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Topic # 113761 27-Jan-2013 13:35 Send private message

Is anyone else watching the 3News live stream of the NZ International Airshow at the moment?  For me it's VERY jumpy.  From what I can see my internet connection is fine...

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  Reply # 751480 27-Jan-2013 13:36 Send private message

yea its crap here too




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  Reply # 751481 27-Jan-2013 13:37 Send private message

yep, rather jumpy..




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  Reply # 751483 27-Jan-2013 13:38 Send private message

Maybe they're broadcasting it via 3G or something. Either that or it's the 1080p resolution... :P



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  Reply # 751484 27-Jan-2013 13:40 Send private message

I'm hoping they get it sorted before Jetman comes on, but I'm not holding my breath...

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  Reply # 751497 27-Jan-2013 14:48 Send private message

SamF: I'm hoping they get it sorted before Jetman comes on, but I'm not holding my breath...

Just as well you didn't...



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  Reply # 751500 27-Jan-2013 14:50 Send private message

Lol.

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  Reply # 751502 27-Jan-2013 15:12 Send private message

They using Mega servers. ;)

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  Reply # 751523 27-Jan-2013 16:39 Send private message

if you have ever used any kind of live stream, on demand stream or even just the TV3 website then you would have absolutely no reason to expect that the airshow stream would be without fault.



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  Reply # 751548 27-Jan-2013 17:27 Send private message

It's not that it was 'without fault', it's just that it was 'completely unwatchable'. :)

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