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Discussion in 'DISH™ High Definition Discussion' started by hoopsbwc34, May 26, 2010.
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.
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 . Just come with your numbers . Tell us which what event is linked. Let's try Nascar races ... you got something ?
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:
The topic of this thread is not "who is rude" ... so please ...
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.
good, I did ask you what sat/tpn and time to check, but you gave whole Universe to check. Nay, that doesn't count.
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.
I don't see why not. The old 622 can keep up with the bittiest OTA and it isn't as powerful.
Why wouldn't it?
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.
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.
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.
Could you post a snapshots ?
BTW, some local stations giving out by fiber to sat providers.
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.
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.
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.
It could be in source signal, not in the air...