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The Owls make a quickfire return to action in the Championship on Tuesday evening at Hillsborough.

 

After slipping to a narrow and frustrating 1-0 defeat away at Millwall at the weekend, Wednesday will be out to return to winning ways when they host Luton.

 

And for this midweek clash with the Hatters, the game will be live on iFollow both in the UK and for international subscribers.

 

Wednesdayites can watch the game on iFollow with four-camera coverage and match commentary with Rob O’Neill and John Pearson!

 

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Video match passes are available to UK-based supporters for £10 and can purchased by CLICKING HERE.

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A12owl

It's also live on Sky via the red button thingy. 

If you delay the sky by about 1 minute and play the ifollow commentary you get a proper commentary and (almost) live play.  A bit fiddly to get it cinqued but usually better than the sky commentary .

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steelowl
7 minutes ago, A12owl said:

It's also live on Sky via the red button thingy. 

If you delay the sky by about 1 minute and play the ifollow commentary you get a proper commentary and (almost) live play.  A bit fiddly to get it cinqued but usually better than the sky commentary .

 

perhaps i follow could do with tips on synching their own 

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camffiti
9 minutes ago, A12owl said:

It's also live on Sky via the red button thingy. 

If you delay the sky by about 1 minute and play the ifollow commentary you get a proper commentary and (almost) live play.  A bit fiddly to get it cinqued but usually better than the sky commentary .

 

I was wondering if Sky are still doing that, this season 

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poite

Can you cast it to watch on your TV? Or do you have to watch it on a mobile device. 

 

I'll give it a go regardless but was just curious

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Ozymandias Owl
55 minutes ago, poite said:

Can you cast it to watch on your TV? Or do you have to watch it on a mobile device. 

 

I'll give it a go regardless but was just curious

You can play it on a web browser on your PC, if your PC has an HDMI cable which allows you to connect to your TVs HDMI socket. 

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prowl
8 minutes ago, Ozymandias Owl said:

You can play it on a web browser on your PC, if your PC has an HDMI cable. 

How does that work?

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OhForAnotherShez
1 hour ago, steelowl said:

 

perhaps i follow could do with tips on synching their own 

 

or even allowing the camera man to follow the ball.

I saw about 15 mins of 2nd half on Saturday and the ball was nowhere to be seen. Then about after 60 mins it sorted itself.

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Samurai Blue
15 minutes ago, OhForAnotherShez said:

or even allowing the camera man to follow the ball.

I saw about 15 mins of 2nd half on Saturday and the ball was nowhere to be seen. Then about after 60 mins it sorted itself.

 

To be fair, I think that was just Millwall's tactics.

 

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Nobsworth
30 minutes ago, prowl said:

How does that work?

 

Check the back of your TV to see if you've got a HDMI slot free (others may be connected to set top boxes, etc). 

Check to see if your laptop/PC has a HDMI connector.

Connect both using a HDMI cable (use the set top box cable if you don't have a spare).

Switch your TV onto the corresponding HDMI output (as you might have more than one slot).

Your TV should now display your laptop - if it doesn't then you may have to select the display mode on your laptop (eg: laptop only, TV only, both)

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S36 OWL
42 minutes ago, Ozymandias Owl said:

You can play it on a web browser on your PC, if your PC has an HDMI cable which allows you to connect to your TVs HDMI socket. 

 

Can someone translate this into English for us techno dummies . Cheers.

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uɐıɹɐqɯıɹ⅁

I'll have the match after the final whistle as per usual :)

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hirstys_achilles
37 minutes ago, prowl said:

How does that work?

windows 10 bottom right on task bar new notifications box click. then project square. if you have hdmi cable connected you can choose to extend, clone, tv only or both screens choice. if you have a smart tv or chromecast choose wireless display at the bottom and pc will search for cast compatible dlna or miracast devices in range

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S36 OWL
2 minutes ago, uɐıɹɐqɯıɹ⅁ said:

I'll have the match after the final whistle as per usual :)

 

I take it you  use i follow lol

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uɐıɹɐqɯıɹ⅁
Just now, S36 OWL said:

 

I take it you  use i follow lol

 

Via IPTV yes.

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Greengrass
7 minutes ago, S36 OWL said:

 

Can someone translate this into English for us techno dummies . Cheers.

 

Yeah.....don't bother with all that faffing & get the sen in the ground :image:

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A12owl

I've got a Chromecast dongly thingymajig which I use when borrowing my son's BT sport, casting from any device to tv via chrome. 

Works perfect when set up. Cost about £30 from PC world. Works with anything from laptop or phone. 

 

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Skyline

£10 for a crap stream, and 1 match only.

 

Then they wonder why so many people use illegal IPTV services. 

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Adam1867
6 minutes ago, Skyline said:

£10 for a crap stream, and 1 match only.

 

Then they wonder why so many people use illegal IPTV services. 

 

if you was to attend the game it was cost you minimum £36, add travel on top, plus food and drink, maybe a programme you are looking at nearly £50 for 1 match only.

 

Or you can pay £10 to watch it on the box. 

 

The value for money seems about right.

 

 

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Skyline
3 minutes ago, Adam1867 said:

 

if you was to attend the game it was cost you minimum £36, add travel on top, plus food and drink, maybe a programme you are looking at nearly £50 for 1 match only.

 

Or you can pay £10 to watch it on the box. 

 

The value for money seems about right.

 

 

That's true.

 

Or people pay about £50 a year for IPTV and watch as many games as they like. 

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