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Intel Kaby Lake Hardware
(2017-03-27, 21:17)wesk05 Wrote: Cyberlink has this for Ultra HD Blu-ray playback requirements:
Quote:Ultra HD Blu-ray playback requires Intel® 7th Generation Core™ i5/i7 processors (selected models: KabyLake-S & KabyLake-H), Intel® HD Graphics 630 chipsets, as well as HDR, HDCP 2.2 and HDMI2.0a compatible motherboards and displays, which are expected to ship in early 2017.
https://www.cyberlink.com/eng/press_room/view_4125.html

Beebox S-7200U has HD Graphics 620. Not sure whether that has anything to do with the APAVP test to fail.

@etc6849: Do you have a CPU with HD Graphics 630 on your ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming- ITX/AC board?

Unrelated: HDR still doesn't work in Kodi on Windows 10 Creators Update. My system was updated a few days ago. I only have a GTX 1060 card. May be it is different on a system with Intel HD Graphics. I actually can't find anything related to HDR or wide color gamut anywhere in Windows/nVIDIA settings.

Is HDR doomed on Intel Kaby lake HW with Windows?
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(2017-03-27, 22:21)movie78 Wrote: Is HDR doomed on Intel Kaby lake HW with Windows?
No, it is not. Apparently, it works with PowerDVD 17.0.
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Hi

Can Intel KL GPUs do HDR and HEVC under Linux?

Is the Gigabyte Brix GB-BKi7HA-7500 fast enough for 4k and HEVC inc. HDR or should I wait for the Intel Core i7-7567U with Iris GPU?

thx
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(2017-03-28, 17:27)wesk05 Wrote:
(2017-03-27, 22:21)movie78 Wrote: Is HDR doomed on Intel Kaby lake HW with Windows?
No, it is not. Apparently, it works with PowerDVD 17.0.
With what hardware will the HDR sign popup using PowerDVD 17?
Kodi 19.1 Android/Google(TV) [ Shield TV Pro [64b] / Mi Box S [32b] / Mi Projector / Fire 4k TV stick / CC with Google TV ]
Kodi 19 [3D MVC build] Shuttle DH270 [Kaby Lake i3-7300/HD630 graphics - W10-1903]
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(2017-03-28, 21:26)p750mmx Wrote:
(2017-03-28, 17:27)wesk05 Wrote:
(2017-03-27, 22:21)movie78 Wrote: Is HDR doomed on Intel Kaby lake HW with Windows?
No, it is not. Apparently, it works with PowerDVD 17.0.
With what hardware will the HDR sign popup using PowerDVD 17?

Delete!!!Blush
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Yes, out of luck unfortunately if you want to play 4k uhd br or Netflix 4k.

(2017-03-27, 15:19)noggin Wrote: Wow - didn't know about the SGX limitation. Even if you use a GPU card that supports HDMI 2.0/HEVC 10 bit etc., if your CPU isn't Skylake (or Kabylake?) and your motherboard/BIOS doesn't support SGX then you're stuffed? (AIUI SGX allows memory to be protected so other processes can't read it - increasing security yet further?)
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(2017-03-29, 14:08)etc6849 Wrote:
(2017-03-27, 15:19)noggin Wrote: Wow - didn't know about the SGX limitation. Even if you use a GPU card that supports HDMI 2.0/HEVC 10 bit etc., if your CPU isn't Skylake (or Kabylake?) and your motherboard/BIOS doesn't support SGX then you're stuffed? (AIUI SGX allows memory to be protected so other processes can't read it - increasing security yet further?)
Yes, out of luck unfortunately if you want to play 4k uhd br or Netflix 4k.
I have the option available in the BIOS, but wasn't activated before yesterday. Despite that, Netflix was already running in 4k by using Edge or the store app before the activation of SGX? Maybe the restriction is for UHD BR only?
Kodi 19.1 Android/Google(TV) [ Shield TV Pro [64b] / Mi Box S [32b] / Mi Projector / Fire 4k TV stick / CC with Google TV ]
Kodi 19 [3D MVC build] Shuttle DH270 [Kaby Lake i3-7300/HD630 graphics - W10-1903]
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Interesting. How did you verify Netflix was 4k? There is a debug screen when playing video: control+shift+alt+d.

Hopefully they came to their senses, but before 4k was only working via the windows store app.

(2017-03-29, 14:20)p750mmx Wrote:
(2017-03-29, 14:08)etc6849 Wrote:
(2017-03-27, 15:19)noggin Wrote: Wow - didn't know about the SGX limitation. Even if you use a GPU card that supports HDMI 2.0/HEVC 10 bit etc., if your CPU isn't Skylake (or Kabylake?) and your motherboard/BIOS doesn't support SGX then you're stuffed? (AIUI SGX allows memory to be protected so other processes can't read it - increasing security yet further?)
Yes, out of luck unfortunately if you want to play 4k uhd br or Netflix 4k.
I have the option available in the BIOS, but wasn't activated before yesterday. Despite that, Netflix was already running in 4k by using Edge or the store app before the activation of SGX? Maybe the restriction is for UHD BR only?
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Yes. No other graphics will pass the cyberlink advisor tool afaik.

(2017-03-27, 21:17)wesk05 Wrote: @etc6849: Do you have a CPU with HD Graphics 630 on your ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming- ITX/AC board?

Unrelated: HDR still doesn't work in Kodi on Windows 10 Creators Update. My system was updated a few days ago. I only have a GTX 1060 card. May be it is different on a system with Intel HD Graphics. I actually can't find anything related to HDR or wide color gamut anywhere in Windows/nVIDIA settings.
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(2017-03-29, 14:35)etc6849 Wrote: Interesting. How did you verify Netflix was 4k? There is a debug screen when playing video: control+shift+alt+d.

Hopefully they came to their senses, but before 4k was only working via the windows store app.
Netflix in 4k by using Edge is quite some time available (google), but restriction is Kaby Lake and Windows 10. I think the 4k support when using the app was even a bit later then when using Edge. I verified it several times when it came up in a discussion.
Kodi 19.1 Android/Google(TV) [ Shield TV Pro [64b] / Mi Box S [32b] / Mi Projector / Fire 4k TV stick / CC with Google TV ]
Kodi 19 [3D MVC build] Shuttle DH270 [Kaby Lake i3-7300/HD630 graphics - W10-1903]
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(2017-03-27, 15:19)noggin Wrote: Wow - didn't know about the SGX limitation. Even if you use a GPU card that supports HDMI 2.0/HEVC 10 bit etc., if your CPU isn't Skylake (or Kabylake?) and your motherboard/BIOS doesn't support SGX then you're stuffed? (AIUI SGX allows memory to be protected so other processes can't read it - increasing security yet further?)

Actually - looks like I <may> be in luck. I've got a Skylake CPU - just need to check my BIOS supports SGX and it is enabled? I think it is recent enough that it should be a version with SGX.
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(2017-03-29, 15:57)noggin Wrote:
(2017-03-27, 15:19)noggin Wrote: Wow - didn't know about the SGX limitation. Even if you use a GPU card that supports HDMI 2.0/HEVC 10 bit etc., if your CPU isn't Skylake (or Kabylake?) and your motherboard/BIOS doesn't support SGX then you're stuffed? (AIUI SGX allows memory to be protected so other processes can't read it - increasing security yet further?)

Actually - looks like I <may> be in luck. I've got a Skylake CPU - just need to check my BIOS supports SGX and it is enabled? I think it is recent enough that it should be a version with SGX.
SkyLake for 4k Netflix? 4K content from Netflix is now available exclusively for compatible PCs and 2-in-1 devices with Windows 10**

**To run Netflix in 4K on a PC device, it must have a 4K-capable screen and use a 7th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor.
Kodi 19.1 Android/Google(TV) [ Shield TV Pro [64b] / Mi Box S [32b] / Mi Projector / Fire 4k TV stick / CC with Google TV ]
Kodi 19 [3D MVC build] Shuttle DH270 [Kaby Lake i3-7300/HD630 graphics - W10-1903]
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(2017-03-29, 22:48)p750mmx Wrote:
(2017-03-29, 15:57)noggin Wrote:
(2017-03-27, 15:19)noggin Wrote: Wow - didn't know about the SGX limitation. Even if you use a GPU card that supports HDMI 2.0/HEVC 10 bit etc., if your CPU isn't Skylake (or Kabylake?) and your motherboard/BIOS doesn't support SGX then you're stuffed? (AIUI SGX allows memory to be protected so other processes can't read it - increasing security yet further?)

Actually - looks like I <may> be in luck. I've got a Skylake CPU - just need to check my BIOS supports SGX and it is enabled? I think it is recent enough that it should be a version with SGX.
SkyLake for 4k Netflix? 4K content from Netflix is now available exclusively for compatible PCs and 2-in-1 devices with Windows 10**

**To run Netflix in 4K on a PC device, it must have a 4K-capable screen and use a 7th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor.

I wasn't actually talking about Netflix - was more looking at UHD Blu-ray. Though I suspect that may also be 7th Gen only then...
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Please help out if you can with MVC playback issue on Kaby Lake HDMI 2.0
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(2017-03-30, 01:25)noggin Wrote:
(2017-03-29, 22:48)p750mmx Wrote:
(2017-03-29, 15:57)noggin Wrote: Actually - looks like I <may> be in luck. I've got a Skylake CPU - just need to check my BIOS supports SGX and it is enabled? I think it is recent enough that it should be a version with SGX.
SkyLake for 4k Netflix? 4K content from Netflix is now available exclusively for compatible PCs and 2-in-1 devices with Windows 10**

**To run Netflix in 4K on a PC device, it must have a 4K-capable screen and use a 7th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor.

I wasn't actually talking about Netflix - was more looking at UHD Blu-ray. Though I suspect that may also be 7th Gen only then...

skylake won't do uhd blu rays.
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