TOC Videos 2012: Regan Grishaber v Tom Cameron (and Two Bonus Videos)

They’re finally here: NSD Update is wrapping up its coverage of the 2012 Jan/Feb topic with videos from the 2012 TOC, as well as remaining videos from the Hockaday Round Robin. Check back frequently for more videos.

As usual, previously-posted videos can be viewed off-site at the following locations.
Videos from the 2011 LD Debate Season collection can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/channels/ldseason2011.
Videos from the 2012 LD Debate Season collection can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/channels/ldseason2012.
Videos from all other channel collections can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/lddebate/channels.
Follow us on Twitter @LDDebateVideos for updates and news throughout the season.

The first featured round is the following: Regan Grishaber of Aliso Niguel (CA) affirms against Tom Cameron of Loyola Blakefield (MD) in R5 of the 2012 TOC.
http://www.vimeo.com/41360352

The second featured round is the following: Ryan Fink of Meadows (NV) affirms against Erwin Li of Torrey Pines (CA) in R2 of the 2012 TOC.
http://www.vimeo.com/41396894

The third featured round is the following: Adam Bistagne of Loyola (CA) affirms against Nikhil Nag of Mountain View (CA) in R5 of the 2012 TOC.
http://www.vimeo.com/41393077

For on-site navigation, we are now using this scrollable archive that allows you to access all videos from the 2011-12 season without navigating to the hub itself. Simply select a video by flipping through the thumbnails of rounds, then click play to view. Clicking the title of the round (the text highlighted in blue) allows you to navigate to the hub if you wish to read the round’s description, add a comment, or download the file.

  • So I’m aware that the audio, which is the most important part, is great, but is there any particular reason the videos are blurry/out of focus or was that just an unintentional error?

    • Anonymous

      Amyn we all can’t be great photographers and debaters like yourself. S/o to kassam photography 

    • Anonymous

      Wholly unsure. The camera itself doesn’t have a manual focus–its auto-focus has always worked fine in the past–so I assumed it was a cleaning issue. But that didn’t resolve it either.