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"Progressive / interlaced" representation of the broadcast inf

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serkanguzel

Hi my masters,

I know almost all of the channels broadcasting satellite, "interlaced" is.

However, though few in number, "progressive" there are broadcasting channels.

Example ; Hotbird 10971 H 29700 DVB-S2, SRG SWISS package. This package ; video resolution ; 1280 x 720p

In addition; 4K channels are progressive.

Such as... There are other satellites, the channels / packages.

The publication's, "interlaced/progressive" feature, shown in DVBViewer window ? Or menu can be displayed in any place?


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serkanguzel

Example "progressive" broadcast channel ;

 

 

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son goku

OSD Info will show you the format of the channel currently tuned.

 

And also some OSD Skins, like BluFuzz for example, provide that Information in the Mini-EPG Window.

 

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from BluFuzz Thread....

 

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serkanguzel

OSD Info will show you the format of the channel currently tuned.

 

Hi mate,

 

Thank you very much for your attention.

 

I took the format of publication by blufuzz skin.

 

Quote this part can you describe in detail ? I failed.

 

Regards.

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son goku

by default....

 

Press ESC for OSD-Menu, then select Sytem und then select Info

 

But you can also configure the keys and the menu structure in DVBViewer options.

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serkanguzel

by default....

 

Press ESC for OSD-Menu, then select Sytem und then select Info

 

But you can also configure the keys and the menu structure in DVBViewer options.

 

Thanks.

 

However, the " i / p " There is no indicator in this window...

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