelligent it is for anyone who is serious about all things in the sporting world. Game breakdowns, stats, and decisions proven right/wrong? Sign us up.
The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards for excellence in television and emerging media are finally here. This weekend, you can watch your favorite small screen stars gather to celebrate another year in the Platinum Age of Television.
Football is back. We know you know, but with more people cutting cable, and more ways to watch NCAA D1 football and the NFL than ever before, it can be a chore figuring out just how you’ll get your gridiron fix.
Fear not! We’ve collected the main sources for watching professional and college football online. You can record each and every snap, sack and tackle with Applian recording products from these streaming services, and store them in whatever format suits your needs.
The NFL is in some ways the most liberal of all pro sports – constantly adopting new rules, technologies and ideas. So it’s no surprise the NFL has started offering replays of each and every regular season game via its GamePass subscription service.
While you can’t get live games via GamePass, you can get on-demand HD replays of all 256 regular season games which you can record with Replay Video Capture. If you’re less visual and need your live fix, GamePass offers every NFL game live via audio stream, which you can easily capture and keep with Replay Radio. All you have to do is hit the “Quick Record” button at the bottom of the screen to start capturing the audio you’re playing – when finished, just tap the button again to stop recording.
ESPN covers Football, both college and pro, as vigorously as anyone. They offer football live streaming online. Check out ESPN’s filterable pro and college broadcast schedule here and use Replay Video Capture to keep the games for your own personal viewing pleasure.
To learn how to use Replay Video Capture to record and store all of your most important games this season, check out this handy video to walk you through, step-by-step:
Complete, non-live college football games are available on YouTube on the Watch College Football channel. The selection is spotty, but boy are there some gems. Use Replay Media Catcher to download classic college football from YouTube to up your fansmanship!
With a simple copy/paste action of the YouTube video’s URL into Replay Media Catcher, you can quickly and easily download the action, or turn on Auto-Mode to instantly record what’s streaming on your screen. To learn more about how to use Replay Media, watch this video:
Have a great football season, and happy capturing!
Our superstar UX lead here at Applian, Dr. Jeffrey Wilson, PhD, spends a lot of time analyzing debug logs from customers. He likes to give customers a quick 2 minute video to test record so that he can keep the logs small. So he frequently searches out these short video clips which end up playing a vital role in the data logging procedure. Needless to say, he sees quite a few videos (and other types of media).
This month, Dr. Wilson actually received this video from a recent customer. He thought it was good enough to share. Below a fictitious (or is it?) account of college soccer as it gets down to the ever-dramatic penalty shots. So good it makes our face hurt. Enjoy!
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!