Originally Posted by wl1
Dolby Vision apears in the Extended Info (Input) area on my 203, when playing a DV disc back on my 1080P projector. It explains wthe juddery 24Hz to 60hz conversion issue I keep whingeing about......
So a consistent approach for HDR10+ would be for this to show up in the Input Area too. Is this not the case? I have no HDR10+ discs to test.
Obviously, the output of the 203 should be what your display can deal with.
Originally Posted by claw
With Dolby Vision discs:
If your display supports DV the info will report Dolby Vision as source.
If your display does not support DV but does support HDR10 the info will report HDR as source.
If your display does not support either DV or HDR10 the info will report Dolby Vision as source because DV is being converted to SDR.
So the only time you will see HDR10+ reported as source is if you have a display that supports it. Or if a HDR10+ conversion to DV or to HDR10 or to SDR feature is added.
The HDR10+ DOES show up in the Extended Info area, when outputting to a 1080P display, but only on mkv media playback.
When checking the same movie with disc playback, it displays BDMV HDR instead. I think this is inconsistent, as the source is HDR10+ but is using the base HDR 10 to convert to SDR.
I think the Input info area should always show the disc/file content, ie SDR/HDR/DV/HDR10+. With the Output info area showing what the Oppo is oututting to the Display based on its capabilities and the Oppo settings.
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