Oops, meant to send this to the whole list.
As a UK watcher, I didn't see the Wheelhouse set even make it onto the
choice list (it must have been after I went to bed), so I'd like to support
the request to at least make the Wheelhouse set available for those of us
that are interested.
On 23 July 2012 04:40, swd_web <joel.ellis.rea@...> wrote:
> I'm the one who started this thread, and I wasn't talking about buffering,
> sync, etc. I had some of those problems, too, but I don't blame them all on
> BHS or River Bend. There are too many factors involved. For instance, my
> sync problems happened on a PowerMac running Chrome but not on Windows also
> running Chrome.
> What I was specifically talking about was that a whole event in the
> Webcast that had been promised to us was OUTRIGHT MISSING ENTIRELY! Namely,
> the Quartet Finals Mic Test, with Wheelhouse. It wasn't in the MENU. It
> wasn't towards the end of the previous clip (Ambassadors of Harmony
> Acceptance Set). It just plain WASN'T THERE.
> That can NOT be blamed on anyone other than the folks at BHS and/or River
> Bend Media. Someone failed to include the Mic Test when slicing up the full
> Quartet Finals recorded webcast video into its sub-videos and building the
> My issue isn't that it happened. Human error happens. My issue is that we
> were not properly compensated. If we are promised seven days for our money,
> we should get SEVEN FULL days of the FULLY WORKING, FULLY AVAILABLE, ALL
> PROMISED CONTENT INCLUDED Delayed Webcast!
> If the Mic Test is missing for over six-and-a-half days, and is finally
> put up and made available in the final hours (as it was), then the
> seven-day clock should be RESET, and started at THAT point, at LEAST for
> the Finals (it could be argued that the other things, such as the Quartet
> Quarter and Semi Finals, Chorus, and Collegiate contests, and AIC show,
> were fine all along and so could've rightly been allowed to expire after
> the original seven days, if in fact no significant sub-clip was missing
> from any of them as it was for the Quartet Finals).
> THAT is my issue.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Donna Whitehouse <leahdon26@...> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm really not sure if it was *all* BHS's fault. I found that it was
> > skipping and repeating, but by taking the cursor point back before the
> > point when I had the problem, it was ok. Is that a transmission issue or
> > reception issue? It was irritating though that you couldn't buffer, as we
> > do have a poor network, so I wanted to buffer each section before
> > to stop the pauses.
> > It's a shame the between competitors sections isn't a wee bit longer (I
> > understand why it isn't ) as I'd have loved to have heard Brian et al's
> > comments on each performance, although it was nice to see them talk to
> > previous competitor each time.
> > Donna
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