To me if they didn't have 3D at all would be a big selling feature. Is there such a thing as a non 3D 4K set? I have a hard time imaging that including 3D isn't detrimental to a spectacular film-like 2D picture.
Does anyone know anything about what happens when you plug in a Mac into a 4K TV (like Sony XBR55X850A)?
The new 4K TVs supposedly use HDMI 2.0 So far as I know, the newest Macs (Retina MBP & Mac Pro) support HDMI 1.4 which at best does 4K at 30Hz. Would Thunderbolt 2 to HDMI 2.0 be possible? Any hope for a PCIe video card supporting HDMI 2.0 compatible with older Mac Pros?
How good or bad would a 4K TV look being driven at lower res via Display Port or 1080P...
Yeah, screen sharing cut out on me, but some combination of turning it off/on in Settings and a reboot fixed it.I upgraded to Mavericks, no (new) EyeTV problems, the old bugs are still there. Will take the plunge with the latest EyeTV version today, we'll see what happens.
Yes, testing so carefully that they copied and pasted Elgato Game Capture HD in every paragraph… I really didn't realize how far they've fallen -- they only have one iPad tuner and one analog(!!) Mac "tuner" really A to D converter on sale.
I'd love to know how well MacGo works. I have an internal BD drive on my MacPro and have been using the MakeMKV + VLC method of playback. Lossless audio is not a concern, just digital DTS/DD out via optical-- my receiver does not support HDMI -- I have optical going to the receiver; HDMI to the TV, and in this respect no different from my Oppo BD player. The Oppo has trouble opening its tray, and I have sworn I am not getting another set top player ever again, thus my...
I forgot to report back: I Installed the PCIe SSD, and did a fresh Mountain Lion install -- all DVD Player problems went away, also the my Mac Pro now runs like a bat out of hell. I totally see why the new R2D2 Mac Pros will be PCIe only.
I should probably increase RAM from 8 to 16 GB as that seems to be the remaining performance issue as I am often running a crazy amount of stuff at the same time.
It's happening to me constantly. For the sake of brevity, I have one single Mac with a HDHR & EyeTV 500 - 3 tuners total. It very frequently records the wrong channel - typically CBS instead of NBC. Yes, restarting often fixes it or tuning the channel you need ahead of time. I am using QAM.