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The routine Test for this Saturday’s broadcast is as follows: E5Wa: 0730-0800GMT (0930-1000CEST) IS-1002: 0830-0900GMT (0930-1000BST / 1030-1100CEST)
UPDATE19:23BST: More hits and switched to reserve again UPDATE@19:01BST When the clock reaches 10′:00″ we will switch back to the fibre path. UPDATE@18:56BST During the Intermission we will have to go back to fibre to avoid the solar-out. I will come … Continue reading
The Test for this Season’s 1st broadcast (“Aida”) is at 0930CEST on E5Wa and an hour later at 0930BST on IS-1002. Each Test is for 30′. As with the Pre-Tests, this Season is broadcast with MPEG-4 coding and will all … Continue reading
The 60′ Test on E5Wa and on IS-002 starts at 1700BST/1800CEST. This is to confirm the arrangements for MPEG-4 coding and DVB-embedded subtitles. Contact your local Helpline for advice.
Good Morning. The Pre-Season Test is now live on IS-1002 and E5Wa. It runs to 0930GMT/1030BST/1130CEST. There is just one service on each satellite. The feed is now MPEG-4 and all subtitles are DVB-embedded. i.e. they must be selected locally.
The Test period ahead of today’s broadcast starts at 16:30BST / 1730CEST. The feed is available on IS-1002 (An International/All-subs feed and a German-subs feed) and on E5Wa (A 2-service mux: a French-subs service and international all-subs service)
The Test for the last Met Opera of the 2017-18 Season is this morning. The E5Wa Test is 0930-1000CEST, followed by the IS-1002 Test at 0930-1000BST Usual Met Opera Test loop with embedded subtitles will be broadcast