Originally Posted by eedwards86
Thank you, I was able to find it so I appreciate your help.
Additionally, i'm also using the Nvidia Shield Pro and i'm seeing some of the same things as you. For instance (and I need to double check this) but HDR only displays properly on 23.98hz/59.95hz and wasn't displaying correctly at 24/60hz. I did test out a 4K HDR Blu-Ray and it looked fantastic but i'm using the Sony UBP-X700. Also on my Amazon Firestick 4K everything seemed to work correctly, it was showing 10-bit 4:4:4 HDR with frame rate matching so no issues there. Definitely more testing to do. Right now i'm trying to get the brightness dialed in for HD and 4K and bring out the blacks as much as possible.
Please keep me posted on what you find and i'll certainly share what's been working for me.
I don’t have a P1 but planning to get when stock comes in.
From what you have describe, it would seem to be the player’s settings that makes a difference, not the projector.
I’m using a HTPC running Kodi with a Panasonic plasma P50V11, which is full HD.
I find that fullHD colours is richer than 4K.
The Video scaling setting makes a difference in the picture quality, similar to a camera’s picture profile setting.
However, 4K still looks wash out as compared to FHD.
Thus I believe it’s the player that controls the picture quality more than the projector’s picture settings.
To update some findings today 26Apr20.
I’m using HTPC running windows10 with GPU GTX1650, using Kodi as the player.
It seems like the using Nvidia setting is better.