When I said "as a 14 year member of AVS Forum I am sure you know how to use the Private Message feature" that was not because I was looking to be contacted by you privately (see PM message below).
Rather, my comments were directed at you not having the courtesy of contacting the thread starter and maintainer of the first post,
, regarding this spreadsheet idea of yours.
Further to that, based on your reply, I see you want to continue to maintain the Displays in this spreadsheet according to the list compiled by Scott Wilkinson which, as I pointed out, does not include the HU + SEK Evolution Kit because, as he puts it, it is no longer available in the marketplace even though it has in fact been confirmed by Samsung it does support HDR.
Oh well, in the event this idea of yours does get off the ground and you make the spreadsheet available for "public edits" like you mentioned in your initial post on this thread, the only collaborating I'll be doing is correcting the information by adding the Samsung HU9000 + SEK combination and I am sure many owners of the SEK and other models in the HU series will follow suit.
But, like I said, this particular thread as the title says is all about the Master List of currently available 4K HDR titles
that will be updated often, not
UHD Displays, not
UHD Blu-ray Players and not
HDR-capable AVRs that you would also like to incorporate.
Hey, maybe you should start your own thread.
Originally Posted by SUOrangeman
Thank you for your comments on the 4K HDR spreadsheet. Hopefully, All of these wonderful features (HDR10, DV, UHDP, etc.) will soon be so commonplace that it'll be unnecessary to anyone to track them. The beauty of using GoogleDocs is that anyone can contribute to the information and anyone can download a copy for their own use. I just want to get the format right before letting the world have at it. My previous spreadsheets worked well for a time, but folks eventually made the "main instance" too personal for their own use, which limited its overall effectiveness and value.
In the mean time, I look forward to collaborating with you further on this document. I like your suggestion of link directly to the worksheet of known HDR programming content. I'll have to dig into Google's APIs to see how much of that is possible.
I'm also looking to incorporate HDR-capable AVRs, as I suspect that too is a relatively short list for now. Right now, there's about 55 devices total to go along with 155 titles, so I can keep them in the same document for now. Once a particular device or title becomes hard to find, I'll see if separating the worksheets into individual files while remaining in sync with the source posts from ray0414 and Wilkinson.
I also fixed my signature. The URL shortener I've used has become less and less reliable over the years. It also doesn't help that the moderators don't allow the use of Google's shortener.