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Master Geek


  #880360 18-Aug-2013 00:25
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on a broadband connection at 3000kbps its rubbish,very blurry and jerky,some one would have to pay me to join.

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Geek


  #880361 18-Aug-2013 00:30
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Decent Quality here.

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek


  #880364 18-Aug-2013 00:33
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Good live coverage here. can stream it at 3000kbps easily as but when it comes to a 20 second highlight clip it just buffers and buffers and buffers.

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Master Geek


  #880366 18-Aug-2013 00:42
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Good quality here at a constant 3k. Only thing wrong is the score.

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Master Geek


  #880367 18-Aug-2013 00:53
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i have tried it on chrome,firefox and explorer and the are all rubbish,to blurry and jerky for me.

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Master Geek


  #880368 18-Aug-2013 01:01
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I went into Chrome's settings and deselected the enable hardware acceleration button and it seems to have made a decent improvement, much less jerky anyway.

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Uber Geek


  #880369 18-Aug-2013 01:11
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Looking at the plp twitter feed, seems to be a mixed bag of experiences. Quite a few people loving it and finding the quality to be good, other people moaning.

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  #880371 18-Aug-2013 01:21
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I'm impressed. Been watching for 10 minutes or so on my Macbook and I think its great. It's like having MySky - you can pause, fastforward and rewind the play. No buffering so far (on VDSL).

The quality is not as bad as people are making it out to be. I wouldn't describe it as being HD, but then they are not marketing it as being HD. I'd be inclined to call it high quality SD.

There's some macroblocking around the grass, particularly when the camera pans, as well as in the other obvious areas of motion, however it is very watchable.

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Master Geek


  #880374 18-Aug-2013 01:39
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try it on ordinary broadband like have and its rubbish,they would have to pay me to get it.

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Uber Geek


  #880375 18-Aug-2013 01:40
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My quality jumped around. One minute it's really good and the next its jerky, blocky and downright terrible.

At least we got the deserved result.

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Master Geek


  #880376 18-Aug-2013 01:47
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Going for broke now. More than happy with the Liverpool v Stoke feed, I've queued up 4 games to watch live. Lets see what happens.

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Master Geek


  #880377 18-Aug-2013 01:48
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I need a remote for the laptop.

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Master Geek


  #880378 18-Aug-2013 01:53
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Very impressed with the 4 screen mode.

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Master Geek


  #880379 18-Aug-2013 01:56
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@Dororke

Do you find that in 4 screen mode the games don't play at 3000kbps?

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Geek


  #880380 18-Aug-2013 02:00
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Jesusni am now watching Norwich, the sheer novelty of so much footie! I will have jetlag at the weekends from now on! Quality was better than I expected but still not fantastic, have swapped to safari and looking a bit better now. 100 percent better than waiting for Motd though!

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