Why won't Windows 10 recognize my KS9000 as HDR capable
I have changed the title of this thread because for the moment the source of my trouble has changed. Please see posts 10 and 11 below for the current core question and if interested below this line for how the original troubleshooting started:
I have been using AnyDVD/CloneBD for a long time now and AnyDVD/Handbrake before that. Recently I was in need of some software that DVDFab had to offer, and the "bundle" pricing just seemed to make sense so I now have licenses for both.
I recently did some comparisons between videos ripped with each software (for reasons I'll cover in another thread). I found that there is a substantial difference in the image on 4K videos between the two programs, while BluRay didn't seem to have the same visible variance.
The DVDFab rip seems to have a sharper image with more detail, but the color is muted / washed out. 1st screen image
The CloneBD rip is deeper colors but is saturated and looses some of the detail you should pick up in 4K. 2nd screen image
Has anyone noticed this? I have not been able to find any settings that would adjust this during ripping.
2K Blu Ray was not noticeably different between the results.
Thanks for any thoughts or help on how this might be adjusted. I'm really not happy with either results.
There is also a separate question about video studder, but I'll do that in a separate thread.
Marantz - AV7702mkii | Adcom - GFA 7500 (2 Ea)
5.1.2 Definitive Technology Speakers | Mains: BP-20 (bi-amped) | Center: CLR (bi-amp custom crossover) | Rears: BP-6 | Front Height: BP-1
Media Player: HTPC | BR Player: Pioneer BPD-80D
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Last edited by TODDAVS; 05-06-2020 at 09:58 PM.