Streaming TV (Other Languages)

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Post by SysAdmin » Wed Jun 27, 2007 12:05 pm

gstark wrote:
eecchhoo wrote:THe sound quality is acceptable but the color on the video is not sharp enough and too bright.
Sound quality is certainly acceptable, but for me - ADSL2+ - the video freezes after a few seconds, and fails to reestablish itself.
Can you give it a shot now? The freezes /should/ be gone.

Andrew

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Post by zoddi » Wed Jun 27, 2007 1:56 pm

so the exetel trial iptv wont be counted toward my download limit??

nvm i found out it will be counted during trial.

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Post by eecchhoo » Wed Jun 27, 2007 6:32 pm

SysAdmin wrote:
gstark wrote:
eecchhoo wrote:THe sound quality is acceptable but the color on the video is not sharp enough and too bright.
Sound quality is certainly acceptable, but for me - ADSL2+ - the video freezes after a few seconds, and fails to reestablish itself.
Can you give it a shot now? The freezes /should/ be gone.

Andrew
Just try it again today the sound and video are great.
Do you broadcast the IPTV with the same quality as the one using the Satellite?

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Post by Qing » Wed Jun 27, 2007 11:30 pm

Watched for 5 min, no problem for WMP, but I didn't try the RSTP one.

Is that possible to have BBC, ESPN as well? thanks

SysAdmin

Post by SysAdmin » Thu Jun 28, 2007 9:32 am

The feed will be down for approx 10min to give a 1.5meg feed a go. Currently we're at 1.2meg.

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Post by lee » Thu Jun 28, 2007 10:05 am

1.5meg yes, but the picture and sound jerky
can you try 2.0 meg?

SysAdmin

Post by SysAdmin » Thu Jun 28, 2007 12:40 pm

SysAdmin wrote:The feed will be down for approx 10min to give a 1.5meg feed a go. Currently we're at 1.2meg.
Apologies for the delay there. The feed is back, but at 1.2meg.

SysAdmin

Post by SysAdmin » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:32 pm

With apologies the tv feed will be down from 8:30am until 6pm tomorrow.

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Post by toastman » Sat Jun 30, 2007 2:58 pm

Greetings everyone,

I've just started having a look at the test Phoenix TV channel and like it. (Not the content right at the moment, it's a bunch of really old guys in suits making speeches at Hong Kong's Ocean Park, but you're going to get that).

I'm getting it loud, clear and fast on a fairly good ADSL2 connection. I started getting some degredation when I started downloading stuff on two PCs here simultaneously, but that's a bit of an extreme case.

If your marketing people are interested:
I'm not 100% the core target market for this. Though I'm a cracker, I speak some Cantonese / Mandarin and watch whatever Hong Kong TV and movies I get get out here. Unfortunately, I have really limited time these days to watch TV, I stick things on in the background while doing other stuff.

I'm fairly open to pricing options. I'd happily pay something like the following:
Pay-per-channel - If I could pick and choose specific channels, I'd be fine paying an extra $10-$20 a month for 2-4 good ones.
Pay-per-package, if the minimal package cost was much more than $20, I probably woudn't sign-up and spend the $ on DVDs as such.
Pay-per-minute - I'd be cool with this as well, again, spending $20 a month or so.
Timeshifting/Recording ? If some how I could capture stuff my my own viewing later in the day, I'd pay a fair bit more. Only if it were legal, of course (DRM or otherwise).
If you guys could find an Asian version of "The Food Channel" I'd happily cough up an extra $100 a month. And quit my job. Long story.

If you're wondering what channels would be good, TVB, and anything from HK, China, Japan, India, France or rebroadcasts of "Community Channels" like Channel 31.

So, thank you exetel. Nice stuff, especially as it's uncounted download.

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Post by CLoSeR » Sat Jun 30, 2007 5:47 pm

toastman wrote: So, thank you exetel. Nice stuff, especially as it's uncounted download.
Sorry to disappoint, but your data is counted when viewing the stream.

Atleast for now, during the trial.
Need to log a fault ticket? Go here: https://helpdesk.exetel.com.au/

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Post by eecchhoo » Sun Jul 01, 2007 12:13 am

The video freezes every few minutes. It's just unwatchable.

SysAdmin

Post by SysAdmin » Mon Jul 02, 2007 10:23 am

eecchhoo wrote:The video freezes every few minutes. It's just unwatchable.
Is this still continuing?

What is the speed of your connection?

Does http://mirror.exetel.com.au/pub/fedorac ... 64-DVD.iso also freeze up? What's the speed? (please note, not a free download)

Andrew

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Slower speed during off peak hours

Post by Qing » Mon Jul 02, 2007 10:28 am

It seems I can not reach 130k/s speed for this IPTV in the morning...
80k/s was maximum

But if I download the address provided upstairs, I could get 450k/s+

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Post by eecchhoo » Mon Jul 02, 2007 9:35 pm

I am on 1.5M connection from Perth.

The problem is reoccuring.

when the problem happened i was only had the streaming running.

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impressed

Post by Michael McLaughlin » Mon Jul 02, 2007 10:11 pm

Im on ADSL 1500/256 and the streaming is impressive.The Rugby World Cup would be a good test for sound and picture quality .Any one agree?

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