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  • == Digital Television Platforms == ...n|HD]] capture is not currently possible so recording of [[High-definition television|HD]] sources from Satellite is currently limited to Freesat.
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  • ...s ([[NTSC]], [[SECAM]], [[PAL]]) allow. Highest spec-level for all-digital television, compared to [[SDTV]] and [[EDTV]].
    551 bytes (70 words) - 02:28, 25 June 2011
  • #REDIRECT [[UK Television]]
    27 bytes (3 words) - 15:39, 11 April 2006
  • ...d States will change from analog broadcast television to digital broadcast television. This change has some implications for MythTV users and this page will try | Cable television
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  • ...copy protection between a Conditional Access Module (CAM) and the digital television receiver (DTV). ...e standardised by February 1998, prior to general use of digital satellite television. They are all back compatible - a DiSEqC 2.0 receiver can control a 1.0 swi
    8 KB (1,311 words) - 18:12, 16 September 2015
  • ...functionality. MythBox provides a user interface to MythTV recordings and television as an extension to the popular XBMC (http://xbmc.org/) media software (http
    567 bytes (92 words) - 20:15, 23 May 2009
  • Early in 2002 Isaac Richards wanted more from his television and thought it might be fun to try to build a replacement for his AT&T broa
    7 KB (1,222 words) - 16:59, 21 September 2015
  • ATSC is used in North America for Terrestrial television broadcasts. ...nels to be supplied as a m3u playlist. If your DSL/Fiber provider supplies television service, but does not provide a m3u playlist for the channels, you can cons
    32 KB (5,431 words) - 19:22, 15 January 2018
  • ...'''EIT''' (Event Information Table) is extra data that is broadcast with a television signal, much like Closed Caption Text in the VBI stream. EIT is typically available over digital television signals, either terrestrial, cable or satellite.
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  • comment = Television
    16 KB (2,509 words) - 04:32, 26 January 2011
  • ...f lines-per-frame and frames-per-second which describes the way in which a television signal is encoded and transmitted. Common US [[NTSC]] color television is 480/30i, or 30 interlaced frames per second with 480 active scan lines o
    889 bytes (136 words) - 21:01, 4 February 2006
  • | Play a television recording.
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  • ...the cost-benefit of broadcasting perfect video would reduce the number of television channels (due to the limited bandwidth available) while significantly incre ...le disk space. This is why if there is transient interference on a digital television show, such as a single bolt of lightning, the effect on the TV recording ma
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  • || defaultinput || varchar(32) || YES || || Television ||
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  • ...cards''' are used to get the picture from the cable, aerial, or satellite television source into the PC. ...or Conexant cx2388x, and decode broadcast [[NTSC]], [[PAL]], or [[Secam]] television. These cards deliver an unencrypted data stream to MythTV, which then encod
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  • ...es no post-processing after a recording is complete, so it works with live television and with programs that are being watched while still being recorded. The c ...s of the STB. Tune the STB to a high-definition channel, and then use the television's internal settings (not the STB settings) to select closed captions. If y
    14 KB (2,180 words) - 13:26, 27 January 2016
  • ...he default grabber scripts are [[Tmdb.py]] for movies and [[Ttvdb.py]] for television. ...ie grabber will be used. If the season or episode are greater than 0, the television grabber will be used.
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  • [[Enhancing Recordings with Metadata Lookup|Similar metadata is available for television recordings]].
    396 bytes (57 words) - 20:17, 29 September 2012
  • |Television Metadata Source |Select a source to use when searching for information and artwork about television.
    95 KB (14,539 words) - 04:13, 15 January 2018
  • ...If a device is designed for NTSC, it will most likely not work with other television standards such as [[PAL]], which is the standard broadcast signal used in E
    577 bytes (84 words) - 03:36, 21 March 2007
  • ...alian, Japanese and South American users need [[DVB]]. Both IP and digital television makes use of streams compressed by the broadcaster. MythTV merely copies th
    8 KB (1,329 words) - 10:38, 12 December 2014
  • The "crop broadcast overscan" is available due to many television broadcasts having a slight black border - padding - around them. This is ad
    117 KB (19,834 words) - 18:22, 2 December 2017
  • ...r systems with their television sets. This page will detail the different television output ('''TV Out''' hereafter) options available. ...sed to convert a PC's VGA or RGB output into a signal compatible with your television set. Users chose this option for a variety of reasons - low cost units can
    20 KB (3,039 words) - 07:55, 16 December 2014
  • ...rks much like a modem extracting the original digital data. Unlike analog television capture, where a hardware encoder is desirable, compression of High Definit When agreeing upon standards for digital television, Europe and much of the rest of the world implemented the DVB standard, whi
    12 KB (1,972 words) - 12:42, 5 October 2015

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