MY MADVR SETTINGS - UPDATED APRIL 2019 - HDR TO SDR TONE MAPPING BETA SETTINGS ADDED AT THE BOTTOM
Note, for Image up-scaling (Yellow highlighted), NGU might need to be set on HIGH or MEDIUM if your card cannot keep up. This is the biggest killer of performance, all else can pretty safely be left where it is, if your card cant keep up, play with that setting first. Chroma NGU settings can also slightly affect this, I have mine at Medium which I use now - no visible difference from High), and I get ~31ms render times in 10Bit output from MadVR. If the card still runs slow, use Control-J in MadVR to see your render times, you want to make sure you have no dropped frames, and I recommend going no further than a general 32ms max render time, just to ensure there is a little overhead and your card is not just sitting there at 100%.
Basically do whatever you can to make sure NGU is actually what is being used for the algorithms. I like NGU Sharp for Image Upscaling, if you think there is a bit of added noise try NGU Anti-Alias.
I do not use any other enhancements in MadVR at all, none of them are necessary. If I have omitted a MadVR settings page its either because they are all switched off, or left at default/irrelevant.
For the HDR Settings in MadVR, those are going to allow you to use the DI in HDR mode, and negate the need for a Linker device as it will also stop the PJ from Auto Switching to HDR mode, so you will manually need to enable HDR on your projector with these settings if you watch HDR content. I like it this way, gives me total control and enables the DI to function in HDR. No linker needed!
I am able to play perfectly 2160p HDR UHD Bluray rips with these settings.
JVC Settings are correct, Enhance 2, Clear Black Low.
YMMV of course for the above JVC settings, there are no rules.
I run my PC output at 2160p / 23hz / 12Bit to the JVC.
I would definitely recommend doing EVERYTHING you can to get a proper 2160p
source output to the JVC, don't bother using it in 1080p.
TONE MAPPING SETTINGS
You need to be on the latest beta, which means downloading the most recent official build, then downloading the most recent test build in the MadVR thread. It changes almost every day, so these are only for the recent build as of March 2019, but will likely work fine in later builds.
The Min Target / Real Display Nits as it says should be your REAL peak light output if you know it. If you dont know, try 85 first, if its really bright raise it to something like 100 and so on...
At the moment I have dynamic clipping on only 25 because of a bug, but usually it should be on 100, but right now it seems to clip more than it should, so 25 is a good sweet spot alternative to disabling it for now until this is sorted in a later build.
Each of your calibration tabs should look like this: