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Master Geek
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Topic # 138451 4-Jan-2014 22:40 Send private message

There is terrible video quality for NBL Adelaide:Breakers Saturday 04012014.

It seems that SKY are broadcasting the NBL.TV Internet feed.

On a large screen it looks awful and is almost unwatchable. There is  marked lag, poor resolution, and occasional pixellation - it doesnt seem to be a local satellite reception problem as (1) that wouldn't cause the lag and (2) I've phoned someone living elsewhere and they had notice similar awful video resolution.

Surely with what we pay Sky we deserve a better quality feed. Broadcasting such a poor feed only encourages customers to drop Sky and source their own feeds via the Internet.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 961314 4-Jan-2014 22:46 Send private message

Yep, I noticed that too

Probably better off asking on their facebook page and/or twitter

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 961322 4-Jan-2014 23:02 Send private message

my god, whatever is producing that feed shouldnt be allowed to produce again.

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