Originally Posted by HDfury
Yes it's possible with automix as long as connected sinks at the output report 300MHz 4K60 4:2:0 and that you have BT2020 checked.
The best to make sure you pickup the right one and to make sure the source will see the right mode is to select the 4K60 4:2:0 10bit BT2020 from the custom dropdown in GUI.
The Integral has become an absolute requirement for flawless operation of the samsung UHD player. Even for owners of the new RS400, RS500, & RS600.
I am using it to convert 4K/60 4:4:4 8 bit to 4k/60 4:2:0 8bit. This allows the players menu and youtube to work flwaless, even over a 50ft monoprice cabernet cable. 4K/60 4:4:4 does not play well with the JVC projector even with short cables.
I can sucessfully use both the 4k/60-420 8bit setting, and the 4k/60-420 10 bit HDR BT2020 All Sound setting.
Myself and other members are finding that HDR on the JVC is kind of a mess. Is there any way we can get a custom EDID that would allow us to have 4k/60-420 10bit BT2020, but have the HDR flag removed. We basically would like to be able to toggle on/off HDR, and the JVC gives no control of this.
The only way to get SDR is by switching back to 8 bit currently.
If a 4k/60-420 10bit BT2020 All Sound EDID could be added, I think there would be tons of JVC owners who would greatly benefit.
All the UHD movies are currently 4k/24-444 10or12bit HDR Bt2020. But since the player will only output 4k/60 4:4:4 8bit for its system menu and youtube, it makes use of the player totally unreliable without the 4:2:2>4:2:0 conversion!