Advertisements Hi all! I have a FIOS Gigabit internet + television plan. I experience the "television" part through a Tivo Edge DVR, via a Verizon Cablecard, on a 75" QLED 4K TV. I also get to experience those same television shows through the "internet" part, through various streaming apps, via an Android TV box on that same TV. Here's my issue: the quality of the exact same show appears to be much higher when seen via the streaming apps, vs. when seen via the TiVo. These are primetime network TV shows, on ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC. The TiVo version seem a bit more "compressed", a bit "blockier". What might be going on? Is it something about the Verizon TV signal itself? I would have thought the TV feed from Verizon would be of a higher bitrate, higher quality than the streaming app versions of those channels. Or is it something about how the CableCard decodes the video, or how the TiVo records the video? Any way to debug/test it further?