Full particpant list: G7JTT, G0MJW, G8GTZ, G8KOE, G4KLB, G4GUO, G4EML, 2E0XAY, GI4DOH, G0DGH, G0ATW and G8GKQ.
Please remember the parameters: 333 kS, H264, FEC 2/3. Some stations were running FEC 3/4 this week which caused problems with less capable receivers.
Look forward to seeing more stations next week.
- GI4DOH.JPG (153.07 KiB) Viewed 1995 times
- G0ATW.JPG (92.47 KiB) Viewed 1995 times
Key lessons this week:
- Test audio on all cameras and video sources beforehand
- Set power level beforehand
- Use correct FEC (2/3)
- Try to run your encoder and SDR all the time, and just key your PA - that way you can transmit without delay
HB9DUG, G4BVK, G7JTT, G4KLB, G1LPS, M0DTS, G8GTZ, G4FVP, G4EML, M0EYT, G4GUO, G0MJW (and G8GKQ). Thirteen stations on an ATV net must be a record!
Great to see some new faces.
Same time, same place next week!
Charles G4GUO has made a really good video recording of the net: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdaKVbe ... e=youtu.be
For next Thursday, please remember to keep your exciter running if possible, and simply switch the PA so that you can transmit without delay.
I did use TSDuck to resync the transport stream (without that it crashes VLC etc) I suspect if I read the manual I could
also find TSDuck apps for cleaning up the clocks.
Is there any chance someone else can do the streaming of the net? If not I will do it but may not always notice if the PID needs selecting...
Noel - G8GTZ
Well done to Jim G0DQH on sorting his transmit problems; hope to see G0NZO next week.
Note that next week you will be able to claim one point in the activity contest for partcipating in the net! I think that claiming one point for each other net member might be a bit OTT?