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You would only ever use 24Hz for two things:



1. to match the frame rate of a 24fps video



2. to reduce the bandwidth used so that you can use higher resolutions and color depth / chroma, etc.

My understanding is that I can get the correct color depth (correct being what he content is encoded at) while using 60Hz, for SDR and HDR content, right? I know what you’re saying, and if I drop down the refresh rate I can have the device output 4:4:4 for SDR, but if it wasn’t encoded that way, I’d rather let my TV upsample to that Chroma.
 

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I personally would stick with 60Hz because, if you watch something that's encoded at 30fps, then it won't be a judder fest.

Also if you manage to find something that's in 25fps, then there should be less noticeable judder at 60Hz than 24Hz.
 

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Anyone else having trouble getting their m series to work with the onkyo tx-sr373... can’t get 4:4:4 chroma to work with hdr.... only 4:2:0. My sr353 works just fine with my m75-e1 upstairs but for some reason I can’t get the 373 to work

Read on rtings they 4:4:4 chroma only works in computer picture mode on my Vizio M70-D3. Tried that and it still didn’t fix the issue. Basically, when I set the subsampling to 4:4:4 on my onkyo, hdr stops working for the devices hooked up to my receiver (roku ultra and 4K Blu-ray player). If I turn off the audio portion of the arc by setting the hdmi to thru instead of amp it works though (but I lose sound). If I set it to 4:2:0, hdr works also.

This person seems to have enountered the same problem with the p-series, this receiver, and his Xbox one x, so it’s not just me.

http://forums.onkyousa.com/viewtopic.php?p=40507&sid=4cd9035e0965b0f3677b2a262ff7e2cf

Not sure what to do. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Could someone kindly give the full res image for this test ? Photobucket is only allowing a webp format thumbnail download.


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Quick-and-Dirty Method (a.k.a., Red-Magenta Method): Open the image found here: link. Make sure you’re at 100% zoom, and pay special attention to the Red and Magenta columns. On a 4:4:4 TV, the “Red” and “Magenta” text will be nice and sharp just like the text in the other columns. On a non-4:4:4 TV, the “Red” and “Magenta” text will be noticeably fuzzy, but the text in the other columns will be nice and sharp.
 

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The first post never got updated with the much simpler-to-use madVR test pattern:

https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1640299#post1640299

https://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php?p=1673852&postcount=25082


Could someone kindly give the full res image for this test ? Photobucket is only allowing a webp format thumbnail download.
Here:

https://web.archive.org/web/20200217180211if_/https://a.uguu.se/aLxbwpyaJqzT_tint-blue-rgb-1080p.png

https://archive.is/cISxs/e48391b882f02cd43c96b308354908f66a2b6783.png


I've also attached it to this post.
 

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