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    Default 4:2:0 feed.How to open?


    Hi m8s
    How to open 15W feed 4:2:0 (CNN.Fox etc) using Skystar2?
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    You will need a professional receiver to access 4-2-0 and 4-2-2, to my knowledge there are no domestic receivers , [at a domestic price] that can access these systems
    Some satellite computer cards will do it, but I'm told the picture can be unstable
    regards from OZ bassett

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    Smile 4:2:2

    Some info in your post are incorrect bassett, 4:2:2 feeds can be viewed without any problem using a DVB card and Codec. I saw hours and hours of 4:2:2 feed last year on my old P4 1.7 GHz 384MB 133MHz SDRAM computer without a single problem.

    Asiasat 100E have many free and encrypted feeds.Both 4:2:0 and 4:2:2 feeds are available from the satellite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anishpsla View Post
    Some info in your post are incorrect bassett, 4:2:2 feeds can be viewed without any problem using a DVB card and Codec. I saw hours and hours of 4:2:2 feed last year on my old P4 1.7 GHz 384MB 133MHz SDRAM computer without a single problem.

    Asiasat 100E have many free and encrypted feeds.Both 4:2:0 and 4:2:2 feeds are available from the satellite.
    Yeah....but what abt 4:2:0?What codek need? 4:2:2 I got without any problem!
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    with AZ BOZ HD you can watch some feed in 4:2:2 format

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    Quote Originally Posted by anishpsla View Post
    Some info in your post are incorrect bassett, 4:2:2 feeds can be viewed without any problem using a DVB card and Codec. I saw hours and hours of 4:2:2 feed last year on my old P4 1.7 GHz 384MB 133MHz SDRAM computer without a single problem. .
    What don't you understand about this,,,
    Some satellite computer cards will do it, but I'm told the picture can be unstable
    regards from OZ bassett

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    Smile 4:2:2 feeds

    picture can be unstable
    I post about this. Picture is always stable. There is no need to speak about unstability.



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    Quote Originally Posted by anishpsla View Post
    I post about this. Picture is always stable. There is no need to speak about unstability.
    There is every need to talk about the quality or do you consider a Computer card worth something like a couple of hundred dollars the equal to a $5000 professional receiver the like of Alteia 942a, These things are so refined, stable pictures are the norm. But as I said there a professional machine . I borrowed one some years ago, for the weekend. There a metre square, and have 20 [yes twenty] channels.
    But that was some years ago, they probably have better models now, which are even more refined
    BUT they use 4-2-2 for fast action and movement, and a card the like of
    [email protected] or Hauppauge, simply doesn't have the capacity, and on occasions they will lock-up or pixalate, Something which is simply not expectable on a Interchange download. That is what I meant by unstable.

    Some years ago Nokia would also do 4-2-2 using DVB 2000, But again it was unstable, and the receiver did struggle.

    So tell me as your the expert and report that you have 4-2-2 working
    Picture is always stable
    What equipment are you using. and cut out the bullshit, we've been there and done that already.
    regards from OZ bassett

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    Smile 4:2:2


    Computer cards are always like this bassett, just think about the cost of a good HD receiver. It worth nearly $500 or more. But you can get any free HD channels just by adding a $50 DVB card to your omputer. All these because of the unleashed power in your PC.

    That time exact one year ago, I was using SS2 on my old P4 computer. I think the codec was by Nero. I never failed to view a feed by unstability. Some of them are scrambled. The only thing prevent me from seeing the feed. Otherwise it's stable.

    If you need some screen shot, then I am ready to post it. But I need to reposition my dish to 100E. I am thinking about it. But heavy rain prevent me from it. I hope I can do it on this sunday. I am busy these days I have holyday only on sunday. So I will try. If I am lucky, then I will definitly post screenshot of a 4:2:2 feed.

    As I post earlier, I saw hours of feed (both 4:2:0 and 4:2:2) from that satelite last year.


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