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post Jun 30 2019, 10:02 PM
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As from tomorrow SBS Viceland Channel 31 will be broadcast in HD mp4. Is the dabby compatible with that broadcast stream?

EDIT: And for those that don't know as from 1 July 2019 SBS Viceland will be broadcast only on Channel and in HD in mp4 format and Channel 32 will become SBS World Movies (a 24 hour movie channel) also in HD and broadcast in mp4 format so you will need a device/TV/PVR etc that supports broadcasting in HD mp4.
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post Jul 4 2019, 03:51 PM
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QUOTE (therat @ Jun 30 2019, 10:02 PM) *
As from tomorrow SBS Viceland Channel 31 will be broadcast in HD mp4. Is the dabby compatible with that broadcast stream?

EDIT: And for those that don't know as from 1 July 2019 SBS Viceland will be broadcast only on Channel and in HD in mp4 format and Channel 32 will become SBS World Movies (a 24 hour movie channel) also in HD and broadcast in mp4 format so you will need a device/TV/PVR etc that supports broadcasting in HD mp4.


works fine smile.gif
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post Jul 12 2019, 12:34 PM
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Ta.
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post Jul 25 2019, 07:13 PM
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Until we move to DVB-T2 anything broadcast will be handled by even ancient DVB-T devices such as the original twinhan card sold by DigitalNow. The software that decodes the program streams is where there might be problems. We might even see H.265 on DVB-T if FTA lasts that long.


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post Jul 31 2019, 11:51 PM
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QUOTE (DrP @ Jul 25 2019, 06:43 PM) *
Until we move to DVB-T2 anything broadcast will be handled by even ancient DVB-T devices such as the original twinhan card sold by DigitalNow. The software that decodes the program streams is where there might be problems. We might even see H.265 on DVB-T if FTA lasts that long.

H.265 ? hmm, a rights nightmare, last time I looked wink.gif
Rights-free av1 is probably a couple of years away, if at all biggrin.gif
DVB-T2 ... will have to look into that and see if hauppauge Quad's can handle it.


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