No, unfortunately. This has been an issue which was raised years ago, but was never 'fixed' by Yamaha.Hello all.
Is it possible to save scenes with different dolby upmixer settings?
Like scene 1 with center spread on for music and scene 2 center spread off for movies?
I tried but it did not work as I wanted.
As shown on page 82 of the manual, the choices in the Surround Decoder menu are:No, unfortunately. This has been an issue which was raised years ago, but was never 'fixed' by Yamaha.
Also can't save your preferred choice of UpMixer (Dolby Surround or Neural:X), as all are just saved under the 'Surround Decoder' master menu.
The bitrate doesn't matter as that is the compressed video bitrate. The video decoder takes the compressed video bitstream and decompresses it. The graphics card takes that decompressed video and sends it over HDMI. That's why HDMI has bandwidth in Gbps (<10 for HDMI 1.4b, 18 for HDMI 2.0 and up to 48 Gbps for HDMI 2.1) as the video it carries is uncompressed.My HTPC is a:
- motherboard Asus ROG Strix Z490-I Gaming with Intel SGX support
- cpu Intel Core i7 10700K
- there is no GPU
Windows 10 is up to date, PowerDVD 20 is up to date, drivers for integrated intel GPU are up to date, motherboard bios is up to date, Yamaha has up to date firmware, LG OLED CX is up to date.
1) Nomal blueray movies (not 4K) are working fine, there are no sound cut outs
2) 4K blueray movies are working fine when HTPC sends signal to tv (LG OLED C9) and then via ARC the audio is sent back to recevier, then there are no sound cut outs
3) The problem occurs when HTPC is connected to the recevier and then the yamaha is sending video back to TV via HDMI OUT
4) The problem only occurs when video bitrate goes well above 60 mbps for few seconds, then the sound is cut out
I don't understand why you say video bitrate does not matter? All data is sent via HDMI cable from HTPC to the receiver (video plus audio) and this amount is variable. Then receiver needs to split this data - video is sent further to TV and audio is processed and played. So the receiver has lots of work to do and in terms of bandwidth it really matters because at the same time new data is pushed by the HTPC and at the same time receiver needs to send back some data to TV and decode audio.
One additional remark, my setup is 5.1.4 physically connected speakers to the receiver.