Originally Posted by markswift2003
Wonder if anyone can shed any light here - tonight, for the first time, the OSD popped up on screen twice during a movie (standard HDR10).
As far as I could see, the meta data had not changed and I do have "Ignore HDR Metadata Change" ticked in the gui.
There was no projector resync and indeed, no glitch whatsoever to either audio or video, the OSD simply appeared for its allotted 10s. I didn't notice whether or not the OLED illuminated (it's behind the rack) but I would assume so.
Anyone any ideas what might cause this?
Config file attached
What was the source brand/model at input when this happened ?
According to your config, you have HDR disable, that is good if you have JVC PJ and want to use custom gamma curve with it, however you also have HLG > HDR translation, which can eventually let some metadata pass thru if incoming metadata eotf is flagged as HLG.
So I would try 2 things:
1. Disable HLG > HDR, see if you have issue again.
2. Update to latest firmware, see if you have issue again.
Originally Posted by stefano tonelli
I've a problem with vertex CEC control
This is my setup: Nvidia Shield ->Vertex -> Output1 Epson TW9400 (4k passthrough) -> Output2 Onkyo 809 (1080p)
Everything works fine but the CEC on the Onkyo.
The onkyo is not recognising the shield as a valid rihd (cec?) device when it's connected through the Vertex.
The projector turns off when I turn off the shield with no issues.
If I try to connect the shield directly to the onkyo, the av receiver correctly recognises the shield as a valid rihd device.
You need to export config when you have an issue, refer to first post.
It seems a misunderstanding on how CEC works, CEC master is BOTTOM OUTPUT. first you need to make sure that CEC is ON on Vertex.
Then if PJ have CEC management, just connect AVR output to PJ, then it should be just fine, however only PJ (CEC ROOT) will be able to control and see all devices connected downstream.
If AVR is not linked to any ROOT, then AVR becomes a root itself and then you have 2 roots in the same chain and that can create issue.
Understand that in CEC, the root is the TV and everything fall from the tree, so if TV > VERTEX > SHIELD, the AVR is out of the equation here. so by linking AVR to TV(root) then TV CEC will see it, not sure if it will allow AVR CEC network to detect Root CEC devices (I highly doubt it since both are not from the same brand), but that depends on how they share CEC ID and how CEC root is implemented on PJ/TV.
So to summarize:
Link AVR output to PJ input
"cec on" and "video processor" settings on Vertex and then if the PJ has CEC control all should be ok (at least from a PJ/TV CEC control perspective).
I doubt AVR will ever be able to see a device not connected at its input. that's just how CEC works unfortunately.