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Topic # 206135 11-Dec-2016 14:01
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I can't seem to find any information on the resolution or frequency of the HDMI signal from the new Sky box.

 

I ask because I am looking at HDMI capture cards and one says it only accepts 1080/24 as would come from a BD player, but not 1080/50 or 60. I would guess that what passes for high definition from Sky would most likely be 1080i or 720p, but I can't find anything that actually says so.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1686034 11-Dec-2016 14:19
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  Reply # 1686049 11-Dec-2016 15:00
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 I was just there and for some reason couldn't find that. Colour me hopeless and thank you very much.

 

 





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  Reply # 1686060 11-Dec-2016 15:15
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Its deinterlaced in the box so you may find you get smaller and better captures if you set the box to 1080i50 and then deinterlace in software since real time deinterlace often has glitches that software is smarter enough to avoid.





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  Reply # 1686084 11-Dec-2016 15:29
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OK, thanks for that tip!

 

 





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