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d1g1ta7

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DVB-S 2/3

720p video, so slower than real-time transmission
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11832 H 2893
DVB-S 2/3

720p video, so slower than real-time transmission


I don't understand why you say it would be "slower than real-time?  What do you mean by that???


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Probably nothing. The ipcleaner-processed video was reporting 10mbps bitrate, but the stream was somewhere around 2mbps.
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I remember seeing this before.
You can't really watch this in near real time, because it's not being streamed fast enough.
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Think watching netflx on dialup.
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Here is previous info about EXTV.
http://rickcaylor.websitetoolbox.com/post/galaxy-16-iptv-5145444?pid=1274971878#post1274971878
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G18
11832 H 2893
DVB-S 2/3

720p video, so slower than real-time transmission


I don't understand why you say it would be "slower than real-time?  What do you mean by that???


Probably nothing. The ipcleaner-processed video was reporting 10mbps bitrate, but the stream was somewhere around 2mbps.

Oh, OK.   But you left out the 10 Mbps part.  [smile]    I couldn't figure out how you could conclude anything about the bitrate of the video from the SR or 720p, but if it was 10 Mbps video in there, I see why you said it wouldn't be real time.   Also, the actual "stream" bitrate  of the biggest PID or mux was closer to 3.5 or 4 Mbps, and I've seen 720p at much slower bitrates than that.  A bit curious though.  I can't remember what FEC I saw on that transponder yesterday, but it looks like it's 3/4 now, not 2/3.  I wonder if they changed it?
  Also curious, yesterday, since I didn't know what EXTV was, I recorded a bit to check it out, and tried to run it through ipcleaner, however it gave me some error about not understanding the format.  But by the time I tuned it in, they might have been transmitting something else.  Right now, the PID I was seeing yesterday isn't there.

 

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