Originally Posted by Riptide_NVN
Question regarding 10bit content. If you play 10bit content while the screen is in 4:4:4 8bit 60hz then what is the result? I am assuming it looks off?
The TV changes mode as soon as you press "play" on the 10bit clip, out of 4:4:4 8bit 60hz into something else. We can't see precisely which mode it's in because the TV's info screen doesn't tell you. The TV's info screen only gives you resolution and frame rate.
Samsung thinks that we don't want to know the bit-depth OR the chroma information of the incoming signal, but they are wrong, wrong, wrong. We want to know both of those two secret pieces of technical information.
But by a process of elimination, it's probably 4K60 10bit 4:2:0.
The 10bit 60Hz modes that the TV supports are in the first link in my sig. Click it to see why I said 4:2:0.
If that is correct then if you take the file and play it off a thumbdrive directly from the TV itself.
Well remember you can't get 4:4:4 8bit 60Hz outside of "PC mode", and "PC mode" means a HDMI input ONLY. It never gives you 4:4:4 from the USB drive playback.
Originally Posted by justpassedu
I don't have any solid settings to post I have tried every setting reccomended here as well as ratings settings which produced a dark picture and when I played with those a bit to brighten it up everything looked washed out.
Just post what you have now, anything. It's just a starting point. We can't help otherwise.