Originally Posted by MSL_DK
Hmm ... This is so weird. I have lowered the latency to 200 ms and no longer experience this problem
The latency issue was a red herring, there should be no problem with latency over your LAN.
But experiencing the problem of yellow and cyan.
HCFR is a pure digital signal generator, it sends a [1, 0, 0] to madVR and madVR will display a 100% red so that is as pure as you can get. If some other source like an mp4 of AVSHD patterns gives you a different answer then it is one of two things:
1. The video pipline between disk file encode and decode to display is not perfect, something is happening in the authoring (RGB -> mp4) or rendering (mp4->RGB) which is giving a slightly different answer than a pure [1,0,0] triplet does. Have you tried with/without dithering active, or changing some of the upsampling switches?
2. Depending on display technology it can generate slightly different luminances depending on pattern geometry (plasma in particular).
Can you post the actual primary/secondary measures page (like I did above) for the HCFR and AVSHD measurements? In the end the whole point of having madVR generate it's own patterns is so you don't have to worry about issues like this because it cuts out all the in-between steps in the video source->display chain.
By the way, I have done the same comparison measurements that you have done between PS3 generated AVSHD patterns and HCFR/madVR patterns and they match.