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  Reply # 319054 15-Apr-2010 21:07
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DjShadow: Apparently the channel is already loading on DVB-T on channel 9 (if you can't see it, do a rescan and it should show) - the coming soon logo
Just tried scanning DVB-S and not found it


will check dvb-t now

just checked and its there playing weird music http://i44.tinypic.com/fktso6.jpg

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  Reply # 319055 15-Apr-2010 21:17
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I can see it from Wharite. Just a static picture right now...



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  Reply # 319066 15-Apr-2010 21:34
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its here on Auckland dvb-t for me. Just a screen showing Launches May 1

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  Reply # 319070 15-Apr-2010 21:37
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Streamz: its here on Auckland dvb-t for me. Just a screen showing Launches May 1


yes video bitrate is h.264 max is 5100kbps stays aroynd 2900kbps audio max is 128kbps stays around 115kbps tho audio is aac so it still sounds good a low bitrate

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  Reply # 319072 15-Apr-2010 21:38
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Here is the colour logo to add to your guides


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  Reply # 319073 15-Apr-2010 21:41
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Asmodeus: Here is the colour logo to add to your guides



here is a screen shot of the pic from the channle


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  Reply # 319092 15-Apr-2010 22:20
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Hmm that logo is actually not the quite the same shape as all my other logos which annoys me

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  Reply # 319143 16-Apr-2010 00:18
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if its insomnia etc but during the day I will be somewhat happy since there is little FM signal here to listen to when working.




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  Reply # 319188 16-Apr-2010 07:50
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Its broadcasting on DVB-S here.




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  Reply # 319239 16-Apr-2010 10:14
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naggyman: Its broadcasting on DVB-S here.


great

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  Reply # 319429 16-Apr-2010 15:40
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farcus:
Deev8: Of course no TV company can please all of the people all of the time, but from my point of view Mediaworks already have one channel that I rarely watch (C4), one channel that's useful about once per month (TV3 Plus1) and now they are introducing another that I may never watch.


I actually watch TV3+1 more than any other channel. Find it pretty convenient.

I don't really have any problem with TV3 Plus1, except that it would be even more useful in avoiding conflicts if it was TV3 Plus2. I should also add that it's a shame that TV3 Plus1 downscales any TV3 HD content.

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  Reply # 319509 16-Apr-2010 20:25
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It's showed up on DVB-T in Christchurch.

I've created this logo if anyone needs it, the styling came from a logo set I found here on Geekzone a year or so ago.

Edit: I tried uploading it but it converted it to JPEG which removed the transparency. Here's another attempt:



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  Reply # 319524 16-Apr-2010 21:51
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I think the audio on DVB-S version sounds noticably better to me than the DVB-T version.

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  Reply # 319610 17-Apr-2010 10:11
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grolschie: I think the audio on DVB-S version sounds noticably better to me than the DVB-T version.


dvb-t ausio is 128kbps max and it stays around 115kbps aac

and dvb-s is 192kbps mp2

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  Reply # 319617 17-Apr-2010 10:31
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This would just be on the TV3 transponder wouldn't it?




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