Anyone else notice the HD picture quality on FIOS has gotten rather bad? I'm seeing more and more compression artifacts when on-screen activity is only moderately high. It's visible on the cable networks and video-on-demand. Resident Evil: Afterlife was almost unwatchable via VOD due to poor picture quality (and poor acting and plot, but that's beside the point). AMC is also a lost cause; it usually looks like a 240p video off of YouTube shown full screen.
Are these issues from the source material? Or, is it Verizon?
AMC is an AMC issue. They compress the daylights out of what they send down the line. It's unwatchable, but that is not Verizon doing that. Here's the explanation why it looks that way