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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 674129 19-Aug-2012 07:14
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Yip, it's back again. It's only with a live feed and only on sky sport 2. An interim fix is to do a live pause for a few seconds and then begin to watch it. This will remove all the stutters and you will be watching it only a few seconds behind. Must be something to do with the live transmission. I don't understand why this keeps happening. They manage to fix it and then it comes back again. Very poor Sky! At least my fix works and you can watch it stutter free.

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  Reply # 674223 19-Aug-2012 13:13
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Yeah, I was doing that last year for a bit last year, worked a treat. Weird that it is only on the league and no matter where the games are played.

It's above me. :)

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  Reply # 674579 20-Aug-2012 14:36
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I saw this too recently I'm pretty sure it was the first premier league game 145am Sunday morning liverpool west brom

I also noticed really crappy live performance during a lot (but not all) of the Olympics, but put it down to the outgoing signal from London maybe...

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  Reply # 674828 20-Aug-2012 21:46
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The game tonight looks pretty good so not sure why the weekend ones looked like Er, rubbish. :-)

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