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|We have reasonably priced 160GB disk drives--this is enough for near 9.5 hours of 1080i|
Movies look their best when they look like movies. More Patton-esque remasters!
|Originally posted by Plasman
I also heard from KFMB after complaining about bad lip sync problems and they said , "I don't see CBS doing much more HD programming in the near future.....
|Originally posted by Jamie E
Actually, going by the HiPix HDTV PC recording solution, it takes about 8 GB/hour for HD, so a 160 GB drive should provide around 19-20 hours of recording.
|Originally posted by PVR
The technology is here to be able to do
HDTV PVRs but the content and potential customers
don't yet justify the expense to market such
a beast. We _will_ see HD PVRs in the next
couple of years as there is more content and
more people aware of the benefits of HDTV
(and cheaper displays).
|The HiPix stores all of the program stream
regardless of how much "padding" exists in
the ATSC packets. So the recordings take
about 8gb/hr even if they are NTSC upconverts
letterboxed with 4:3. The 19.3MBit/sec
spec is "fixed"... They don't reduce it or
increase it for different programs.
|Originally posted by MikeKO
The last I heard Dish was going to release an HD PVR in late 01 or 1st qtr 02. Has this project been canceled?
|, "I don't see CBS doing much more HD programming in the near future..... We are working on the lip sync problem. We loaded new software into our AC3 Encoder and it has not been the same since|