Yeah, stripping HDR metadata is a little weird, but it works well for this PJ.Ix, got everything up and going with HD Fury. Downloaded the app and set the Integral to 11 like you suggested (first I went back to the Oppo and turned off the HDR stripping). That app is pretty sweet. There's a bunch of settings on there that I didn't understand but I was able to change the Gamma at will even while sending 4K, so it looks like it's working. I set it to Gamma A and started tweaking the settings. I have the lamp on low and its still really bright on my 1.3 gain screen. Had to turn the brightness way down. I gotta say, I got it looking pretty nice. This thing is probably awesome if professionally calibrated.
Quick question: is the integral also a splitter? I'm assuming the answer is yes but not sure how I'd pass audio to my AV receiver if I hook my Nvidia Shield to this thing.
Thanks for your help!
As Mike says above, you can't split the audio off like you are thinking. I'm assuming you have a non-HDCP 2.2 AVR. I don't know of an easy way to hook two or more HDCP 2.2 devices up like that and still route audio to a non HDCP AVR. At least none that would be less complicated or cheaper than just getting a new AVR.
I don't believe a source device plugged in to the Oppo's HDMI input will also send audio out of the Oppo's audio-only HDMI output but you could always try.