Since no one has access to one, or at least a production model, it will be weeks, if not months, before we see any reports about whether the tone mapping is any good.I would get some feedback from JVC owners on the quality of the tone mapping with that projector. I think all JVC projectors may have issues with tone mapping with the correct hues (mostly bright and saturated colors). Some also produce a dim image. There must be some out there who can tell you if madVR's tone mapping is superior.
Simply buying a GTX 1060 or better could cover you either way, anyways.
I am using it, just not sure what it should look like. On some it has Format profile : Base Media / Version 2, but on others it's different.
I have not seen VP9 or 4cc mentioned anywhere in any of these 50/60 fps samples.if VP9 is using 10 bit it is profile 2 or higher and youtube HDR is as far as i know always profile 2.
this information is usually part of the video info and or codec ID.
an information string like this: Video: VP90 1280x720 29.97fps [V: English [eng] (vp9 profile 0, yuv420p, 1280x720) [default]] isn't unusual.
the 4cc is VP90 which means VP9 profile 0
It said as a note on the page, can't find anything inside the file.you linked The World in HDR sample from kodi samples. that file is VP9 profile2.
Video: HVC1 3840x2160 59.94fps [V: hevc main 10 L5.1, yuv420p10le, 3840x2160 [default]]media info has way to much informations for user that doesn't know all this stuff just play the file in MPC-HC go to file properties and read the line the bottom box..
So the 1050ti and lower + 1080ti can decode vp9 profile 2, but not 1060gtx?vp9 profile2 can be decoded by pascal 1050ti or weaker and the 1080 ti and the turing cards should all be able to do VP9 profile 2.
in older lavfilter version VP9 isn't used by default for hardware decoding it is still a relative new. if i remember correctly the lastest stable version has it on by default.
in theory your GPU should be able to decode this type of file.Video: HVC1 3840x2160 59.94fps [V: hevc main 10 L5.1, yuv420p10le, 3840x2160 [default]]
yes they can decode profile 0 and profile 2 not profile 1 and 3 and the 1060, 1070, 1070 ti, 1080 can't because they have an older hardware decoder. there are resolution limitation too.So the 1050ti and lower + 1080ti can decode vp9 profile 2, but not 1060gtx?
According to this list the 1060 GTX and a few others can only do 8 bit VP9, not 10 and 12: https://developer.nvidia.com/video-encode-decode-gpu-support-matrixyoutube has a lot of version for every video ther eis no clear answer. mp4 and mkv are just container youtube usually uses flv mp4 and webm which is usually VP9 but could be AV1 too. and i'm talking about native none remuxxed versions.
in theory your GPU should be able to decode this type of file.
yes they can decode profile 0 and profile 2 not profile 1 and 3 and the 1060, 1070, 1070 ti, 1080 can't because they have an older hardware decoder. there are resolution limitation too.
Did some more tests:vp9 profile2 is 10 bit 4:2:0