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Topic # 25604 26-Aug-2008 22:39
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Why isn't there a teletext service on TV3 DVB-T?
I used to be able to get it on DVB-S.
No problem on TV1/2 though. I sometimes
need to watch with sub-titles on.

Also, can I confirm that you can't get Stratos on DVB-S?

Thanks !

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  Reply # 160007 26-Aug-2008 22:58
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p1noy: Why isn't there a teletext service on TV3 DVB-T?
I used to be able to get it on DVB-S.
No problem on TV1/2 though. I sometimes
need to watch with sub-titles on.

Also, can I confirm that you can't get Stratos on DVB-S?

Thanks !


TV3 don't current transmit a TT stream on DVB-T

Stratos is DVB-S only, and isn't on DVB-T at present.




Generally known online as OpenMedia, now working for Red Hat New Zealand as a Solution Architect for all things Linux, Virtual and of course Cloud. Still playing with MythTV and digital media on the side.

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  Reply # 160078 27-Aug-2008 10:19
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In transcoding some TV i saw subtitle files generated for some adverts. Was TVNZ6 and TV1

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