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"SwimmIng" artifacts?

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ricklab
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"SwimmIng" artifacts?

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I find my quantum is not as crisp as old dvr. 

One thing I notice often is on a chsnnel

like fox watching a person talk you can see parts of their face move differently than others. Like the forehead. It's subtle but easy to see if you look for it 

 

to get multiple channel recording streams do they further compress and introduce this? 

 

But even ppv seems worse than ever, solarizing etc. 

 

streaming services all beat it! Kind of ironic. 

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CRobGauth
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Re: "SwimmIng" artifacts?

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Does it happen one all stbs?

Have you tried checking coax connections?

start at ont and verify all connections are tight.


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