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I was altering aspect ratios and letterboxing 16:9 content though, and still keeping it interlaced properly.
Funny how an 18 year old using basic software could do these things better than people making programmes and working for TV channels
Last edited by james-2001 on 15 September 2018 12:19pm
That's if you get people applying for the franchise promising Made-esque content then turning into That's within a few months. All of the local tv channels promised the earth at the time then most couldn't deliver after all, which would doubtlessly happen again if they were to offer new licences.
Thank god there was only one more chart rundown over a video after this one (and we won't be seeing it on BBC4 anyway).
Sounds like the early days of digital TV when someone in the next house (or room) was watching on analogue :-p
The fact the picture's so jerky and the text on the end credits looks pixellated is an indication that they seem to have put it onto the server by directly removing every other field, presumably accidently. Even when they intentionally filmised shows they didn't usually do that because it degrades the picture quality so much, there'd usually be some sort of blending or interpolation. Though the fact it went back to 50i for about 5 seconds seems strange.
I've just looked on Virgin Media's UKTV play as well and it's the same- Monday & Tuesday's episodes are 50i, and Wed, Thurs and today's are filmised, so whatever's been done, it's affected the versions of the episodes on there as well. Have they been sent to UKTV in that state?
Last edited by james-2001 on 14 September 2018 6:14pm - 2 times in total
Last edited by james-2001 on 14 September 2018 12:07pm
This sort of thing's happened before on various channels- over Xmas 2001 it affected several shows on BBC1!