I will stuck on damn Clone Zone as well. I'm curious to see how well the image holds up on an HDMI output to the TV.
Hey Cardinal&Gold -
We are having an Austin Cyclone Club gamewatch at my place on Thur night. If you are interested in coming over and watching with some fellow Clones on the 60' big screen just shoot me a pm and will give you my address and some additional info. No sense in watching it alone.
Has anyone tried watching it on a PS3? I'll be attempting to do so. It should work, right? I wonder how it will turn out.
It does not work very well at all on the PS3. Your best bet by far is to plug your PC laptop in to your tv via a HDMI cable. Picture quality on all of the videos currently available on Clone Zone look almost HD quality doing this on to a 60' HDTV. So it will all come down to the quality of the stream on Thur night, which has been less than stellar in the past.....
It will be crap. Count on it. Your better off watching it on your pc monitor.
Cook out on the deck.
Log on very early to Clone Zone.
For pre game, kick your Gen Chizik bean bag around the room.
Expect to see every fifth frame by the second quarter.
Enjoy. Drink Blue Moon and munch on salsa chips.
Add some background crowd noise to your room with another speaker set.
Brag the next day at the Hawk office place how NDSU was absolutely pounded.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
I'll be watching it on CZ in KC, too many work obligations on Thursday and Friday to make it back. I wish Fox Sports would have picked it up like the SDSU game last year, but I am really glad it will be on Clone Zone at least.
Watching it on the computer is way better than nothing! Just hope it works this time.
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