Originally Posted by desray2k
You should play with your Panasonic settings. What is the setting you set on your Panny advanced video settings? Try to set the Color bit-depth to 10/12bit. You can set the Color space to either 4:2:2 and then let the projector to do the rest of the conversion. It should help with the banding issue.
As for the images you depicted, yes that’s what Manni is trying to say when you want to illustrate that the actual video signal put out by a source is saying one thing but the JVC display is showing something else. And one way to find out the exact output from the source to the display is to cycle to the desired Color space on your JVC to detect the anomalies as it will not appear if set to Auto.
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I'm thinking the banding in that specific scene is in the source and only on that scene, I tried every setting on the Panasonic and the banding is still there. Setting it at 4:2:2, either 10 bit or 12 bit priority makes no difference.
The other thing that is confusing is when I set the HTPC to 12bit RGB full at 23/24Hz, everything is correct, on the desk top and through MPC with MadVR.
Choosing those settings on the Panasonic displays that pink and green image.
I believe part of the problem with the UB900 is that it's own on screen display is set at 60hz and the JVC displays this up in the corner, but when it switches to the native 23.976 fps/hz to the disc, I don't think it's switching properly.
At any rate, I watched Bumblebee with MadVR and it was stellar, the fire, lights, dark scenes and details, it put the 300es to shame, there was no comparison.
I let MadVR process the HDR and compared it to the HDR tone mapping on the JVC, I found both were very good.