DaBronx wrote:I mentioned this in the MLB.TV thread but want to start a new thread for comments on the performance. The audio overlay on MLB.TV on the Roku rolled out to the public this weekend. It works both live and on archived games.
Before you select the feed to watch you will see below that an option labeled "TV audio feed settings" and you can select the local radio broadcast or ballpark sound (no announcers) to play over the local video telecast.
Not seeing it when I checked this morning. Just the usual which do I want, home or away, for video feed. Then again I have not seen GameDay audio for months on Roku and my account still says "Executive" even though I am premium.
So we should be looking for a new menu choice in the list that shows, for example "Home (MASN) / Away (WPIX)..." correct?
tj218 wrote:I'm in exactly the same situation. My account says executive but should be premium and I see no audio options. I'm very excited to be able to activate the radio broadcasts.No audio options exist here. My account says "executive" but it should be premium. I have tried updating in the channel store as well.
Excited for this to finally get here, can't wait till it is live for all of us.
Was the audio synched up pretty nicely to the video?
tj218 wrote:I have a Roku2 HD (not the Roku HD). Brett what Roku are you getting the audio overlay on?
tj218 wrote:Was the audio synched up pretty nicely to the video?
DaBronx wrote:tj218 wrote:Was the audio synched up pretty nicely to the video?
It's been perfect. Synced and no drops. Way more stable than the audio overlay feature on the laptop or ps3 which revert back to the tv announcers at every little glitch.
DaBronx wrote:tj218 wrote:I have a Roku2 HD (not the Roku HD). Brett what Roku are you getting the audio overlay on?
I am getting the audio overlay on my Roku2 XS.
However, my Roku1 XR-HD does not have the audio overlay option.
Where are people seeing "executive" as to their MLB.com account? When I go to audio/video subscriptions it shows that I am subscribed to mlb premium (see below):