Correct, and who care if it is even 1 minute late, if I get full HD commercial free coverage, and I'm the one choosing the cameras from which I want to watch. I have NBA on demand package, and it works superb
You don't understand. If timing screen is 30s ahead of actual Live feed, then you're spoiling your own race by looking at the timings, which kinda defeats the point of buying access to it.Gerhardsa wrote: ↑Thu Mar 01, 2018 12:44 pmI really dont see the point of your post?NathanOlder wrote: ↑Thu Mar 01, 2018 12:36 pmI wonder how "live" it will be, when ever I have watched online motorsport (which isn't often) was the online channel for the blancpain world endurance and it was a good 10-15 seconds behind live.
With F1 I watch it on my TV with SkySports F1, My Tablet on the live timing via the official app (which is about 5 seconds ahead of Live TV) and I will have my Mobile Phone on the Track Map via the Official App. So where the Tablet and Phone info is ahead by a good 5 seconds , I seem to look at that more than the Tv. Plus the live timing tells you everything you need yo know.
So will F1 TV be completely live ?
another reason i question it is because of App's like SkyGo, they are a good 30-60 seconds behind whats on TV, so hardly live.
will be interesting to see.
Its being streamed when the race is on...that's live streaming. If its a second or a minute behind the actual "sitting in the grandstand" action...who cares? It makes absolutely zero difference
Knowing what's going on in the race further down from ~5 place in a chaotic race is impossible without the app though. I agree the app should have some kind of delay function integrated.
Yeah its a bit silly, but I don't feel too bad as this service doesn't really add much to what we already have. I could never get rid of SkyTv as I watch too much sport (Golf, Snooker, MotoGP, Superbikes, Football) So as this F1TV is not available to me, I can't spend more money on it
Agree, live timing is just what matters when u want to understand how the race is developing. I remember watching more at the live timing, then watching the TV because it was more excitingNathanOlder wrote: ↑Thu Mar 01, 2018 1:02 pmI remember once I had to record a race and watch it the next day, was on the way back from my honeymoon, and I managed to avoid the results, and then download the live timing and got them to play at the same time. was hard work (mainly avoiding the result) but it worked. like you say Juzh they should add a function to let the end user sync the live timing with their TV.
Life without the Live Timing App is NOT worth living .