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Just now, ElDiablo14 said:

I also forgot to add, for those in regional VIC. There's the Elon Musk option, Starlink. Satellite internet with high speeds at the level of NBN or better.

Starlink could be a game changer for many

The other issue is camera equipment and the reluctance of networks to upgrade their equipment

8k has now been around for 5 years. Other than a few nature docos nothing has been shot in 8k

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4 hours ago, tiers said:

Set my IQ4 to record the replay of yesterday's match. Listed as starting at 2.55 am. Sat down this morning to watch (and enjoy) but no, the replay ran out midway through third quarter.

What is going on? It seems that Foxtel cannot control their times and allow the post match shows to go way past their alloted times so that by the time they get to our replay start time, they are still showing garbage.

So I look for another replay to record - guess what, there is no other time this week only multiple minis and replays of Mike Sheahan and silly footy panel shows. What a disgusting service by Foxtel.  I know I should add 30 minutes minimum to recording replays but why should I waste my memory just because they can't manage their shows.

Is there any other source to record the full replay?

 

I set mine at the beginning of the season for every Melbourne match live but often over tape it with a midweek rerun. I would search for a midweek showing away from post match shows. The same has happened to me before.

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2 hours ago, ElDiablo14 said:

I also forgot to add, for those in regional VIC. There's the Elon Musk option, Starlink. Satellite internet with high speeds at the level of NBN or better.

Starlink incorporated. Sounds like an asteroid company.

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20 hours ago, tiers said:

Set my IQ4 to record the replay of yesterday's match. Listed as starting at 2.55 am. Sat down this morning to watch (and enjoy) but no, the replay ran out midway through third quarter.

What is going on? It seems that Foxtel cannot control their times and allow the post match shows to go way past their alloted times so that by the time they get to our replay start time, they are still showing garbage.

So I look for another replay to record - guess what, there is no other time this week only multiple minis and replays of Mike Sheahan and silly footy panel shows. What a disgusting service by Foxtel.  I know I should add 30 minutes minimum to recording replays but why should I waste my memory just because they can't manage their shows.

Is there any other source to record the full replay?

 

Just get a free 30 day kayo trial. I think they still have them.

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Get onto the Club's recent special Kayo membership offer, save money (its much cheaper than direct Kayo membership I have had for years), and adds another 'membership' to the Club's numbers - a win/win!

If you already have Kayo, you just cancel that, and when you join with the Club, you get sent a code to use when 're-joining' as an MFC Kayo member (for 12 months) - has worked flawlessly for me.

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14 hours ago, layzie said:

Speaking of recording and PVRs, do these still sell? Is there a good way to record live TV if you wanted to like say to a computer?

I've got a DVD recorder with a hard drive I bought years ago, I assume you can still get them online if not in stores? Otherwise you can get a TV capture card for your PC/laptop or a PVR box to connect to your computer.

https://filmora.wondershare.com/screen-recording-tips/guide-to-record-television-on-windows-pc.html

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I also recommend Kayo, you even get all the foxtel panel shows, I start watching about an hour after first bounce so I can skip through the breaks and even the oppo goal replays.

Also recommend a firestick + VPN for any movies, tv shows etc.

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9 hours ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

I've got a DVD recorder with a hard drive I bought years ago, I assume you can still get them online if not in stores? Otherwise you can get a TV capture card for your PC/laptop or a PVR box to connect to your computer.

https://filmora.wondershare.com/screen-recording-tips/guide-to-record-television-on-windows-pc.html

Thanks Gonzo. If you were to get a capture card would it capture what is mounted on the TV screen or would it need to come from a source eg DVD recorder/Cable tv box etc.

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1 hour ago, layzie said:

Thanks Gonzo. If you were to get a capture card would it capture what is mounted on the TV screen or would it need to come from a source eg DVD recorder/Cable tv box etc.

Pretty sure the capture cards have an input where you can plug the antenna into your laptop/PC - so it captures exactly what you would see on the TV. I don't have one but was looking into it a while ago. I ended up buying the DVD recorder which allowed me to connect a VCR and copy all my old VHS tapes to DVD which I then converted to digital on my laptop (old family home movies, old footy games etc)

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Here's an excellent youtube video explaining why we don't see many live sports broadcasts in 4k. The presenter suggests that that the answer in the medium term is supplier enhanced 1080P HDR. Also there is the issue of frame rates. As I understand kayo runs at 50fps whereas 60fps is the desired standard

Many of the comments make excellent reading as well. It appears that EPL is done in 4k but I suspect that they are using far fewer cameras. Formula 1 coverage is interesting as well

 

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