Discussion in 'HDD Media player(RTD 1295)' started by looun, Nov 14, 2017.
anche con 4k 24hz
English please...others need to be able to understand too. If you set as I said (10bit and color space Auto) the output should be 4:4:4 and with 24p content you shouldn't have problems. Why do you need the 4:2:2 color subsampling?
as i told you epson does not accept4k 10 bit 444 signals only 422 10 -12 bit
Sorry, I forgot! I'm not used to limited 10,2gbps HDMI anymore. I'm afraid you have to use 8 bit then...
with uhd bluray movies not good i need 422 10 bit or 12 bit
Unfortunately, although I understand what you mean (and need), I'm afraid this is more a limitation of your projector, than a real Zidoo issue. If the Realtek SoC can take care of 10 bit 422 subsampling with 4K, maybe the Zidoo team could correct this in a next firmware, otherwise there's no chance.
With Samsung Ultra HD Blu-ay players, for example, you would have the exact same problem, because at 10 bit the output is only 444. Maybe the Oppo 203 (quite expensive) can handle 10 bit 422, but I'm not sure.
Epson should use 18 gbps HDMI 2.0, this is the real issue!!
avversario e samsung uhd bluray player vanno bene 422
oppo and samsung uhd bluray player go well 422
Ok! For Samsung there must have been an upgrade then, because at the beginning it was only 10 bit 444. For Oppo I wasn't sure, as my tests where always 444
i'm sure i will go out in 422 12 bits i saw with my eyes
the failax user should know how to set zidoo he has epson tw7300 video projector
I put deep color and color space to auto and color mode in Epson to "cinema".
from the epson memu episodes what tells you that the signal engages? Tanks
Try to write me in italian in Private message, i don't understand you.
I tried the latest FW 1.4.20 on X8 and there's still the same issue....
So is the 1..4.6 firmware with 10bt and color space to auto still best in case of picture quality?
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