I set the Nvidia to output 4K @ 23.976hz with match color space set to on and I get 4:2:2 12-bit video on the Epson.@Alex solomon : Are you able to get 24hz/30hz 4:2:2 12-bit from any of the streaming apps on these devices? I have tried an Xbox One S and a FireStick 4k and am only able to get that from Plex on XBox One S. However, Plex seems to have reliability / buffering problems on XBox One .
For the FireStick 4k, I am able to get:
In particular, I want to know if the NVidia Shield would do any better in terms of the goal of getting 24hz/30hz 4:2:2 12-bit video, and if it's worth the extra $$ over the Fire Stick.
- Netflix: 4K 60hz 4:2:0 8-bit (presumably Netflix only streams at 60 hz so this is prob the best possible)
- Amazon Prime Video: 4K 24hz 4:4:4 8-bit
- Plex: 4K 24hz 4:4:4 8-bit (no 12-bit)
- Kodi: 4k 24hz 8-bit
For me, the AI upscaling on Shield 2019 Pro is worth upgrading from Nvidia 2017 (which I still have) let alone the FireTV since I have a vast library of 720p and 1080p movies. I don't use the FireTV with the EPSON projector anymore. It has been moved to the bedroom and mated with Sony 900E HDR TV.