Has NBC news gone to 4.2.2?

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Has NBC news gone to 4.2.2?

Post by fatso » Wed May 09, 2018 8:50 pm

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Audio but no video for me. Thought they might have gone BISS, but TSReader shows them fine. Have these gone 4.2.2/h.264 like CBS? Anyone picking them up? :spin
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Re: Has NBC news gone to 4.2.2?

Post by skink » Thu May 10, 2018 8:27 am

Someone was posting the same problem on Rick's and I think they mentioned the software in the receiver which could be the same as your own.It might be the openpli software?He has the same 4K receiver you have.

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Re: Has NBC news gone to 4.2.2?

Post by Arion » Thu May 10, 2018 10:10 am

That's me. Running the Zgemma with OpenPLI 6.2 test release. The 12111 H 14500 which is the other mux with the NBC feeds is still working just fine. Both transponders are 8-psk and 5/6 fec. But when I look at the service information on the 12111 transponder it shows the AVC codec for video. When I go to the 12080 transponder and pull up the service information it shows no video codec....only audio. For some reason the Zgemma isn't picking that up out of the stream. And even with using the channel editor I don't see an area to force it to use the AVC codec manually so not sure what is going on. I'm 'assuming' that it's related to the test release somehow as it was working just fine a few weeks ago and most other people are still getting it fine. I don't have a windows computer anymore to run my genpix on or I'd fire up Tsreader and see if there are any anomalies in the stream and compare the two.
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Re: Has NBC news gone to 4.2.2?

Post by MrVideo » Thu May 10, 2018 8:52 pm

fatso wrote:
Wed May 09, 2018 8:50 pm
103W
12080 H
30000

Audio but no video for me. Thought they might have gone BISS, but TSReader shows them fine. Have these gone 4.2.2/h.264 like CBS? Anyone picking them up? :spin
Nope H.264. If it were 4:2:2 TSR would not display video thumbnails. I get video thumbnails with TSR. I can send it through VLC as well. But, the info under the video is very bare. Lots of info missing. That might be messing up things.

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Re: Has NBC news gone to 4.2.2?

Post by dishcrank » Thu May 10, 2018 11:48 pm

It is not just zgemma. I've got a couple other receivers running blackhole and no go either.

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