If it looks good to you, that’s what matters. Personally I have mine set to 4K HDR with match frame rate and range turned on. I can live with the extra handshaking and it gives a great picture.
I tried that and the handshaking was killing me. The home screen/ATV interface would be one thing, then the movie menu another then when I would click play it would go from my HDR mode, to my SDR mode, back to my HDR mode, iris cranking back and forth. The last time the iris made a grinding sound I hadn’t heard before. No thanks.
Plus, when I enabled 4:2:2 I got a pop up saying my home ISP wasn’t fast enough. So when I set the HDR to source turns out the ATV was downloading 4k SDR content. My home ISP does stink but we have no other options so I primarily buy disks anyways, but there are some movies I’m just kinda curious about (Justice League) but don’t really want to drop $30 on the disc, so I buy the digital code from the classified forums here and stream those.
So with the ATV upconverting the picture to 4k/HDR/60 it’s watchable, actually surprisingly good and my iris doesn’t get a workout. JL was decent from a visual standpoint, at least as good as a BR, lasers and colors had lots of pop even if they are upconverted. When I REALLY want to watch something I’ll pop in a disc.
I have a proper 7.4.2 Atmos/ceiling setup anyways, so anything less than a disc is a compromise anyways, so I’m buying physical media for a while. Justice League from iTunes is 5.1 only, pitiful compared to a true Atmos soundtrack. If Apple turns on Atmos then I may consider more streaming options.
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