NFL 2019 Schedule Week # 12

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  1. Gary Toma

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    NFL 2019 Schedule
    Attached is the weekly NFL Schedule, customized for Directv SundayTicket Subscribers

    Time Zone Specific
    Schedules are provided for each US Time Zone; note the attachment names to identify the correct PDF for your time zone.

    Some timezone schedules are in Post #2


    Customize Your Schedule
    In the current Acrobat Reader, use the Tools/Fill & Sign option to enter your own custom National and Regional channel information.

    National Broadcasts
    Add your LIL (Local-Into-Local) or DNS (Distant Network Service) CBS, FOX and NBC channel numbers to your schedule.

    Regional Broadcasts
    Find in advance which regional games your local CBS and FOX affiliates will be carrying by referencing online TV Distribution Maps. Add your local broadcast information to customize your schedule. DMA maps are available beginning Wednesday in the week preceding the game.

    The Distribution Maps provide the announcer assignments for all the games. Announcer assignments for an additional two weeks are also available.

    Regional Blackouts
    Directv is required to blackout a SundayTicket game that would duplicate programming by your local CBS or FOX affiliate

    Not Sold Out Blackouts
    Not-sold-out blackouts have been rescinded again for this season.

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    This_Link is the source for the Schedules.
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  2. the2130

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    The schedule shows Fox and ESPN telecasts in 720P. They have been 1080P for some time.
     
  3. Gary Toma

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    Sorry -- I truly wish you were right. Unfortunately, both FOX and ESPN are still broadcast in 720P resolution. It does not impact football, but ABC also broadcasts in 720P.

    FOX, however, **IS** doing eleven (11) Thursday Night Football games in 4K. The first one is 9/26/19. We -hope- that Directv will be carrying those games (simulcast) on NFLNETWORK/212.
     
  4. TheRatPatrol

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    Native resolution has been removed from Genie receivers.
     
  5. Kingusc

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    Hey Gary - this is a fantastic thing you do. It is certainly appreciated weekly.

    I do have a question for you however that is kinda unusual. What font are you using on the channel numbers? I'm using Apple's Preview app so I can't figure it out on my own. And for my guests on Sunday, I like to use your guide but I add my local channels and any bets we've made on the games, etc. I just can't figure out the font to match the channel numbers (and font matching apps are not helping me). If you have a moment, I'd be curious. No big deal.
     
  6. the2130

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    Thanks, I didn't realize those networks were still 720P.
     
  7. Gary Toma

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    So -- For Thursday Night Football games you can watch the games in:


    720P as provided by your local FOX affiliate (1080p downscaled for distribution)

    1080i as provided on channel 212 by NFL Net (1080p re-scaled to 1080i)

    4k as upscaled by FOX, in 24 FPS if you tune to 105 from a previous 1080i channel

    4k as upscaled by FOX, in 60 FPS if you tune to 105 from a previous 720p channel
     
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  8. Gary Toma

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    Most of the Schedule layout is accomplished using the 'Eurostile' font. The channel numbers and times are all in Eurostile.
     
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  9. hjplano

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    Wait what ? Last week, or two, 105 on Thursday nights nfl game has been unwatchable , jerky stuttering. Anyone else get this too ?
     
  10. Gary Toma

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    Yup - those are all the symptoms -- when you watch a 4K broadcast after tuning to it from a 1080 channel. That is 24 FPS you are complaining about. We ALL agree, it is lousy.
    Read through THIS THREAD to get up to speed. Please
     

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