Watched V this week and it seems 13 went right back to heavy DNR again. Joy. I guess they didn't listen after all.
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2/4/11 at 7:25pm
The Fox splicer prevents the local station from touching the HD feed. This is good in that it means they cannot decrease the quality; however, it also means that the Fox network feed reserves space for a subchannel regardless of whether or not a subchannel exists. In a way, Fox stations are the only stations that can add a subchannel without taking a hit in quality.
WUPW 36-1 should not look any different during Fox network programming than it did before, and should not look any different than WJBK in Detroit.
I don't know that 13 is soft by design, but filtered and noise reduced to the 'nth degree. I was complaining about V a little while ago, and the more I see from them, I realize it's pretty consistent.
But yeah, 11 looks good. Cleaner and definitely more natural looking, or at least as far as cable digital can make it so.