Did you restart or/and force new HDMI handshake in between switching settings? That's often necessary to see a change.Hi,
Lip Sync is set to on. Tried setting it to off but there was no change in the delay. Same goes for the combination:
- AVR Off + TV Off
- AVR On + TV On
- AVR On + TV Off
- AVR Off + TV On
Not sure I understand what you mean. My iOS devices get updates to one or more of my installed apps almost every day. Certainly not a one-time update covering all apps. Care to explain what you mean?If only they could add the possibility to update all apps at once (like it is possible on ios).
I don't get wwhy it's still not possible on TVOS ?
OK, I understand. I have never paid much attention and left auto update enabled.I think he means on IOS you can see which apps need updating and then update all with one button press. On the ATV you can leave the apps auto update or manually update them one by one. I usually do the manual method after installing a beta update - george
I downloaded iOS 14 and Xcode 12b. iOS was about 80Mb/s and Xcode was 12Mb/s very slow even given that the os downloads are on dedicated distribution networks. I didn't check the tvOS 14 speed but it seemed typical.Was it (12.0 beta) a slow download for you, it was for me?
I downloaded iOS 14 and Xcode 12b. iOS was about 80Mb/s and Xcode was 12Mb/s very slow even given that the os downloads are on dedicated distribution networks. I didn't check the tvOS 14 speed but it seemed typical.
To jump the gun just bit. YouTube is still 2k. But the HUD now says DoVi 5 instead of DoVi so there's that. yay.
Reading comprehension fail on my part. https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/06/macs-will-finally-get-4k-hdr-netflix-streams-in-macos-big-sur/By “they” I assume you mean Google and I never heard it was going to be HDR in addition to 4K. Do you have a link?
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I’m not Jim, but I hope it’s ok to answer anyway.Hi Jim,
Any good news regarding 24fps (stuttering) issue?