What tweaks do you have to do to get it it said it loaded but it didn’t show up4:4:4 12-bit would be impossible at 4K60 since it would exceed the 18Gbps limit of HDMI 2.0. 4K60 4:2:2 12-bit is the highest signal possible at 4K60.
Post a screenshot from the gui that shows the input and output resolution.What tweaks do you have to do to get it it said it loaded but it didn’t show up
It’s just custom 1 no lldv I don’t know if it’s working
I have another question if I put linker in sink mode and my tv supports Dolby Vision, does that mean the Dolby Vision signal is the one that will get pushed through?Post a screenshot from the gui that shows the input and output resolution.
This will show what is happening and if any changes need to be made.
Do I have to turn off custom hdr to sink4:4:4 12-bit would be impossible at 4K60 since it would exceed the 18Gbps limit of HDMI 2.0. 4K60 4:2:2 12-bit is the highest signal possible at 4K60.
Please explain what you are trying to do.Do I have to turn off custom hdr to sink
I tried it with 4:4:4 and 16 bit color 24hz
when this combination works otherwise
I would like to see if my tv can push it but I don’t know as of now because I don’t know if I’m doing something wrong, I also have ignore edid limitations activated
As per pic on page 17 to 19 of the manualSorry for asking something that may already have been answered but I can't seem to find the answer anywhere.
What do I need to do If I want to only do hdcp conversion (2.2 source to 1.4 sink) and leave the signal itself untouched, since it is being output exactly the way I want it to be?
Thanks for the swift reply. So I just tick "HDCP OUTPUT" "1.4", "SCALING MODE" "THRU", and "SINK EDID" and leave the rest of the tabs alone?
Still not certain as to what you are trying to accomplish, nor do I know what brand/model TV you have.Do I have to shut off custom hdr for it to work it gives me pink screen when I add flags 4:4:4 and 16 bit color
You are confusing me with someone else. I NEVER asked anything about Dolby Vision!?Still not certain as to what you are trying to accomplish, nor do I know what brand/model TV you have.
First of all, there are two main Dolby Vision formats:
You should not be trying to change Dolby Vision format to anything else like 4:4:4. It is not going to work.
- TV-led Dolby Vision that is sent from players as RGB 4:4:4 8-bit. This is the original format of Dolby Vision that is sent to all Dolby Vision TVs except Sony.
- Player-led Low Latency Dolby Vision (LLDV) that is sent from players as 4:2:2 12-bit BT2020 to Sony TVs.
Or to try to get players to send 4:4:4 LLDV as they won't do it. Maybe sometime in the HDMI 2.1 future 4:4:4 LLDV will be supported.
I couldn't get TV-led Dolby Vision to my LG B7A which is a Dolby Vision capable OLED.
If there is some other step required, I don't know what it might be.
- I selected Sink as the EDID in the Linker.
- Scaling Mode set to Thru.
- I turned OFF custom HDR.
- The ATV4K brought up the Dolby Vision test. On running the test, colors were pink on the LG as if it does not support Dolby Vision.
I know you can make it 4:4:4 or some displays would support it but my tv is DV compatible I ju need to know how to get it to work with those devices togetherPlease explain what you are trying to do.
As dolby vision cannot be altered.
It has to pass from source direct to display.
If the display does not support dv.
Then you need to send LLDV and use custom metadata to make the display think it is a HDR signal.
Or manually switch your display into HDR mode yourself if possible.
No hdfury can convert DV to HDR.
LLDV to HDR is the only option if the display is not DV compatible.
I’m not trying to convert it to hdr I’m trying to get the signal to pass through both devices sink it to the tv because it literally does a better job of upscaling if it can’t be altered that’s fine can you tell me how to get it to workI know you can make it 4:4:4 or some displays would support it but my tv is DV compatible I ju need to know how to get it to work with those devices together
Even with no alterations it doesn’t work
Yeah but it comes out as regular hdr not Dolby Vision
I tried using Sink, but was not able to get a picture on my LG B7A OLED. The LG displays a purple/pink screen that is typically seen when the TV does not support Dolby Vision. Even the Apple TV Dolby Vision test results in a purple-pink screen. The LG does not report receiving Dolby Vision so it may not be switching to Dolby Vision picture mode and there is no way to manually do so.