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#268272 9-Mar-2020 16:11
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The web site still shows movies (channel 30 up) as HD, but on Sky Guide there's no HD after the channel name.

 

As all other channels have HD after name wondering what's going on there.


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  #2435135 9-Mar-2020 16:15
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Been that way for a little while now hasn't it?

 

Since they renamed the movie channels to things like Family Movies, Extra Movies, Classic Movies etc.




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  #2435140 9-Mar-2020 16:24
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Just noticed it.

 

I changed it to West World pop up which has no HD after it either, put the decoder on Pass Through and TV reported it as a 1080i picture.

 

So can no longer tell what's HD by looking at channel name.


 
 
 
 


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  #2435141 9-Mar-2020 16:24
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Yes they have dropped HD from their long standing HD channels. I'm sure it was mentioned here previously, or via press release.

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  #2446823 26-Mar-2020 08:50
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Just for your Interest - Most of Skys HD Channels are in 1440 x 1080..

 

The Freeview Channels, Tv1 , TV2 and Channel 3 are in 1920 x 1080i.

 

 

 

 


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