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  Reply # 744022 13-Jan-2013 11:58
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If it's the tv why only tv3?

Picture goes back a fraction of a second then it carries on normally. Sound and picture remain in sync.

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  Reply # 744047 13-Jan-2013 13:01
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It's NOT your TV.  Mine does exactly the same as does a neighbour's set.  Both on Mysky.  Ive not noticed it on Freeview UHF though.




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  Reply # 744155 13-Jan-2013 18:25
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I turned off all post processing and still have the issue. Has jumped a couple of times during TV3 news tonight.

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  Reply # 744158 13-Jan-2013 18:25
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We nearly always record 3 News and noticed it just before Christmas but thought it was because we were recording it and frequently fast forwarding. It only flickers for a fraction of a second and isn't a problem for us but wonder what's up? Like the OP we only see it on TV3.

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  Reply # 744160 13-Jan-2013 18:29
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It just happened now on three news.

The fisherman story where he stole a fish from a tank.

When it showed the sharks in the aquarium, it jumped there. If it happened at that time to everyone else then sky/tv3 need to get it sorted.

I might have to switch to watching one news.



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  Reply # 744171 13-Jan-2013 19:13
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Rugrat, yes I saw the picture jump at this time as well.

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  Reply # 744333 14-Jan-2013 06:17
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I have seen this too. Not sure what channel. 99% of my vieiwing is recorded.

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  Reply # 744355 14-Jan-2013 08:44
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It was quite bad last night but it appeasr to be only on sKY. i WONDER IF TV3 / Sky are aware of it?




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  Reply # 744361 14-Jan-2013 08:53
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I've been seeing this same issue on TV3 for a while now too. I thought it was a problem with the MySky box but I haven't got round to calling Sky about it yet.

And I can confirm that I saw it happen during the "fish stolen from the aquarium" as well.

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  Reply # 744404 14-Jan-2013 10:51
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I've also had this issue - BUT I have also noticed it when using live pause and when we fast-forward thru ads and get within a minute of catching up to the live broadcast - almost like the decoder doesn't quite know what it should be showing - the live broadcast or the recodrded one.

The jittering only happens on TV3 in live TV broadcasts - most notable (as mentioned above) on Graham Norton broadcasts.




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  Reply # 744440 14-Jan-2013 11:39
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I have a widescreen analog receiver CRT. There was some weird stuff on analog last night around the same time as the sports news. TV One and TV Two. It was like the aspect ratio was changing slightly at different points during the broadcast. The image also lost contrast during that time. Never seen this kind of thing before.

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  Reply # 744831 15-Jan-2013 00:13
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I thought it was our MySky HD box! It's been happening for awhile now and seems to be getting worse in this past week. Only on channel 3. 

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  Reply # 744839 15-Jan-2013 06:07
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Had it last night while watching a recored TV3 program.

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  Reply # 744864 15-Jan-2013 08:53
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gzt: I have a widescreen analog receiver CRT. There was some weird stuff on analog last night around the same time as the sports news. TV One and TV Two. It was like the aspect ratio was changing slightly at different points during the broadcast. The image also lost contrast during that time. Never seen this kind of thing before.


Mostly I have my aspect ratio set on Normal unless I'm watching a movie. In Normal I get the weird flickering aspect changes. If it set aspect ratio Auto then it goes away.

Note this is analog tv and no Sky involved. Could be a transient reception issue but never seen this before and interesting it is happening same time as the Sky issue.

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  Reply # 745279 15-Jan-2013 19:30
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We have also been seeing the skipping here.
On two different tv's being fed from one mysky box.

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