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Turns out Reset Factory Defaults > Erase Accounts & Settings does *NOT* delete your active WiFi credentials.

In these players all it does is erase server log in credentials.
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Good to know. That was my main reason for not doing the one that says account settings. It’s a pita doing the Wi-Fi setup on the OPPO remote. But still if the plain reset factory defaults does the necessary reset I’m good with that
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If you use SMB networking, you will have to re-enter username/password if you elect to erase Acoounts too. Don’t bother, IMO....In terms of a FW Reset, both options are the same.
Thanks. The only issue I had was I needed to switch out the HDMI cable, for some reason it kept dropping the connection after the upgrade.

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I know Oppos have some quirks, but that seems like an unbelievably bizarre requirement to play these files correctly. Even doing all that, it's still not working, and I'm almost positive that I could simply play them with Atmos output in previous firmware versions, no special conditions required.
As I said, this is not new for MKV and DTHD, even the BDP-103 is the same way.

If you're getting DTHD bitstream out of the player then the player is working as it should. There's no such thing as an "Atmos output", its all just DTHD bitstream. If your AVR is showing DTHD input but no Atmos, that an issue outside of the player.
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Lots of scalping going on. On the Audiogon site there is a brand new, boxed 203 selling for 1000.00 and a 205 for 1995.00 I hate that hobbyists feel the need to rip others off.
Damn! I got my 203 shortly before Oppo announced that it would no longer make disc players. Timing, as they say, is everything.
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I know Oppos have some quirks, but that seems like an unbelievably bizarre requirement to play these files correctly. Even doing all that, it's still not working, and I'm almost positive that I could simply play them with Atmos output in previous firmware versions, no special conditions required.
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As I said, this is not new for MKV and DTHD, even the BDP-103 is the same way.

If you're getting DTHD bitstream out of the player then the player is working as it should. There's no such thing as an "Atmos output", its all just DTHD bitstream. If your AVR is showing DTHD input but no Atmos, that an issue outside of the player.
We are trying to confirm that Atmos over TrueHD/DD+ for HDMI IN still works with the updated firmware since it apparently was an accidental feature.

The DTS-HD is a separate related issue.

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So went from the beta to 60-0625 this afternoon, reset factory defaults & everything is working perfectly! Again my thanks to all the folks at Oppo that made this happen!
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I'm trying to upgrade to the latest firmware version today and my player is connected to the internet but when I try to update I get a message says it cannot connect to to the server. Anyone else having a similar issue and if so do you have a solution thanks in advance for assistance.
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I'm trying to upgrade to the latest firmware version today and my player is connected to the internet but when I try to update I get a message says it cannot connect to to the server. Anyone else having a similar issue and if so do you have a solution thanks in advance for assistance.
Are you currently running North American firmware? What version?

Does Connection Test work?

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Thank you in advance for your reply. I am using North American version and connection test shows that I am connected.
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Thank you in advance for your reply. I am using North American version and connection test shows that I am connected.
What is the exact string shown for Setup -> Device Setup -> Firmware Information?

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We are trying to confirm that Atmos over TrueHD/DD+ for HDMI IN still works with the updated firmware since it apparently was an accidental feature.

The DTS-HD is a separate related issue.
@rdgrimes & @ntxoa , I see I may have caused some confusion with my Atmos comment, so let me clarify. I not getting a Dolby TrueHD bitstream output (containing the Atmos data) when I play files on a USB drive via the Oppo output over HDMI. Instead, I'm getting a decoded 7.1 PCM output. If I switch from Auto (output) to bitstream, I'm not getting any audio output at all. Previously, it correctly output the bitstream audio signal from these files, no special conditions required.

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This is what it shows for firmware information I don't know if that helps or not and how do I determine whether it's a North American version. Thank you for your assistance. I purchase it from Crutchfield last year so I assumed it was a North American version.
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Google "Oppo Digital" instead. Plenty of references to the great company we still appreciate.
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This is what it shows for firmware information I don't know if that helps or not and how do I determine whether it's a North American version. Thank you for your assistance. I purchase it from Crutchfield last year so I assumed it was a North American version.
I would retry at intervals in case it is a transient network issue.

Else: you can upgrade via USB or optical disc. Instructions are on OPPO's support page.

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Confirmed Atmos with DD+ working via the 203's HDMI input here as well, using a Roku Premier+ (which, by the way, got an update this past week that finally fixes native refresh rate when passing through the 203; you must also select 4:2:2 output in the Roku, which should be the default setting).
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I not getting a Dolby TrueHD bitstream output (containing the Atmos data) when I play files on a USB drive via the Oppo output over HDMI. Instead, I'm getting a decoded 7.1 PCM output.
You’ve done the factory defaults reset and restart procedure?

Can you get non-Atmos TrueHD bitstreams?

It would be really bad if the new firmware only does PCM in both cases.

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Instead, I'm getting a decoded 7.1 PCM output. If I switch from Auto (output) to bitstream, I'm not getting any audio output at all. Previously, it correctly output the bitstream audio signal from these files, no special conditions required.
Nothing has changed on your attached audio equipment? They are not set to request PCM?

I can confirm that nothing special was required on the previous production firmware for TrueHD bitstream.

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So, has anyone else watched a non-anamorphic DVD on their UDP-203 lately? I just did, and unfortunately noticed what appears to be poor scaling by the Oppo in the "full" zoom mode.

This was most visible to me during the movie's scrolling end credits. When the 203 is in "1:1/no zoom" mode (pillarboxing the 4:3 frame), the credits scroll up perfectly smoothly. But as soon as I put it in "zoom: full," the credits show a very obvious shimmering/aliasing effect.

This is on the latest UDP20X-60-0625 firmware, and happens in both UHD/4K and 1080p output. To experiment, I left the Oppo in 1:1 mode and used my Sony X900E TV to zoom, which resulted in artifact-free, smoothly scrolling end credits. So it definitely seems like undesirable scaling/zooming happening in the Oppo.

I sent this in as a bug report to Oppo, but am wondering if anyone else here has noticed it, or would be interested in reproducing it. Also, I don't recall this being an issue on my old BDP-83, so I may pull it out of the closet and compare.
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Thank you for all of your help and assistance bill. Have a great evening.
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I'm still on the last beta, but it's been possible since the beginning (Dec. 2016); I suppose I'll do the official update and check it out

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Just got to the point where I am starting to tinker with settings on my 203. Installing a firmware update on it today got me looking around the settings menu and in der the HDR settings it has a “target luminance” setting that I have no idea what to do with. Do I even need to mess with this setting? I have a Sony 65” Z9D tv because 3D lives on in my world.

I can’t imagine converting HDR to SDR ever but since I am far from an expert in the 4K veiwing realm I thought I would get some advice from those that are.

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Just got to the point where I am starting to tinker with settings on my 203. Installing a firmware update on it today got me looking around the settings menu and in der the HDR settings it has a “target luminance” setting that I have no idea what to do with. Do I even need to mess with this setting? I have a Sony 65” Z9D tv because 3D lives on in my world.

I can’t imagine converting HDR to SDR ever but since I am far from an expert in the 4K veiwing realm I thought I would get some advice from those that are.

Thank you in advance for any and all enlightenment on the subject.
You do not need to convert HDR to SDR.

Leave HDR on Auto. The Target Luminance and HDR to SDR Conversion Mode settings will simply be ignored because no HDR to SDR conversion is happening.
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I'm trying to upgrade to the latest firmware version today and my player is connected to the internet but when I try to update I get a message says it cannot connect to to the server. Anyone else having a similar issue and if so do you have a solution thanks in advance for assistance.

I had same issue this time. I had to unplug
power to fix. Everything worked after restart
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Hey Bob, maybe you've experienced this problem or heard about it. When I start up certain Dolby Vision titles (i.e. mostly Paramount discs such as Transformers, Mission Impossible, etc.) on my Oppo 203 (running into a Denon x4300h and out to an LG E6); I hear the sound, but get no picture, only LG static screen saver at first, and then most of the time the picture comes in 5- 7 seconds later......and sometimes not at all, and if so, I then have to cycle the input on the Denon and then I see the Dolby Vision logo pop up and then I get a picture.

Have you heard of this happening? Like i said, it's only on certain Dolby Vision discs from the Oppo, I've never seen it on any other DV source (i.e. Chromecast Ultra, E6 built in apps, etc.), and it never does it on HDR10 stuff. Is this a settings issue? A Denon or LG problem?

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So, has anyone else watched a non-anamorphic DVD on their UDP-203 lately? I just did, and unfortunately noticed what appears to be poor scaling by the Oppo in the "full" zoom mode.

This was most visible to me during the movie's scrolling end credits. When the 203 is in "1:1/no zoom" mode (pillarboxing the 4:3 frame), the credits scroll up perfectly smoothly. But as soon as I put it in "zoom: full," the credits show a very obvious shimmering/aliasing effect.

This is on the latest UDP20X-60-0625 firmware, and happens in both UHD/4K and 1080p output. To experiment, I left the Oppo in 1:1 mode and used my Sony X900E TV to zoom, which resulted in artifact-free, smoothly scrolling end credits. So it definitely seems like undesirable scaling/zooming happening in the Oppo.

I sent this in as a bug report to Oppo, but am wondering if anyone else here has noticed it, or would be interested in reproducing it. Also, I don't recall this being an issue on my old BDP-83, so I may pull it out of the closet and compare.
I just checked with my copy of "Young Frankenstein", SD-DVD, which is non-Anamorphic.

Using 4K/60 output (DVD 24p Conversion OFF), the Full Zoom mode showed no problems in the end credits.
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Nothing has changed on your attached audio equipment? They are not set to request PCM?

I can confirm that nothing special was required on the previous production firmware for TrueHD bitstream.

I haven't changed anything on either device and I did the reset and restore on the Oppo after my firmware upgrade. No TrueHD bitstream for videos on the USB input, but thankfully UHD / HD Blu-rays are working fine.

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Hey Bob, maybe you've experienced this problem or heard about it. When I start up certain Dolby Vision titles (i.e. mostly Paramount discs such as Transformers, Mission Impossible, etc.) on my Oppo 203 (running into a Denon x4300h and out to an LG E6); I hear the sound, but get no picture, only LG static screen saver at first, and then most of the time the picture comes in 5- 7 seconds later......and sometimes not at all, and if so, I then have to cycle the input on the Denon and then I see the Dolby Vision logo pop up and then I get a picture.

Have you heard of this happening? Like i said, it's only on certain Dolby Vision discs from the Oppo, I've never seen it on any other DV source (i.e. Chromecast Ultra, E6 built in apps, etc.), and it never does it on HDR10 stuff. Is this a settings issue? A Denon or LG problem?

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I've not seen it. At a guess it's a Denon problem. Email OPPO Tech Support to see if they already have history on this. If not, they can help you diagnose what's going on with the HDMI handshake.

It sounds like you are experiencing 3 or 4 HDMI handshake "retries" based on the timing.
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Thank you for the suggestion I will try that sometime tonight. I did do a factory reset and that did not work. I also had the ethernet connection going into a tp-link so I even move my router so I can plug the Oppo directly into the router I still had the same message cannot connect to server. So I'm hoping that unplugging completely will work
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