Originally posted by Brett Miles Is anyone else noticing a faint static line on the right side when they're showing the main camera? It's driving me crazy, and I can't concentrate on the game !
When you say "static", do you mean video "hash" or an object that is static (not moving)?
It would be less of a puzzle if it were occurring on the left side than the right. The left side can sometimes show a sliver of the source that is in preset (the next source the switcher will go to) as a way to be sure the source is really there. This sounds like something different.
Yea I noticed the line on the right side (more middle right half side not the edge). It seemed to be only there for the one main camera. I donâ€™t blame ESPN for the darkness of that arena; they keep the lighting low in there so the empty seats canâ€™t be seen. I have heard it called the Loid Noble Mausoleum.
I watched the game on Cox in OKC and thought that it looked terrific. (The outcome wasn't bad, either.) The attendance last night was 12,504, which isn't bad in a building that seats 12,000. The Lloyd Noble is a hard place for visiting teams to win basketball games in -- Ask Oklahoma State.
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