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Reply # 150503 22-Jul-2008 22:33
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funny how the big tv screen just after the chicane was in widescreen, but we weren't :D

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  Reply # 150575 23-Jul-2008 10:52
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Zippity: Sunday's F1 German GP wasn't broadcast in widescreen Cry

Maybe Hungary in 2 weeks will be...........................


Both F1 & MotoGP on SS Highlights last night were in WS, but yet again the replay/extended highlights are on SS3 today so will be in NS. Hungary should be sweet tho... And hopefully SS3 will be sorted before the next MotoGP on August 17.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 152564 29-Jul-2008 22:12
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just to satisfy my curiosity, I hooked up my other decoder, it seems that Sky are now running at a more acceptable bitrate too.  Golf highlights and athletics seemed to be hovering around the 4.5-5mb/s, which is a massive improvement on the 3-3.5 it was previously on.

In saying that, Freeview still craps over all of that Undecided

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  Reply # 152571 29-Jul-2008 22:56
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allstarnz: just to satisfy my curiosity, I hooked up my other decoder, it seems that Sky are now running at a more acceptable bitrate too.  Golf highlights and athletics seemed to be hovering around the 4.5-5mb/s, which is a massive improvement on the 3-3.5 it was previously on.

In saying that, Freeview still craps over all of that Undecided


So how do you know the bitrates? Have you got a box that displays them?

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  Reply # 152629 30-Jul-2008 10:20
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stuzzo: So how do you know the bitrates? Have you got a box that displays them?


yes, I can see the bitrates but not decrypt the signal Wink.  The signal doesn't need to be decrypted to see what bitrate the streams run at.

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