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Tks for the reply. What I meant was to watch 16:9 movies without the black bars on the left and right. Watching 16:9 movies to fill the whole screen like a 2:35.1 movie. I guess the only way is to get an anamorphic lens. Was thinking of the Panamorph Paladin or Paladin DCR.
Why would you want to do that? Everything gets stretched and distorded to look wide and fat?

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Tks for the reply. What I meant was to watch 16:9 movies without the black bars on the left and right. Watching 16:9 movies to fill the whole screen like a 2:35.1 movie. I guess the only way is to get an anamorphic lens. Was thinking of the Panamorph Paladin or Paladin DCR.
Then you have two options,

- Cut off just enough at the top & bottom of your 16:9 image by using digital masking and this way you can watch your 16:9 movies filling your whole scope screen but obviously with missing image information at the top & bottom.

- Stretch the image to fill your screen on the sides. Lumagens NLS will let you do this.

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Apparently with the anamorphic lens it doesn’t do that. It just cut off 10% of the image of the top and bottom.

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Then you have two options,

- Cut off just enough at the top & bottom of your 16:9 image by using digital masking and this way you can watch your 16:9 movies filling your whole scope screen but obviously with missing image information at the top & bottom.

- Stretch the image to fill your screen on the sides. Lumagens NLS will let you do this.
Lumagen would be the other cheaper option rather then the anomrphic lens. But which one give the best overall picture quality? Anamorphic lens or lumagen? Or are they close results?

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Apparently with the anamorphic lens it doesn’t do that. It just cut off 10% of the image of the top and bottom.
With JVC you can do that with projector control called masking, I believe Sony has that too? Didn't come to my mind earlier, because I wouldn't want to cut anything off from the content.

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With JVC you can do that with projector control called masking, I believe Sony has that too? Didn't come to my mind earlier, because I wouldn't want to cut anything off from the content.

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Sony has a full theatrical 4k panel too so can actually display more pixels horizontally, 2160 v 1980 I think.
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Sony has a full theatrical 4k panel too so can actually display more pixels horizontally, 2160 v 1980 I think.
I think you mean 4096 v 3840 v 1920.... You quoted the vertical res.
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I just received the Vertex 2 and followed the instructions suggested earlier in this thread with Apple TV. When I activate DV on Apple TV, it reverts back to the previous setting. The projector is Sony 295ES.

Any help would be much appreciated.
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I just received the Vertex 2 and followed the instructions suggested earlier in this thread with Apple TV. When I activate DV on Apple TV, it reverts back to the previous setting. The projector is Sony 295ES.

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Projectors dont support DV
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Projectors dont support DV
On the contrary.....
With the HD Fury devices, any HDR10 device can accept profile 5 Dolby Vision.

@lesacre I suggest you ask your question in the Dolby Vision, including HDR10 conversion w/ DTM on Projectors? thread in the High Dynamic Range (HDR) & Wide Color Gamut (WCG) Forum.
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On the contrary.....
With the HD Fury devices, any HDR10 device can accept profile 5 Dolby Vision.

@lesacre I suggest you ask your question in the Dolby Vision, including HDR10 conversion w/ DTM on Projectors? thread in the High Dynamic Range (HDR) & Wide Color Gamut (WCG) Forum.
Ok, that I have missed
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Ok, that I have missed
Get your self over there!
I have found it to be quite the revelation.
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I have found it to be quite the revelation.
I think my lucky stars for discovering the AVS Forum... Aside from hardware knowledge, both the Dolby Vision hack and BEQ have been an INCREDIBLE upgrade to the home cinema.
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With JVC you can do that with projector control called masking, I believe Sony has that too? Didn't come to my mind earlier, because I wouldn't want to cut anything off from the content.

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Sony doesn’t have masking control. Tks
Yes it has, its called blanking.
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Okay, you got me. BEQ?

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Okay, you got me. BEQ?
Bass equalization. Fixing up idiotically low pass filtered Blu Rays and UHDs. See my sig and the thread
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/113-s...ed-movies.html


Your mileage will vary for some movies, but there are some, especially with the Atmos remixes, where the low pass ruination is so egregious it is impossible to go back to pre BEQ. First Man, Battleship. Atomic Blonde. Oblivion. Most Marvel UHDs. Even the new War of the World's has been decimated. Although there are improvements under discussion. Eg the DVD and Blu Ray did have some pretty badly clipped signals. The UHD is still using all 32 bits of the wave but doesn't look like the waveforms are clipped. I'm in Australia so don't have the UHD yet so haven't analyzed it myself

I run one of the repositories for BEQ mainly for the less popular films from my collection (in my sig).
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Bass equalization. Fixing up idiotically low pass filtered Blu Rays and UHDs. See my sig and the thread
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/113-s...ed-movies.html


Your mileage will vary for some movies, but there are some, especially with the Atmos remixes, where the low pass ruination is so egregious it is impossible to go back to pre BEQ. First Man, Battleship. Atomic Blonde. Oblivion. Most Marvel UHDs. Even the new War of the World's has been decimated. Although there are improvements under discussion. Eg the DVD and Blu Ray did have some pretty badly clipped signals. The UHD is still using all 32 bits of the wave but doesn't look like the waveforms are clipped. I'm in Australia so don't have the UHD yet so haven't analyzed it myself

I run one of the repositories for BEQ mainly for the less popular films from my collection (in my sig).
I presume by idiotically low pass filtered stuff you mean too much cut off from the bottom?

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I presume by idiotically low pass filtered stuff you mean too much cut off from the bottom?
So much stuff is unnaturally low pass filtered you may as well give your subwoofer away. And don't even bother with Crowsons.

This is what first man looks like spectrally, with and without BEQ

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As a two-year owner of the 885ES, I finally have a setup that shows the beautiful potential of the projector, thanks to the Lumagen RadiancePro in combination with a Paladin DCR anamorphic lens, and my wife and I are still excited after a few weeks of viewing both SDR and HDR sources! Due to cost considerations, I tried for over a year to tweak the tone-mapping combination of the Panasonic UB9000 and the projector, including the latest firmware update. No matter what settings I chose in combination with a full calibration, the results were very inconsistent.

And, in HDR mode (SDR can be calibrated with a 10 point white balance, using Sony Calibration Projector Pro), the Sony only offers two white points to adjust white balance, even if you hire a calibrator. Thanks to the RadiancePro and Kris Deering's incredible consulting services, I obtained an accurate calibration for both SDR and HDR, and Kris also provided a full, custom configuration of the RadiancePro for my setup, including auto-aspect ratio. No more switching between Squeeze and V-Stretch for the DCR lens. And the customer service at Lumagen was first-class.

On a 120" diagonal, 2.35 scope screen, using 1.2 gain Screen Innovations Slate material, peak white was 120 nits--more than enough to provide a 3 dimensional picture even for HDR.
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I presume by idiotically low pass filtered stuff you mean too much cut off from the bottom?
So much stuff is unnaturally low pass filtered you may as well give your subwoofer away. And don't even bother with Crowsons.

This is what first man looks like spectrally, with and without BEQ

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/113-s...l#post57313516
Wow. That is drastic. I guess I am lucky I have to curtail my bass due to my wife's sensibilities.

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As a two-year owner of the 885ES, I finally have a setup that shows the beautiful potential of the projector, thanks to the Lumagen RadiancePro in combination with a Paladin DCR anamorphic lens, and my wife and I are still excited after a few weeks of viewing both SDR and HDR sources! Due to cost considerations, I tried for over a year to tweak the tone-mapping combination of the Panasonic UB9000 and the projector, including the latest firmware update. No matter what settings I chose in combination with a full calibration, the results were very inconsistent.

And, in HDR mode (SDR can be calibrated with a 10 point white balance, using Sony Calibration Projector Pro), the Sony only offers two white points to adjust white balance, even if you hire a calibrator. Thanks to the RadiancePro and Kris Deering's incredible consulting services, I obtained an accurate calibration for both SDR and HDR, and Kris also provided a full, custom configuration of the RadiancePro for my setup, including auto-aspect ratio. No more switching between Squeeze and V-Stretch for the DCR lens. And the customer service at Lumagen was first-class.

On a 120" diagonal, 2.35 scope screen, using 1.2 gain Screen Innovations Slate material, peak white was 120 nits--more than enough to provide a 3 dimensional picture even for HDR.
Sounds like you have hit nirvana. Congrats on getting it as you like it.
I would love to have another 5-10 grand to spend on stuff but alas it is not the case.
I will make do with my Vertex 2 and LLDV for now.

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Yes it has, its called blanking.
Sorry my bad, didn’t know blanking does that. So I can adjust a 16:9 movie to fill my 2:35.1 screen. Please show me how to do so?

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Sorry my bad, didn’t know blanking does that. So I can adjust a 16:9 movie to fill my 2:35.1 screen. Please show me how to do so?
If you would like to watch a 1.85:1 movie on 2.35:1 screen ou use the zoom funktion. You will then have part of the picture shown outside the screen at top and bottom. Those parts can you black out (like shut off) the pixels at top and bottom to avoid picture outside the frame of the screen. Note that you cannot blank out all pixels.
A.f.a.i.k there in no other wayof filling the with of the screen without loosing the proportions. Stretch funktion is one of those funktions that is intended for use with an anamorphic lens.
Settings is under ”aspect”

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Hmm all this aspect ratio talk has me wondering why I'm not figuring how to flip from the aspect menu, so if I watch a 2.35:1 movie I can move it to the full panel setting. Does the zoom etc settings remember when you select the AR mode?
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Hmm all this aspect ratio talk has me wondering why I'm not figuring how to flip from the aspect menu, so if I watch a 2.35:1 movie I can move it to the full panel setting. Does the zoom etc settings remember when you select the AR mode?
If you save it, it remembers.
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If you save it, it remembers.
Yeah, I figured it out last night. It is a multi part thing, you have to first save current regular 1.85 AR setting by going to menu, go to the Screen menu, Picture Position, select 1.85:1, then Enter and it saves the current setting. Then you go and select Aspect ratio -> 2.35:1, then you bring up your image zoom settings and git it so the image fits on screen and aligned correctly, go back to the Screen Menu, Picture Position, select 2.35:1, then Enter and it saves those settings.

Then it is just a matter of when watching you select the Position button and select either 2.35 or 1.85. And on the harmony you can add that directly on the startup so it will say revert to 1.85 when it starts.
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If you would like to watch a 1.85:1 movie on 2.35:1 screen ou use the zoom funktion. You will then have part of the picture shown outside the screen at top and bottom. Those parts can you black out (like shut off) the pixels at top and bottom to avoid picture outside the frame of the screen. Note that you cannot blank out all pixels.
A.f.a.i.k there in no other wayof filling the with of the screen without loosing the proportions. Stretch funktion is one of those funktions that is intended for use with an anamorphic lens.
Settings is under ”aspect”
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Yeah, I figured it out last night. It is a multi part thing, you have to first save current regular 1.85 AR setting by going to menu, go to the Screen menu, Picture Position, select 1.85:1, then Enter and it saves the current setting. Then you go and select Aspect ratio -> 2.35:1, then you bring up your image zoom settings and git it so the image fits on screen and aligned correctly, go back to the Screen Menu, Picture Position, select 2.35:1, then Enter and it saves those settings.

Then it is just a matter of when watching you select the Position button and select either 2.35 or 1.85. And on the harmony you can add that directly on the startup so it will say revert to 1.85 when it starts.
Hi mate.

Does the 2.35:1 setting use the entire 4096 panel width?

I ask as you still have your 550 right? If so, you only have impulse MF at any 4k resolution and therefore it makes no odds if you go to 4096, but on the newer boards, if you use 3840 width you get full MF options, but it drops to impulse only if you use 4096.
I know it is a matter of taste, but motionflow is not something I would personally want to give up.

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Does the 2.35:1 setting use the entire 4096 panel width?

I ask as you still have your 550 right? If so, you only have impulse MF at any 4k resolution and therefore it makes no odds if you go to 4096, but on the newer boards, if you use 3840 width you get full MF options, but it drops to impulse only if you use 4096.
I know it is a matter of taste, but motionflow is not something I would personally want to give up.
Yes still the 550. Yes it does use full panel width. I've never used motion flow and think Motion flow if a xxxxing abomination and an affront to cinema and lovers of film. I'd love to see it treated as a crime against humanity... I also see it as something hardware manufacturers use as an easy piece of fluff to add rather than something actually looking at image quality. Eg. Just imagine they tried making something that could display 100% rec0020. Too hard. More dots easy. Useless interpolation easy. Lazy
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