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A Live Streaming Website and Television Production Company
What's On Vallejo Community Access Television Right Now
Pay Per View Streaming Only
If Streaming has Stopped
If you loose your stream while watching the game, refresh your page and click play again.
If have been watching a game for almost 3 hours and it stops for some odd reason, refresh you page and click play again. The max time of streaming is 3 hours and we have to immediately restart the streaming.
Bay Area Sports TV's DaCast Page
Create a account with email and password on DaCast to watch Pay Per View games on BASTV CLICK HERE
Pay Per View Video and Youtube
BASTV;s Pay Per View Live Streaming videos will not post on Youtube.
New Post Game Video Rules
BASTV will only post game highlights on Youtube instead of the whole game. Coaches of those teams in the video will be the only persons who may have a copy of the game for a fee of $25.
BASTV on Ustream Page
Some games recorded and streamed are also played back on Vallejo Community AccessTelevision.
The weekly schedule is Saturday's 3 pm, Sundays 12 pm and Wednesday's 12 pm
High school games play on VCAT first before displayed on BASTV.
What Goes Into A Live Stream Or Recording Production
Prior to the date of a live stream or recording production all the information is needed about the event including company logos, names and titles of everyone involved from the talent to people helping with the event. This information will get constructed into graphics to display at the beginning, during and end of the video. Creating graphics for team rosters, sponsorship information, production roster can take 4 to 8 hours alone. Streaming is done by mobile internet connection which can take 1 GB per hour and which the service provider we use cost $100/month for 8 GB.
For most places days before event it's best to plan where cameras will be set up and given event list and sequence information. Day of event there's a set up time which could be 2 to 3 hours before start time. In all, before any cameras are recording or streaming, 8 to 12 hours can go into production preparation.
Post Production after the event is over and if there isn't anything that's needed to edit out, video is ready to put on DVD's and/or upload to Youtube, Vemeo, etc.