The original article is nearly 8 months old right? If the update on November 8th was correct it paints a different picture on 60fps with YTTV and DTVN bringing up the rear.
Maybe I missed an update on that site? I'll have to check again to see if it's updated daily.
Both are noted for video quality and the industry is new and evolving IMO. DTVN went through noted changes in February and as late as October, likely all along but not so much the DVR. That should suggest that DTVN is continually improving its game. For whatever reason, the DVR is lacking on many fronts but there's a group of supporters that are happy despite that but comments are honest in that thread.
Given that, there's a good chance that DTVN has improved since the November 8th update. I think the suggestion that current data can be verified is relevant for both services. The cough, cough, moment had passed.
And it's rare that anyone suggests DTVN resolution and bitrate are lower than any competitor.
I said earlier that I trust
data. He and I actually shared quite a bit of posts with services used since February. He even suggested I trial Hulu but our shared experience was slightly different with PSV. I've been more critical of YTTV in the past because of its on-demand inserting itself over recordings. That's in the past but his defense of YTTV has been consistent.
Subscriber numbers likely bear that out that DTVN and YTTV are quality services as well.
Not that I need to defend m_snow but I've seen several of his posts of framerate and resolution and no one asked him for proof but trusted it. Pics? Maybe they were posted earlier to support his statements and they may yet be out there to discover or can be posted again if this conversation can relax to "let's see the current data point". And let's also look at the resolution and bitrate. It should also be noted that m_snow is often critical of DTVN but not brutal. Like many, wants to see improvement in all of the competitive streaming TV services.
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