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sunnyfunny Offline
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(2017-06-22 15:06)dogzipp Wrote:  The latest NUCs on Libreelec 8.x are also unable to playback the latest 4K remuxes. (even using piotrasd or Millhouse builds) There is horrible color banding going around, altough they play perfectly on Windows BTW.

Updating to the Millhouse 9.0 builds fixes the bading problem, but you're stuck with Kodi Leia which is an alpha, and has compatibility problems with many addons.

you want to play HDR files with a software that does not support HDR. That is the problem Big Grin

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(2017-06-22 20:30)sunnyfunny Wrote:  you want to play HDR files with a software that does not support HDR. That is the problem Big Grin

I guess you're referring to Kodi? Works perfectly fine playing on Windows... and AFAIK is the same non-supporting-HDR kodi Big Grin
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And now we are back again ...

Decoding HDR no problem
Displaying HDR properly with metadata problem on all kodis.

So - if you are happy with what you call HDR - don't read the above lines and stay happy.

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(2017-06-23 09:35)fritsch Wrote:  And now we are back again ...

Decoding HDR no problem
Displaying HDR properly with metadata problem on all kodis.

So - if you are happy with what you call HDR - don't read the above lines and stay happy.

All the HDR content he's probably playing was improperly captured/fake reencodes anyway.
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