Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast info

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Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast info

Postby serkanguzel » Thu May 07, 2015 2:14 pm

Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast information.





Hi my master,


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 ProgDVB window ? Or menu can be displayed in any place?


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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby rel » Tue May 12, 2015 7:21 am

displayed in status bar on v2.7 upcoming version
might be placed on OSD as well
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby Andre » Sat Jun 06, 2015 1:26 am

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Anybody knows where i can get this nice OSD or a similar one???

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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby serkanguzel » Sat Jun 06, 2015 5:03 am

Andre wrote:
Anybody knows where i can get this nice OSD or a similar one???

Thank you!


This picture; "progressive / interlaced" is used to exemplify representation.

So this picture; "Dreambox newnigma2" image belongs.

So your question; "DVB Dream" is not relevant. :evil:
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby Andre » Sat Jun 06, 2015 6:51 am

i thought it was osd for dvbdream.

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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby serkanguzel » Sun Jun 07, 2015 4:35 am

Hi my master ( @rel )

Thank you for new version.


But, DVB Dream v.27 version ;

Progressive / interlaced; It does not appear !...


Example ;

Swiss channel ; SRF 1 HD is Progressive channel.

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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby rel » Sun Jun 07, 2015 10:14 am

I think, you just need to increase DVB Dream width (window size) to see the text , right after aspect ratio "16:9" .
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby serkanguzel » Sun Jun 07, 2015 11:14 am

rel wrote:I think, you just need to increase DVB Dream width (window size) to see the text , right after aspect ratio "16:9" .



The greatest width ;
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Can this make ?
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby rel » Mon Jun 08, 2015 1:29 am

Yea, need to think of something, next patched version might adjust status bar better.
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby serkanguzel » Mon Jun 08, 2015 1:49 am

rel wrote:Yea, need to think of something, next patched version might adjust status bar better.


Thank you very much. :)
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby serkanguzel » Fri Jun 12, 2015 2:39 pm

Hi my master,

Thank you for effort, for v2.7.1 version.

Little bug ;
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This channel "DVB-S transponder" is transferred from.


* Interlaced DVB-S SD, no problem.

* Interlaced DVB-S2 HD, no problem.

* Progressive DVB-S2 HD, no problem.


Note; Publication parameters; While the window is small, it is able to adjust you can see them all ?
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby rel » Fri Jun 12, 2015 11:35 pm

Some h264 channels are MBAFF (neither progressive , nor interlaced) they wont show "i" or "p".
But I will check on that channel, maybe DD somehow couldnt capture interlacing info from the stream.

Note; Publication parameters; While the window is small, it is able to adjust you can see them all

cant adjust much, when window size is smaller that causes problem
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby serkanguzel » Sat Jun 13, 2015 2:37 am

rel wrote:Some h264 channels are MBAFF (neither progressive , nor interlaced) they wont show "i" or "p".
But I will check on that channel, maybe DD somehow couldnt capture interlacing info from the stream.

Note; Publication parameters; While the window is small, it is able to adjust you can see them all

cant adjust much, when window size is smaller that causes problem


Thank you for reply...

I wanted to see was something like this.

Of course, if possible;
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby rel » Sat Jun 13, 2015 4:50 am

yes, something like that is possible :-)
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Re: Progressive/interlaced representation of the broadcast i

Postby serkanguzel » Tue Sep 01, 2015 4:49 am

rel wrote:yes, something like that is possible :-)


Hi my master,

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