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Ok, now that the Ultra HD Blu-ray spec is finalized, would someone care to accurately summarize where VW1100ES users sit? I understand not all the bells and whistles may be included in the actual releases.

http://www.bigpicturebigsound.com/Ul...s-Summer.shtml

Any new thoughts on if we are more likely to see P3 or BT2020 when we get enhanced content, or perhaps one disc can support both?

Does the whole HDMI 2.0a thing affect us at all?

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They haven't publicly released the specs so we don't know 100% what the specs are. But all indications so far point to 3840 x 2160 HEVC encoded content with *at least* 10bit 4:2:0 encoded video mastered for REC 2020 color space. SMPTE 2084 is apart of the standard which is a meta-data standard to accurately remap, on the fly, REC 2020 to other gamuts such as P3, REC 709, and possibly REC 601. My guess is that all the UHD titles for the next few years will actually be encoded for P3 (or possibly REC 709) and will necessitate users to use SMPTE 2084 to get accurate color in either P3 or REC 709. I say accurately because the meta-data information is based on the color points created by the colorists for these smaller gamuts. There is also SMPTE 2086 which is the HDR standard incorporated into UHD Bluray. This is the only thing the 1100ES won't be able to do (until we see true REC 2020 sources that is). Because the 1100ES motherboard has enough bandwidth to do UHD 10 bit 4:2:0 video at 24hz, has HDCP 2.2 which is also something the UHD bluray standard says will be needed, and has the appropriate color filter to enable P3 color space, 1100ES owners should good to go for a number of years. I'd say the only thing some users might miss out on is HDR, but for the time being, most of the HDR content is just converted "proof of concept" material. There isn't any big budget movie out there natively captured for HDR that I'm aware of so it may be a number of years before we see that content. By then I'm going to guess many 1100ES owners would have moved on to something newer anyways.
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They haven't publicly released the specs
Hmm, we are getting all these press reports that its been finalized, and various summaries (I didn't read anything better than the link I gave)...so is it a definite the specs haven't been released, or was it just too much for the press that was trying to summarize the news? I don't know why they would bother saying they finalized the specs and showing the logo--but then refuse to more adequately disclose the specs.

Good summary regardless, thanks.

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They may be posted somewhere, but none of the articles I read today linked to a press release or some other document where it outlines the specifications. The articles simply say "they've been finalized". haha

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They likely will not release the full specs to any one except licensees.
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They may be posted somewhere, but none of the articles I read today linked to a press release or some other document where it outlines the specifications. The articles simply say "they've been finalized". haha

Everything I saw screamed " Press Release ". Nothing to see, move along...............

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I don't know why they would bother saying they finalized the specs and showing the logo--but then refuse to more adequately disclose the specs.
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Try to get a copy of the HDMI 2.0 specification. It's only available to licensees. I suspect details of the UHD-BD spec. will trickle out, but not officially.
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Some interesting news just posted at HD GURU on UHD blu-ray:

http://hdguru.com/ultra-hd-blu-ray-s...ed/#more-15923

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The press release really doesn't announce anything not previously discussed except that the spec has been finalized except for the copying stuff.
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Something that didn't surprise me, but did get me thinking further down the track, when we will have the next generation of 4K projectors, was the decision to not have UHD 3D in the spec. I know a lot of the general public wouldn't bat an eyelid at that, but it did occur to me it that it looks like 3D enthusiasts will be stuck buying Bluray 3D releases going forward(provided studios keep releasing them). On the other hand we don't have to worry about missing out on UHD 3D with our 1100's since it won't be available anyway.

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They may be posted somewhere, but none of the articles I read today linked to a press release or some other document where it outlines the specifications. The articles simply say "they've been finalized". haha
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They likely will not release the full specs to any one except licensees.
Makes me wonder what is it that is there to hide, will we have another round of premium audio video devices released to the market that are out of compliance with yet to be known UHD Blue Ray specs?


Is there a 3D UHD spec in our near future that is being kept hush-hush to protect the interest of (fill in the blank)......................?
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My guess is that the specs are kept confidential to licensees in an attempt to keep non licensed players off the market. the bluray spec was never release to non licensees either.
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The shipping version of the Oculus Rift had PC spec recommendations released today. I only get one HTPC to drive the VW1100ES and the Rift--not sure about everybody else. Considering that, my next hardware upgrade will be a GTX 980 so I can run 4K and the Rift. The Rift PC specs only call for a GTX 970, but that can run you into problems with 4K / UHD resolutions it sounds like.

Anybody have any current thoughts on this or GPUs that can drive 4K gaming? I think its been a while since its been discussed here.

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My guess is that the specs are kept confidential to licensees in an attempt to keep non licensed players off the market. the bluray spec was never release to non licensees either.
Ok, that makes sense, thanks for the insight.
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The shipping version of the Oculus Rift had PC spec recommendations released today. I only get one HTPC to drive the VW1100ES and the Rift--not sure about everybody else. Considering that, my next hardware upgrade will be a GTX 980 so I can run 4K and the Rift. The Rift PC specs only call for a GTX 970, but that can run you into problems with 4K / UHD resolutions it sounds like.

Anybody have any current thoughts on this or GPUs that can drive 4K gaming? I think its been a while since its been discussed here.
Dual GTX 980s work well. I had a 3840 x 2160 G-Sync monitor paired with my i7 5930K and GTX 980's in SLI. Most games can be rendered at UHD with max detail settings enabled with this hardware and still get very respectable frame rates. I opted to go with an LG 34UM95 instead for the cinemascope aspect ratio and the PPI on the LG monitor made it possible to avoid being forced into using UI scaling (which is still pretty terrible in Windows).

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The shipping version of the Oculus Rift had PC spec recommendations released today. I only get one HTPC to drive the VW1100ES and the Rift--not sure about everybody else. Considering that, my next hardware upgrade will be a GTX 980 so I can run 4K and the Rift. The Rift PC specs only call for a GTX 970, but that can run you into problems with 4K / UHD resolutions it sounds like.

Anybody have any current thoughts on this or GPUs that can drive 4K gaming? I think its been a while since its been discussed here.
I was considering getting a 980 for my dedicated 4K gaming rig and then possible handing it down to my HTPC for 4K video duties once my 8802 arrives. I really want to go all the way to a Titan X for my gaming rig as I can't help myself with wanting everything cranked when I run at all resolutions and also to know I'll get a bit of time out of it. However, given I have 780Ti right now in my gaming rig, the 980 would be a very small upgrade, especially for games I'm going to want to see to ultra quality graphics in like GTA V. So I know whereas I'd be happy to run the 980 in my HTPC, I would most likely get quickly annoyed with its performance for gaming @4K. The other HTPC consideration for me is to keep with ATI and look at the next 300 series launching next month. So I can see it's def a bit tougher decision with a gaming HTPC setup. But I guess it depends on just how fanatical you are with running games in 4K with all the 'bells and whistles' turned on. If you're not then you'd get through with a 980 I imagine for most games.

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Dual GTX 980s work well.
I can't see doing SLI on high end cards, I waited years to upgrade my primary rig to Nvidia 3D Vision Surround and only then with midrange cards at 1080p. Also, the Zeus Mini HTPC I have is roomy for a compact case but no dual video card option.

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But I guess it depends on just how fanatical you are with running games in 4K with all the 'bells and whistles' turned on. If you're not then you'd get through with a 980 I imagine for most games.
Thanks for the opinions. You've helped steer me towards waiting on the sidelines longer I think. I'll see what pricing and options are closer to when the Rift actually ships.

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The only problem with that mentality right now is that only SLI Titan X's and GTX 980s have the horsepower to push AAA title games at 4K. You cannot use midrange cards and get a good 4K gaming experience (30+ FPS) unless you're willing to sacrifice a lot of settings being set to low or off. Reference recent game reviews if you don't believe me.
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The only problem with that mentality right now is that only SLI Titan X's and GTX 980s have the horsepower to push AAA title games at 4K. You cannot use midrange cards and get a good 4K gaming experience (30+ FPS) unless you're willing to sacrifice a lot of settings being set to low or off. Reference recent game reviews if you don't believe me.
That's what I'm saying, I'm going to just wait (and keep gaming at HD instead of UHD) instead of putting a lot of money into something that still won't play the top games with settings where they need to be for it to be worth it. I don't think once DX12 gets established and new gen cards come out you will be forced into SLI for decent 4K gaming. And of course the other problem is so few developers know how to code for SLI properly anyway. I only went ahead with SLI for the first time ever because I'm going to be pushing 4 monitors (currently 3) on my regular PC build. For the 1100ES its just one screen so I should be able to do one card in the near future.

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Is anybody using the vw1000/1100 with a (custom) screen to match its aspect ratio? In other words aspect ratio 4096/2160 approximately 1.9. Such a screen would show black bars to the sides for 16/9 movies and black bars to the top and bottom for 2.35:1 movies, so black bars in all scenarios which is a minus, but it would use the full vertical resolution for 16/9 movies and the full horizontal resolution for 2.35:1 movies which is a plus. Or am I mistaken and some sort of zoom would be required?

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Is anybody using the vw1000/1100 with a (custom) screen to match its aspect ratio? In other words aspect ratio 4096/2160 approximately 1.9. Such a screen would show black bars to the sides for 16/9 movies and black bars to the top and bottom for 2.35:1 movies, so black bars in all scenarios which is a minus, but it would use the full vertical resolution for 16/9 movies and the full horizontal resolution for 2.35:1 movies which is a plus. Or am I mistaken and some sort of zoom would be required?

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I have a custom size screen (144x72, i.e., 2.0) and for Sony's 1.9 pic I zoom to fill the 72" height. The width of the pic is then 136", and I have a masking panel (8" wide x 72" high) that I insert in the left side of the screen frame. The panel (1.5" thick styrofoam covered with ProtoStar material) fits perfectly inside the Dalite Da-Snap frame.

For 2.35 pics, I zoom to fill the 144" width and shift the pic to line up with the bottom of the screen. This leaves a 10" wide black bar across the top, but I find that this is completely ignorable in that location.
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I have a custom size screen (144x72, i.e., 2.0) and for Sony's 1.9 pic I zoom to fill the 72" height. The width of the pic is then 136", and I have a masking panel (8" wide x 72" high) that I insert in the left side of the screen frame. The panel (1.5" thick styrofoam covered with ProtoStar material) fits perfectly inside the Dalite Da-Snap frame.

For 2.35 pics, I zoom to fill the 144" width and shift the pic to line up with the bottom of the screen. This leaves a 10" wide black bar across the top, but I find that this is completely ignorable in that location.
Thanks. So you only use lens zooming, no software zooming is needed, just in "Normal" mode?
By the way, what do you do for 16:9 movies? Presumably those should leave a wider black bar to the side than 8".
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Is anybody using the vw1000/1100 with a (custom) screen to match its aspect ratio? In other words aspect ratio 4096/2160 approximately 1.9. Such a screen would show black bars to the sides for 16/9 movies and black bars to the top and bottom for 2.35:1 movies, so black bars in all scenarios which is a minus, but it would use the full vertical resolution for 16/9 movies and the full horizontal resolution for 2.35:1 movies which is a plus. Or am I mistaken and some sort of zoom would be required?

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Thanks. So you only use lens zooming, no software zooming is needed, just in "Normal" mode?
By the way, what do you do for 16:9 movies? Presumably those should leave a wider black bar to the side than 8".
Yes, I use only zoom and lens shift. For 16x9 tv and movies, I still use the 1.9 AR of the Sony (to utilize all its pixels), i.e., a 136x72 pic for me. This cuts off a few lines of the top and bottom of the 16x9 pic, but I have no problem with this.
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Is anybody using the vw1000/1100 with a (custom) screen to match its aspect ratio? In other words aspect ratio 4096/2160 approximately 1.9. Such a screen would show black bars to the sides for 16/9 movies and black bars to the top and bottom for 2.35:1 movies, so black bars in all scenarios which is a minus, but it would use the full vertical resolution for 16/9 movies and the full horizontal resolution for 2.35:1 movies which is a plus. Or am I mistaken and some sort of zoom would be required?

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On second thought this isn't going to work. Since the UHD standard is 2160x3840 a one to one pixel mapping from the output of the blu-ray player to the vw1100 will leave 256 pixel wide black bars on the sides. So for a 2.35:1 movie there will be black bars on the top, bottom and sides. Anything other than a one to one pixel mapping is going to create noise. So even a screen that matches the projector's resolution can't get around the fact that it uses a non standard aspect ratio.

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