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Netflix to cut streaming quality in Europe for 30 days

Netflix to cut streaming quality in Europe for 30 days

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  1. This should be the isp’s responsibility, not netflix. The ISP should be the ones to throttle, as is tradition.

  2. Sorry, hard for me to have any sympathy for ISPs. Sucks for the customers but honestly a lot of people probably wouldn’t be able to tell.

  3. But someone on the plex sub was bitching how there would be no internet problems. Lmfao

  4. meanwhile people torrent / xdcc and use plex / emby / openelec / xbmc / vlc to play stuff in proper untouched bluray quality ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  5. This could also be an interesting work around for places that have net neutrality and such. Instead of the ISP throttling you which might be illegal they just request the data senders to cut back.

  6. Now also YouTube.


  7. Already cancelled my subscription. I paid for HD and not SD level quality.

    I seriously doubt that there was actual need to drop bitrates on already highly compressed video.

    Luckily there’s other higher quality options available.

  8. If it’s temporarily needed and it lets more people stay at home being entertained at the moment I’m all for it. Not fussed about a fee reduction either.

  9. Uncalled for IMO, yes we’re seeing spikes in usage but the backend bandwidth is very capable.

  10. Some ISP use network paket sheduler (like pie in docsis 3.1). Everyone should use one at home too (like cake).

  11. And that’s why local media is important – you can’t strain the network if you do not use the network.

  12. This sort of explains why I’ve been seeing the “Are you still watching” prompt a lot more frequently here in the US. Honestly, I’m all for it if it ACTUALLY alleviates strain on networks people need to work and go to school on. However, I’ve been alive long enough to know this is just a dipshit political decision made by some old person so they can say “Look! I did something during the pandemic!” If they decide to move to the US the FCC will surely have spot for them, they’d fit right in provided they brought their favorite lobbyists with them.

    Either way, I’ve personally turned to using my local Plex server to help alleviate network strain if it is indeed an issue; which it probably isn’t.

  13. “Let’s go out and buy some blu rays then”

    People who are already aware that netflix doesn’t deliver a high enough bitrate to get the full quality

  14. Well if the media cartels had actually used all the money they were given over the DECADES, instead of stealing it, this would not be a problem. Instead of updating their infrastructure, they pocketed the funds and gave their board et al, massive bonuses.

    Infrastructure like this should be crown corporations/state owned. Otherwise we get situations like the wildfires in California where a certain provider [cut off/throttled](https://www.kcra.com/article/fire-officials-verizon-throttled-data-as-crews-fought-mendocino-wildfires/22805348#) cell service to firemen because they were over their limits on an unlimited plan and said they needed to pay more money if they wanted their service returned to normal levels.

  15. Wait, wait, wait… Doesn’t Netflix supposed to have it’s caching boxes in the ISP’s DC’s to avoid *exactly* this kind of a problem?

    Edit: Thanks for the explanations. Even in an uncapped EU ISP situation those are important.

  16. >The company will cut its streaming bitrates, which influence how clear and smooth videos look when streamed online.

    >Videos with a higher bitrate tend to look less “blocky” or pixelated, but use more data.

    >**The announcement came after a phone call with European officials.
    Thierry Breton, the European Commissioner for the Internal Market, had earlier said people should “switch to standard definition when HD [high-definition] is not necessary”.
    An hour of standard definition video uses about 1GB of data, while HD can use up to 3GB an hour.**

    >Netflix also offers ultra-high definition 4K video for some of its programmes.
    Netflix’s decision to reduce video bitrate by a quarter appears to be a compromise.

    >”Following the discussions between Commissioner Thierry Breton and [Netflix chief executive] Reed Hastings, and given the extraordinary challenges raised by the coronavirus, Netflix has decided to begin reducing bitrates across all our streams in Europe for 30 days,” the company said.

    >Commissioner Breton praised the “very prompt action” Netflix took just hours after the phone call, saying it would “preserve the smooth functioning of the internet during the Covid-19 crisis”.

  17. I mean, fair enough. Amid an outbreak like this, people with resort to streaming services like Netflix and Netflix did a smart thing in order to allow people to continue doing that.