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Feed_Freak

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Same today


sky UK?

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Galaxy 19
4140 H 29860
DVB-S2 8psk
3/5 FEC
Pilot Off
4:2:2 H.264
Static screen with Masters Yellow.


Same today
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Some minor changes today.
Galaxy 19
4140 H 29860
DVB-S2 QPSK
2/3 FEC
Pilot Off
4:2:2 H.264
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Galaxy 19
4020 H 34000
DVB-S2 8psk
2/3 FEC
Pilot ON
4K - HEVC
Amen Backup

Very weak at 7 dB.


Signal back today.
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4K feed help.... The 4k feed scans in Ok with quality at 85%, but I have sound and a black screen. Using LAV filters. Anybody have a hint to get a Pic?

Thought I should add that I have the 4K feeds on SES1 at 101 deg playing just fine.



I have video with LAV and SmartDVB.  But video is in slow jerky motion.
CPU is around 70%.  What program are you using?
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photoman---- I use dvbviewer. As I said, I get all the 4k feeds on SES1 and at 127deg NASA just fine. I changed the renderer to madvr and got a picture but it's jerky and pixilating. My CPU is running between 21 and 25%.  If somebody has it good, please post your filters to include renderer. I've tried most combinations but no luck.

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SES 2
3771 V 15000
DVB-S2 8psk
5/6 FEC
Pilot On

World feed
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sky UK?


Yes

sky feed 4:2:2/h.264

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amc 15 11949 h 14000
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Yes

sky feed 4:2:2/h.264

unscrambled
amc 15 11949 h 14000


shame the feed doesn't appear over this side of the pond.

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SES 2 87W 3794 V 7500

Doesn't seem to have any sound at this time. Looks to be same as SES 2 87W 3771 V 15000 feed but about 3-4 seconds behind (and no sound).

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AMC 15 11936H/6110 
TSN feed that appears to have no sound.
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SES 2
3771 V 15000
DVB-S2 8psk
5/6 FEC
Pilot On

World feed

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Signal back today.


Photoman76 ... you are not missing much ... scan as AMEN backup  and only has audio ...

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G3

3791 H 14999
S2 8PSK 5/6
4:2:2 h.264

Scans as
LIVE FROM SAT FEED
Mike

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Saturday active at g19 4140 H 29860
4:2;2/H.264
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