decoding a mpeg 4:2:2 feed with skystar 2

iwol

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hi to all can anyone tell me if they are encoding a 4:2:2 feed with progdvb, i am getting the 4:2:0 feeds ok im using the skystar 2 ,thanks in advance to all
 

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I seem to recall that a 'moonlight filter' will decode 4:2:2
 

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#3
You can download the filter from -

h**p://www.elecard.com/download/

Llew
 

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thanks for replys but ive been to the elecard site and theres loads of downloads could you tell me which one it is and what do i do with it in progdvb thanks
 

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can anyone help please
 
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iwol said:
can anyone help please
Simplest way to get the Moonlight decoder is to install/re-install ProgDVB- tick the option to "Register Elecard Filters" during the install process.

This will then install and register the Moonlight filter which should allow viewing of 4:2:2 feeds. You can tell if your system is using the trial version of the Moonlight filter, as it has the funny 9-way box thingy overlaid on the picture.
 
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