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# 109836 27-Sep-2012 14:37
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Anyone figured out which one is which?

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  # 692284 27-Sep-2012 14:48
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 Best way is find someone with a certified box to hit the info button on the channel in each area and mention the Freq and PIDs

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  # 692371 27-Sep-2012 17:26
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I guess you need to check that regional adverts are being shown at the time - otherwise it will be the same advert shown for all! Imagine it will be a little while before they actually start invoking the regional ads




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  # 692374 27-Sep-2012 17:31
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Username01: Anyone figured out which one is which?


LCNServiceService IDVideo / PIDAudio / PIDSubtitling / PIDEPG / PIDFrequency: 160E/12456 MHz/H - Bandwidth: 22.5 MBd QPSK 3/4 Transport: 21 - Network: 47      

            TV3 (Auckland)1920H.262 SD – 2 Mbit/s (720×576i) / 512  MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (192 kbit/s                   48 kHz stereo) / 650DVB RLE (rendered Teletext) / 850DSM-CC MHEG-5 / 1001 DVB Events / 18

TV3 (Waikato/BOP)1917H.262 SD – 2 Mbit/s (720×576i) / 509  MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (192 kbit/s                   48 kHz stereo) / 647

TV3 (lower north)1918H.262 SD – 2 Mbit/s (720×576i) / 510  MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (192 kbit/s                   48 kHz stereo) / 648

TV3 (south island)1919H.262 SD – 2 Mbit/s (720×576i) / 511  MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (192 kbit/s                   48 kHz stereo) / 649



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  # 692428 27-Sep-2012 19:19
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Brunzy:
Username01: Anyone figured out which one is which?


LCNServiceService IDVideo / PIDAudio / PIDSubtitling / PIDEPG / PIDFrequency: 160E/12456 MHz/H - Bandwidth: 22.5 MBd QPSK 3/4 Transport: 21 - Network: 47      

            TV3 (Auckland)1920H.262 SD – 2 Mbit/s (720×576i) / 512  MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (192 kbit/s                   48 kHz stereo) / 650DVB RLE (rendered Teletext) / 850DSM-CC MHEG-5 / 1001 DVB Events / 18

TV3 (Waikato/BOP)1917H.262 SD – 2 Mbit/s (720×576i) / 509  MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (192 kbit/s                   48 kHz stereo) / 647

TV3 (lower north)1918H.262 SD – 2 Mbit/s (720×576i) / 510  MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (192 kbit/s                   48 kHz stereo) / 648

TV3 (south island)1919H.262 SD – 2 Mbit/s (720×576i) / 511  MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (192 kbit/s                   48 kHz stereo) / 649


Very interesting, Brunzy.  Care to advise whether the feeds for TV3 (and C4) on the frequency of 12647 are technically better..?

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  # 692431 27-Sep-2012 19:29
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Username01: Very interesting, Brunzy.  Care to advise whether the feeds for TV3 (and C4) on the frequency of 12647 are technically better..?

I dunno about 12647 but the encrypted version of TV3 that I'm watching now on 12644 seems to be better.  It seems to have less compression artifacts than the others.  I don't know which region the 12644 channel is supposed to belong to because I never watch the ads.





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