Originally Posted by claw
Neither can I. Vertex reports HDR REC709 8-bit for Goliath, but it is obviously not HDR as I have to use my SDR REC709 user mode in my RS500 to get correct color. JVC Information page also reports 8-bit HDR.
With the Vertex MCU patch provided by HDfury today installed, the SDR Film macro is executed.
Hi guys, I got my wife's family over for the weekend so had to check this one quickly.
It's strange. The Amazon Prime stream takes a few seconds to "get going". In the beginning it's blurred. I tried Jack Ryan. It's supposed to be 4k HDR.
Please note that I have an older version of the Vertex (1.30.x.x I can't remember now). And, (this shouldn't matter anymore) I do have the "Disable HDR" ticked.
Also, I don't use the JVC Macro.
I have an RS400
Test1: Panny on SDR/BT2020.
Opened Jack Ryan quickly. It did not look right and sorry but I can't remember what the Vertex reported. I hit the back button and waited a few seconds while still in the app. Opened the Jack Ryan again and BINGO: (See file Prime_SD_BT2020 attached).
Test2: Panny on HDR/BT2020
Same thing. Opened Jack Ryan quickly. Image blurred. Went back to app main menu and waited a few seconds. Then opened Jack Ryan again. BINGO (See Prime_HDR_BT2020 atached. See that the Vertex reports SMTPE ST.2084 this time around). Looks great with my Arve 1200 nit curve for the couple of seconds I could check btw :-)
I also noticed that at least in my case, the stream was not as stable as with Netflix. After a a minute of two the stream started freezing and restarting. I never had this problem with Netflix. Anyway guys, sorry I have to run. Already being labeled as unsocial here ...
Please try waiting 30 seconds before starting the stream and if it doesn't start as expected go back and try again.