That's interesting. In Ontario, almost everyone says FibeTV over VDSL has better picture quality than Rogers. Does Aliant use more compression than Bell in Ontario?This is the only reason I'm still on Rogers, actually. I found the compression issues a lot worse on FibreOP. Problem seems to be that Aliant sends the same signal to their DSL TV customers, so it has to be very highly compressed for them even though there is boatloads of free bandwidth on the fibre network.
Possibly. Early on FibreOp seemed to use a lot of it, but I have it again now and the quality is improved. I haven't had Rogers in a while now so I couldn't give a good direct comparison anymore.That's interesting. In Ontario, almost everyone says FibeTV over VDSL has better picture quality than Rogers. Does Aliant use more compression than Bell in Ontario?
Watch a race, Dan. That's where I see it most easily. Indycar seems particularly bad on Sportsnet in terms of compression artifacts. F1 on TSN isn't as bad, but still noticable.TV compression? I haven't seen any unless my laser eye surgery few years back is back firing! It is pretty clean AFAIK. The channels availability has been fast and furious lately so the gap is very narrow.