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terrible confusion

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Old March 10th 17, 02:17 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Mark Carver[_2_]
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Default terrible confusion

On 10/03/2017 10:00, Paul Ratcliffe wrote:
On Fri, 10 Mar 2017 07:38:43 +0000, Mark Carver

DTT HD broadcasts in the UK, are dynamically switched on a GOP level
(every 12 frames) basis

GoP lengths are not fixed any more. A quick check of a couple of things
recorded a day or two ago shows them varying between about 10 and 40 frames.

Oooh. GOPs can be anything of course, though the HD channels
traditionally have been 12 frames I think (Until now it would seem!)

I do recall C5 SD having something really whacky a few years ago,
something like 60 frames (2.4 seconds !)

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