Yes, I've gotten Dolby Vision from both Netflix and Prime Video from the beginning (i.e., three weeks of usage) on my CCGTV. Although, curiously, I noticed last night that Netflix had lost DV. But a reboot restored it. In retrospect, it was probably just an app issue and I could have just exited Netflix and relaunched it for a resolution.Just noticed today that Dolby Vision is available on Jack Ryan in Prime Video. Disney+ still missing DV.
I noticed changes in the Display and Sound settings menu. Now, Enable Game Mode is enabled by default, there's a new Surround Sound toggle, and you can't see what Automatic for sound settings is actually detecting and enabling. That's annoying, so I just used the Manual option and selected all 3 DD options.Another Incremental Update:
Google is currently rolling out an "incremental update" to Chromecast with Google TV, version 200918.015 which has no changelog at this time.9to5google.com
The download is about 85 megs, and I've found no changes in the overall system.
Yes, you can add AVR and TV to the list of devices, then independently assign control to Volume, power and input switch remote buttons to control different devices. Or you can let HDMI CEC to take care it automatically.I've got one of these on the way. Will plug it into my Yamaha RX-V781 receiver. Can the remote can be programmed to control the volume of the receiver but allow the power of the receiver and my Vizio TV to be toggled independently of one another or will I need a second universal remote to toggle power on the receiver and TV independently?