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Discussion in 'DISH™ High Definition Discussion' started by hoopsbwc34, May 26, 2010.

  1. Jim5506

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    Never mind!
     
  2. P Smith

    P Smith Mr. FixAnything

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    Oh, you are rude person also ... How nice off new member here !

    I'm doubt those "60 Mbps" feeds could coming during special events, in reality by many 'feed' hunters the numbers for such "big live events" not seen so high in a filed.

    We can check your numbers. I can show here real number, just pick a sat/tpn and time.
     
  3. good

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    My opinion is that you're more than rude, taking into account your attitude ... but that kind of discussion doesn't lead anywhere.

    You have doubts?!? Well, that doesn't count :D. Just come with your numbers :grin:. Tell us which what event is linked. Let's try Nascar races ... you got something :D?
    Prove me wrong :hurah:, bring me to the ground :lol:... just like you showed us all how HDCam and DVCProHD format are "from previous century" :rolling:
     
  4. James Long

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    The topic of this thread is not "who is rude" ... so please ...
    :backtotop
     
  5. Jeff_DML

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    you are going off topic but a bad signal/recording porblem l is not going to caused green pixels, that is a encoding/decoding problem. You will see macroblocking if you have a problem.
     
  6. P Smith

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    good, I did ask you what sat/tpn and time to check, but you gave whole Universe to check. Nay, that doesn't count.
     
  7. Mike109

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    Thanks for RabbitEars link. It sure has a lot of information.

    I apologize for getting off topic. With all the talk about bitrates it made me wonder if the 722K could keep up with some of the OTA bitrates.
     
  8. James Long

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    I don't see why not. The old 622 can keep up with the bittiest OTA and it isn't as powerful.
     
  9. whatchel1

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    Why wouldn't it?
     
  10. Mike109

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    I have no idea why it would or would not. But I thought I'd ask because CBS is the only OTA channel that I sometimes get green pixels at the bottom of the screen. Does not happen with CBS via sat tuner.
     
  11. dj_osbo

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    Keep in mind that the signal sent to the cable and/or satellite providers by the station is taken ahead of the over-the-air transmitter. The over-the-air signal may show problems that occur at the station after the signal is sent to the cable and/or satellite provider and therefore don't appear in the cable and/or satellite signal.
     
  12. Jeff_DML

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    I know the cable guys do that but I thought DISH pulls all their local affiliates from OTA? My local seem like they are since I see occasional multipath looking errors in the stream occasionally.
     
  13. P Smith

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    Could you post a snapshots ?
    BTW, some local stations giving out by fiber to sat providers.
     
  14. Steve

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    Perhaps DirecTV as well, at least for some of the East Coast nationals. I routinely record OTA from the Empire State Building in NYC... I'm about 18-19 miles away, and get a very good signal. On shows I've recorded both sat and OTA on different DirecTV receivers, I've often seen the same half-second bursts of pixelation and/or audio dropouts in both types of recordings. And more so on FOX than CBS, NBC, ABC or PBS, in my experience.
     
  15. James Long

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    In rare cases. In most markets DISH uses high quality OTA ATSC tuners for their feeds. There are a few direct connections but most is simple OTA reception using high quality receivers.
     
  16. Jeff_DML

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    sorry, no snapshots. I should clarify, very occasional, probably only a few times. I do get bluesparkles on my ABC affiliate, think there is a thread on it somewhere.
     
  17. P Smith

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    It could be in source signal, not in the air...
     

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