porosenok85 @ 17.01.2019, 05:28
So with HDR, yes or no? According to the documentation youtube 4k 60fps does not support?
The box to the TV Hitachi 43HL15W64 in two places is a sign of HDR:
The box to the X-Box One X is also a sign of HDR:
They differ from each other in Drew that the TV under the inscription there is a color scale and two circles on the left. Does it matter to you which option HDR realized I do not know.
User Capped to the TV I mention about HDR found:
A game console shows that 10 bit HDR TV does not support any movies or games:
In the TV image in the settings there is an item "Mode" and select "Dynamic Contrast". The default mode is set to "Normal", and dynamic contrast is set to "Low":
You can change the mode to "Auto" or "Dynamic". If I understand correctly, the setting "Dynamic" mode includes HDR mode, but the HDR is not full 10 bit, and 8 bit + FRC. What is to be expected for a TV in this price category.
8 bit + FRC means that the matrix may actually TV display image with a color depth only 8 bit, but in the television FRC technology is applied, which makes the image visually comparable (as stated by the manufacturer) with television having a matrix capable of displaying color depth of 10 bit. That is, if this television receives a 10-bit content, it will be used FRC technology that will display a better image than a simple 8 bit, but still it will be worse than if the matrix could display the full 10 bits.
As I understand it, there is an improved technology A-FRC, but what kind of (FRC or A-FRC) used in this TV is not clear.
In relation to a game console X-Box One X, I understand that it is in conjunction with the TV on its input will not even attempt to submit a 10-bit content (what it is and tells the user - see the screenshot above.), Respectively, the benefit of HDR 8-bit + FRC to be no games (ie all the same, what to buy 4K TV entirely without HDR). But, as I have noted inpreceding his post
In this price range TV with full 10-bit matrix I have not found. By the way, even 4K images may not support all of the game, to say nothing about HDR. In other words, buy a X-Box One X TV, full HDR been supporting 10-bit, does not mean that you are guaranteed to get a cool image. Because you need to own the game was able to display graphics mode 4K HDR 10-bit. For this reason, I do not bother at this and bought the TV.
But with respect to another 10-bit content use should be, but subject to the inclusion of "dynamic" mode in the settings. I do not know much about on YouTube, but I believe this is just the case. If I'm wrong, please correct it. Or tell me how to check.
TV supports 4K 60fps for HDMI, USB and DVB-T2 / S2 (see. Screenshot above), why did you decide that this YouTube redim not possible? I think if YouTube can provide content such as the television and it will play.
I was also confused by the lack of mention of the support of the HDR in the user manual.Post has been editedRiddler-nn - 17.01.19, 12:03