If the game runs at stable 30 or 60 FPS cap, always use game motion plus to have as smoothest experience as possible. If the game allows you to unlock framerate (usually in perfromance mode) or if the game doesn't suceed at reaching framerate cap, then I would recommend to turn freesync (which turns off game motion plus) on to avoid any tearing. If the game has some minor dips below 60 FPS, you can stick to 4K 60 Hz mode as the freesync range is down to 48 FPS. However if the game is totally uncapped or if it unsuccesfull in reaching 30 FPS cap, then you have to set your console to 1440p 120 Hz mode. 120 Hz mode is crucial for the TV to unlock enhanced freesync range down to 20 FPS so you won't experience any tearing no matter how unstable the framerate is.Also does anybody have any recommend picture settings for Xbox/PS4? Anybody colourblind with red green deurotanopia or similar adjusted things? And is there any point in turning on freesync in Xbox one x if no game supports it/locked at 30 fps. Alongside this does anyone bother using auto game plus for motion interpolation? I.e. Witcher 3 on 4k goes upto 60 FPS with auto game plus if it's locked at 30.
Set the chroma at 4:2:2.. ?Srsly guys, I am really confused why I cannot get 10 bit colors while using 1440p120Hz. Only 8 bit is available in Radeon software. Other resolutions work just fine with 10 bit.
With 10 bit, the peak brightness is ca. 900 nits, with 8 bit it's only like 800 nits. I'd like to game in 1440p120Hz with HDR but it ain't that impressive :-(
If you have FreeSync enabled then Game Motion Plus will be disabled in General settings when using game picture mode.I got a Series X today to replace my Xbox one S and now auto game plus is greyed out, any ideas on what i should try to restore it how it was before ?
If you have FreeSync enabled then Game Motion Plus will be disabled in General settings when using game picture mode.
Make sure to go through all of your video settings on the Series X console and that they're setup like they were on your One S. As far as I know the 49" is compatible with FreeSync but when it comes to flickering I'm not sure if that's due to the fact it's a 60hz panel?Thanks but auto game mode is still greyed out with Freesync off, my only option are on or off which usually with my One S it would be on auto ?
Could it be Samsung didn't send an update and the TV don't see the new Series S or X as a gaming console ?
Btw is the Nu8000 49" compatible with Freesync since i have some flickering from time to time with chosing ultimate Freesync ?
Thanks for the reply. So I should have done further testing. The issue seems solely with youtube. Gaming and Netflix are fine. I should have been more thorough, but because I tested both the Xbox YT app and TV Youtube app, I thought it was a system wide issue.Holmes 108: Can you post that youtube video? I'll give it a try. I didn't know there were youtube vids with surround sound. Anyway, my sound settings also allows PCM only with youtube. But I use Plex quite often and it transfers sound to my receiver over ARC without any issues (all 5 channels). It then switches to Dolby Digital automatically.
Speaking about the Xbox, what sound output does it actually have? Is it 5.1 uncompressed (like when using PC) or does it use compressed DD or something like that?